NBC has released this trailer for the upcoming (and final) season of Parks and Rec, which evidently, takes place in the year 2017—and a lot has changed. Along with technology like transparent tablets and drones, Pawnee appears to be a different place than we remember: Andy is a TV star; Tom is a business mogul; Gary/ Jerry/Larry now goes by Terry. It’s literally the most exciting thing we’ve seen in some time ... Discuss

This week marks the end of The Colbert Report, and our hearts are heavy. Colbert's winding down his run in top form (just check out this blistering performance he got from Kendrick Lamar on Tuesday) so it's time to turn our attention to his successor, The Daily Show's Larry Wilmore. The show is being called The Nightly Show and we don't know much more than that, but here's the first promo ... Discuss

Saturday Night Live knows that there are a lot of people who only make it to church a couple of times a year, so they made this video, showing what they can expect at “St. Joseph’s Christmas Mass Spectacular.” With appearances by “all of your church favorites,” it’s an event you’re not going to want to miss ... Discuss

The BBC has released another brief teaser for the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas Special, which airs on Christmas day. While you’re watching, just imagine this scene being converted into a thrilling theme park ride ... Discuss

The end is truly nigh. Stephen Colbert, our true American hero, will be closing down his show next week to begin prepping for his big takeover of The Late Show after David Letterman hangs up the jacket in May. It's a great move for Colbert, but it will still be hard to say farewell to the remarkable show he created on Comedy Central. And that remarkable show has one more week of guests, all of whom were just announced today. He'll have Seth Rogen on the 15th; Kendrick Lamar on the 16th; National Book Award winner Phil Klay on the 17th; and on the 18th, his "colleague and lifelong friend" Grimmy (aka, the Grim Reaper) will make an appearance. Keep your eyes peeled for plenty of surprise guests along the way, and get your hankies ready ... Discuss

For the third week in a row, Saturday Night Live has released a sketch online that was "cut for time" from the actual broadcast. And for the third week in a row, the cut sketch was significantly funnier than anything in the actual broadcast. In this case, the sketch in question is note-perfect knockoff of VH1's vapid countdown shows. It's VH1's "100 Greatest Guys" and, as Jezebel points out, the only trouble with it is that it might be a little too close to the real thing ... Discuss