After the coffee. Before remembering to record NBC's "Hannibal."
The Skinny: For some reason my DVR didn't record "Modern Family" last night but it did capture some good discounts on QVC. You don't need me to tell you that today's headlines include a ton of coverage of Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon. Also, LucasArts is going away and new episodes of "Arrested Development" will be here for Memorial Day weekend!
Daily Dose: Now the British can start living their best life too. Discovery Communications and Oprah Winfrey are taking the OWN Network to Britain and putting its shows on the TLC channel there. That means the British can enjoy Lance Armstrong confessionals and life lessons from Winfrey. Please don't hate us.
Wake me in the morning. It's finally official. Jimmy Fallon will replace Jay Leno as host of NBC's "The Tonight Show" in 2014. Leno is on board with the switch and won't be given his own show in prime time so Fallon won't have someone looking over his shoulder the way Conan O'Brien did when he briefly took over the franchise. But for all the attention the media gave this story, a look at Nielsen numbers shows that the late-night audience has become very fragmented over the last decade. The real estate that Fallon will inherit has lost a lot of value, and it is unlikely he'll be able to bring the franchise back to its Carson glory days or even what Leno was doing five years ago. A look at NBC'S and analysis of late night from the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Hollywood Reporter, USA Today and Variety. Also, some thoughts on who really won the Leno-Letterman battle from Vulture.