Early Buzz: PJ Harvey, ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ more

Hello there, friends! This week is winding down, but we still have lots to discuss. In case you missed it, check out my list of my 25 favorite TV shows from the last 25 years. It has generated lots of discussion (and a couple really weak insults)!

Your headlines:.

– Yay, Rectifyhas been renewed for a second season.

– Adult Swim will start airing Bob’s Burgers reruns this summer.

– Spin posts the oral history of PJ Harvey’s Rid of Me.

– Former Kris Kross member Chris Kellyhas died. He was 34.

– CNN has renewedAnthony Bourdain’s show.

– Keith Richards says he doesn’t have an iPod.

– Hundreds of Warner Bros. Films disappeared from Netflix this week.

– Busy Philipps and Natasha Leggerowill guest star on Arrested Development.

– The New Yorker has reposted its Arrested Development reunion panel from 2011.

– Iggy Poptalks to NPR.

– Haha, I agree that Martha on The Americans is TV’s saddest character.

– Larry David is being criticized for his op-ed piece about the Boston bombings.

– “MCA Day” returns to Brooklyn this weekend.

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– HBO has renewed Veep.

– See some new Wolverine footage.

– New Girl’s Max Greenfield will appear in the Veronica Mars movie.

– John Oliver starts his Daily Show hosting gig June 10.

– Paul Rudd and Jake Gyllenhaal are a couple of actors who were considered for the original Hangover movie.

– We chat with the author of a new book about The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

– Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender will star in a big-screen adaptation of Macbeth.

– USA TODAY launched a Broadway/Tonys app.

– “Axl Rose wants to purchase a tiger.”.

– J.J. Abrams will receive a special Emmy award this year.

– Hey, it’s a mini-Full House reunion.

– Check out these pop culture-inspired homes. (Thanks, Sammy.).

– “Twenty Photos of Comedians Posing with Baguettes.”.

– Scooby-Doo made a Twin Peaks reference?!

– What would a Lego Breaking Bad video game look like?

– And what if PBS icons like Bob Ross and Mister Rogerswere superheroes?