Star Scoop: Read Justin Bieber’s Journal, Californication Gets Cut, Is Parks and Rec Over?


Miss out on Justin Bieber's Music Mondays? Fear not. The Canadian import is giving fans a peak into his Journals. On December 16th, he'll drop a 15-track disc that includes all 10 songs from his weekly campaign and an additional 5 unreleased tracks. The catch: it'll be sold exclusively on iTunes for just two weeks. [The Hollywood Reporter]

After six seasons as one of Showtime's “groundbreaking signature series,” Californication is coming to a close. The dark comedy's approaching seventh season, slated for an April debut, will wrap with what Showtime executive David Nevins coins “a beautiful and satisfying conclusion for new and long-time fans alike.” [Deadline]

Speaking of grand finales, could Parks and Recreation be up next? Show lead Amy Poehler told Paper magazine “I know how this season ends—it could be an ending for the show, or it could be an ending for the season.” [Vulture]

Something we don't have to worry about is the Sundance Film Festival. The annual fête is reading for its 30th run in January, and today, has released its 2014 Premieres and Documentary Premieres slate, the former of which boasts an international flair. [Variety]

On the other end of the entertainment spectrum, The Academy has unveiled its list of nominees for the 56th annual Grammy Awards. While Jay Z leads with nine noms, followed by Macklemore Ryan Lewis and Kendrick Lamar with seven each, Imagine Dragons is holding it down for rock. If only they had been awake to receive news of their two notable nominations. [MTV]