'Mad Men' contract drama returns, 'Good Guys' not coming back

mad-men-contracts.jpgThe most snack-sized TV news of the day -- and a creepy video:

Not this again. The multi-party renewal negotiations between AMC, Lionsgate TV and "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner will likely keep us waiting for word on Season 5 for a bit longer. And while return for one of TV's most acclaimed series is more or less inevitable, the options on the cast's options are also set to expire. Which means Lionsgate will likely have to book its whole cast before it even knows if it still has a show. [ Deadline]

Neil Patrick Harris is feeling a little remorseful about his tweets against former "How I Met Your Mother" guest Eric Braden. "Now I feel bad for the D-bag comment," Harris says. "Don't know the guy personally. I'm just fiercely protective of our show. [ Twitter]

FOX doesn't like to say "canceled" much these days -- just look at the absentee "Running Wilde" -- but it's also not keeping everyone around. The network has reportedly chosen not to renew "The Good Guys" for any more episodes. [ TV by the Numbers]

TLC's latest obsessive docu-series is on its away. "My Strange Addiction" has an official trailer, and among the bizarre compulsions the show plans to tackle, there's toilet paper-eating, sleeping with a blow-dryer and carrying cars around, Fred Flintstone-style. [below, via YouTube]

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