We have some very unfortunate news to report: Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell have canceled their plans to make the Lifetime original movie, A Deadly Adoption. The reason? The surprise was ruined. Ferrell was evidently so disappointed that the news leaked to the Internet yesterday that they pulled the plug on the entire project. In a statement to Entertainment Tonight, Ferrell said, "We are deeply disappointed that our planned top secret project was made public. Kristen and I have decided it is in the best interest for everyone to forego the project entirely, and we thank Lifetime and all the people who were ready to help us make this film." There is still a possibility that you’ll still get to see the gripping drama however. A source told TV Guide that because the movie has already been filmed, Lifetime could just decide to go against Ferrell’s wishes and release it anyway. Oh, the drama ... Discuss

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We all have bad days at work from time to time. Some of us accidently hit “reply all” on that email only one person was supposed to see; some of us accidently delete that important file; some of us accidentally drop the water cooler; some of us, who just happen to be models on the long-running gameshow The Price Is Right, inadvertently reveal the correct answer to a game, resulting in a contestant winning a free car. It can happen to anybody ... Discuss

Netflix may be rebooting everyone’s favorite TGIF show. Sources from the streaming network told TVLine.com that they are developing a sequel to the popular ‘90s sitcom. According to the site, Fuller House would be “a 13-episode multi-cam continuation of Full House to star Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. and Andrea Barber as her BFF Kimmy. Fellow Full House vets John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier are being eyed to make guest appearances, with Stamos having a producer role, as well.” To the cast of Full House: Make this happen. Remember, when you’re lost out there and you’re all alone, a light is waiting to carry you home ... Discuss

Mr. Show fans rejoice! Bob Odenkirk and David Cross (better known to their recent fans as Saul Goodman and Tobias Funke) are working on a sketch comedy series for Netflix. The duo behind HBO’s mid-‘90s cult classic series Mr. Show with Bob and David are creating four episodes of a new show simply called With Bob and David as well as some sort of documentary about the making of the series. No premiere date has been set at this point. Even their series description in Variety is pure gold: “In With Bob and David—after the pair have been dishonorably discharged from the Navy SEALs—Bob and David are back serving the U.S. in the way they do best: making sketch comedy” ... Discuss

After eight years away from The Price Is Right, legendary game show host Bob Barker made a triumphant and glorious return to TV yesterday. As part of an April Fool’s Day bit, the 91-year-old took the stage during the first segment and showed why he is an entertainment icon. As good as Drew Carey is on The Price Is Right, there is only one Bob Barker ... Discuss