TVLine Items: 30 Rock Gets Stone'd, Mad Men's Return Date (?), Archer Hits Cranston and More

TGS doyenne Jenna Maroney has landed herself in one of those star-studded, holiday-themed motion pictures, and she is in good company.

Specifically, when 30 Rock casts Jane Krakowski’s alter ego in a rom-com romp titled Martin Luther King Day, movie star Emma Stone, Saturday Night Live’s Andy Samberg and, well, Nick Cannon will all make cameos on the NBC comedy, EW.com reports.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

• Jon Hamm recently appeared on funny man Doug Benson’s podcast, Doug Loves Movies, and said that Mad Men’s delayed Season 5 will premiere on March 25. AMC, however, has yet to confirm the date.

• Lindsay Lohan is in talks to portray movie icon Elizabeth Taylor in Elizabeth & Richard: A Love Story, an upcoming Lifetime original movie, Deadline reports.

• Move over, “Soul Sister.” Train will perform their newest single, “Drive B,”  in a February episode of 90210 when the gang heads to a Coachella-like music festival in the desert, EW.com reports.

• The CW has acquired The L.A. Complex, a Canadian drama about six performers trying to make it in Hollywood, per Deadline. The series, which comes from the producers of Degrassi, will air on the network in the spring.

• Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston will lend his voice to the two-part season finale of FX’s animated hit Archer, playing an “earnest, conscientious astronaut,” per Huffington Post.

• SOAPnet’s sendoff is upon is. The suds-skewing network will change into Disney Junior at midnight on March 23, and will feature fare such as Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and the new series Doc McStuffins.

• The 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, hosted by Reba McEntire and The Voice‘s Blake Shelton, will air live Sunday, April 1 on CBS.

Which TVLine Items have you talking today?