Will Ferrell as his "Anchorman” character. (Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

Usher was in court Monday to testify in the custody trial brought by his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his two children, Tameka Foster. While on the stand, the Grammy winner dabbed his eyes with a tissue as Foster’s lawyer claimed he cares more about partying than fathering. More sad details at the links. (Gossip Cop; USA Today)

HBO is developing a half-hour comedy series to be written and produced by Charlie Kaufman, and that will star Catherine Keener. Yes, I’m already obsessed with this idea. Kaufman and Keener have worked together on “Being John Malkovich” and “Synecdoche, New York.” (Collider)

Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock will star in a buddy cop movie directed by “Bridesmaids” helmer Paul Feig and written by Katie Dippold of “Parks and Recreation.” Yes, I’m already obsessed with this idea, too. (Deadline)

Kristen Wiig ’s final “Saturday Night Live” after-party looked like a great time. (Us Weekly)

So was the “SNL” finale really Jason Sudeikis’s and Andy Samberg’s last show as well? Quoth Lorne Michaels: “What? No. Who said that? No. In no way. Absolutely not. .. No decision will be made on that until July ... I'm not even dealing with that yet.” (Vulture)

Dog the Bounty Hunter” has been canceled by A&E. So who will maintain law and order now? (EW)

“Breaking Bad’s” final season gets a debut date, after the jump.

Breaking Bad” will return for its fifth and final season July 157. Plan accordingly. (TV Column )

Owen Wilson will star in Wes Anderson’s next movie, post-“Moonrise Kingdom,” whatever it may be. (AVClub)

Oscar Nunez from “The Office” will play Casey Anthony’s lawyer in a Lifetime film.(Vulture)

Kel Mitchell from “Kenan and Kel” fame is having an “orange soda party” in Hempsted, N.Y., next week because, apparently, Kel still loves orange soda. His onetime co-star Kenan Thompson is still a cast member on “SNL” and will likely be bringing us more “What Up With That?” next season. (Buzzfeed)

Watch the first trailer for “Hyde Park on Hudson” starring Bill Murray as Frankin Delano Roosevelt.

Bonus Murray! Let the actor show you around the “Moonrise Kingdom” set.