Late night talk shows are about to get pretty interesting. Both Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert have released lists of coming guests for The Tonight Show and The Late Show, and some of the country’s most talked-about presidential candidates will be making appearances. Just days after GOP hopeful Jeb Bush stops by Colbert on Sept. 8 (as previously announced), Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders will be interviewed on The Late Show, showing that even though he’s no longer doing a political show, Colbert can still manage to draw big-name politicians. (Justice Stephen Breyer and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon are also on the lineup.) And, despite generally being known for lighter fare, Jimmy Fallon is also getting in on the political hype. He's announced that on Sept. 11, Donald Trump will be a featured guest. All of this should be extremely fun to watch. Discuss

If there’s anything that will brighten your morning, it’s this clip taken from the Australian Today Show of an unfortunate weatherman awkwardly falling into a pool on live TV. Discuss

Sometimes, the world can be an unfair place: Executives at NBC have officially canned a planned reboot of the sitcom Coach. According to Deadline, “response to the reboot had been mixed, with some sources indicating that it felt dated.” We’re assuming that by “dated,” they mean dated for a future time when comedy has ascended to its pinnacle and people have reached elevated states of intelligence and understanding, and can finally grasp the full genius of Craig T. Nelson, Jerry Van Dyke and Dauber Dybinski. Though there is still a possibility that Netflix or another network may purchase the show—which picks up 18 years after the original went off the air—something tells us that it will be at least another 18 before society is at a place where it can even be appreciated. Farewell, Coach reboot, some things are just too beautiful for this world. Discuss

TV’s favorite Presbyterian minister is headed to Netflix. The streaming site has posted an updated list of content that will be available next month, and along with notable additions like Moonrise Kingdom, The Walking Dead (season 5), Gotham and VeggieTales in the House, the first season of the classic children's series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood will be available watch on demand. Go ahead and plan on binge-watching all of the folksy wisdom and cardigan sweaters you can handle. Discuss

President Obama is having quite the press tour. Just weeks after visiting the garage of WTF podcast host Marc Maron for an extended, casual, one-on-one interview, the POTUS is going to tape an episode of the wilderness reality series Running Wild with Bear Grylls. In each edition of the NBC show, survival expert Bear Grylls takes a celebrity along with him on a dangerous expedition through some remote locale, talking about life, personal struggles and overcoming adversity along the way. The pair will tape the show while President Obama is in Alaska this week, and it will air before the end of the year. Discuss

Cut. It. Out. There are some new faces headed to the daytime talk show, The View. Along with ABC News’ Paula Faris and the return of comedian Joy Behar, Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure is joining the cast of the show, which kicks off next week. Bure—who played D.J. Tanner on the ‘90s sitcom Full House and in the upcoming Netflix reboot—is an outspoken Christian. On her website, she explains, "God has changed me in ways that words can't describe. He has transformed the way I think and live my life. Things that were once important to me are no longer. I can't help but share the Good News with everyone!" Bure has previously been a guest on The View, but will now be featured as a regular co-host. In a statement, she said, “I am thrilled to be joining The View as a regular co-host this fall. I am honored to be a new addition to such a strong group of bright and opinionated women, and I look forward to sharing this exciting journey with viewers new and old.” Discuss