Netflix is nothing if not ambitious. The streaming programming provider has announced new plans to launch a four-year-long production with the conservation organization WWF and the filmmakers behind nature documentaries including Planet Earth, Frozen Planet and Blue Planet, as well as several Dinseynature movies. According to Deadline, Netflix’s Our Planet “will take viewers into never-before-filmed wilderness areas from the ice caps and deep ocean to deserts and remote forests.” Because of the scope of the project, Our Planet won’t actually be available on Netflix until 2019, so you’ll have plenty of time to catch up on some other shows in the meantime ... Discuss

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Late night host Conan O’Brien is not one to take personal challenges to his physical strength lying down. To celebrate the five year anniversary of her “Let’s Move” fitness initiative, First Lady Michelle Obama challenged Conan to take part in her #GimmeFive campaign. Noting how weak his arms were looking, Mrs. Obama challenged the host to do five chin-ups and then pass challenge to someone else. Thankfully, Kevin Hart was able to help Conan out in the gym ... Discuss

The Bluths are coming back once again. In an interview on Bill Simmons’ podcast today, Arrested Development producer Brian Grazer announced, “We’re going to do another 17 episodes. So, stay tuned for Arrested Development.” Though he didn’t reveal any details about what was in store for the Netflix series, Grazer seemed pretty assured that the fresh batch of episodes was a done deal, even though he admitted the show isn’t hugely profitable. But remember, there’s always money in the banana stand ... Discuss

This weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live appeared to take aim at Scientology with a parody music video promoting the satirical religion “Neurotology.” The bit comes on the heels of HBO’s explosive investigative documentary Going Clear, which examines accusations of abuse, harassment, potential blackmail, unfair labor practices and even torture within Scientology ... Discuss

The Muppets may soon be returning to TV. According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, ABC has teamed with Big Bang Theory co-creator Bill Prady for a new primetime variety show, that would be similar to The Muppet Show of the late ‘70s. THR says that if a proof-of-concept presentation with advertisers receives strong feedback next month, the series could be quickly greenlit. As with many Muppets projects, the new concept involves celebrity cameos and a healthy dose of self-aware satire: The presentation in May will show Kermit and the cast meeting at the ABC studios discussing the relational conflicts standing in the way of the reboot. Never change, Muppets ... Discuss