Showing support: As part of the continued partnership between FOX Audience Strategy and the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards, the network has created a public service announcement, "Get With the Program," highlighting the importance of creative education.
The awards, presented by the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, showcase the work of 12 organizations across the country that harness the power of the arts and humanities to engage and educate young people.
Among the FOX talent participating in the PSA are Clovis East grad Chris Colfer along with his "Glee" co-stars Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Darren Criss and Naya Rivera. Others participating include "New Girl's" Lamorne Morris and "The Mindy Project's" Mindy Kaling and Amanda Setton.
Back talk: For 30 years, Johnny Carson ruled the airwaves as the King of Late Night TV. Next summer, Turner Classic Movies will showcase his more memorable interviews on "Carson on TCM." It will kick off as five-interview showcases, then air as single-interview fillers highlighting stars whose films are featured on the network.
Sewn up: The Smithsonian Channel will air "L.A. Frock Stars," a look into the world of high-end vintage fashion. The six-episode unscripted series is set to premiere March 7. It focuses on the doyenne of Hollywood vintage, Doris Raymond, and her Los Angeles store, The Way We Wore.
Raymond and her staff assist a stream of clients from Mel Ottenberg, Rihanna's stylist on the hunt for a Grammy's outfit, to Lou Eyrich, the costume designer of "Glee" in search of fashions for an episode featuring songs from "Phantom of the Opera."