steve-carell-office-exit.JPGHow bout a few TV snacks to go with your morning coffee?

Steve Carell may be leaving “The Office” this season after 7 years as boss, but he may not be going far from NBC. The network just bought his half-hour comedy, tentatively called “The Post-Graduate Years” based on his time as a small-town mail carrier. Carell will write the project and produce it with his “Daily Show” buddy Thom Hinkle. [Deadline]

The rumored Katie Couric “Glee” cameo is now a reality. The CBS News anchor and self-professed Gleek will film a scene with Jane Lynch for the show’s post-Super Bowl episode. [TV Guide]

Fans of “Terriers” rallied to Wednesday’s (Dec. 1) season finale, but will it be enough to keep the show going? Viewership was up by 45 percent overall and 73 percent in adults 18-49 compared to last week’s episode, but the total audience still fell short of a million viewers. [FX]

Rapper Nelly is releasing a new album, and what better way to promote it than a CW stint? Nelly will head to the “90210” zip code early next year when Dixon and Navid get caught up in the video shoot for his new single, “She’s So Fly.” Of course, Nelly is playing himself, though he’s proven on “CSI” that he’s more than capable of holding his own while playing someone else. [Movieline]

wants to be on “Saturday Night Live” – badly. Robert De Niro is hosting this weekend’s show, and Diddy has taken to Twitter to voice his displeasure at not being invited to join the party. “ATTN @NBCSNL! NO DENIRO SKIT YET? WELL ITS LIVE TV SO IM TELLING U IM DOING A SKIT W ROBERT DENIRO. BETTER HAVE A SCRIPT READY FOR ME. LOL,” he tweets. “@nbcsnl U BETTER CALL JUDD APATOW OR JONAH HILL+ASK BOUT MY IMPROV GAME-F*CK A SCRIPT. LETS JUST START WITH THE TOPIC HAIRY NIPPLES. GO. LOL.” We won’t even ask. [Twitter]

Foursquare, the social network in which members check in to various locales, is developing a TV series with production company, Endemol USA. No real details yet as to what the series will be, but it will somehow “meaningfully integrate” Foursquare. [New York Times]
Posted by:Carina MacKenzie