Buddy Bites: 'Mad Men' Return Date Possibly Set, 'Psych' Renewed for 7th Season
Buddy Bites: 'Mad Men' Return Date Possibly Set, 'Psych' Renewed for 7th Season
Another round of Buddy Bites, then? If you're one for crazy detectives or old school advertising executives, this one's for you. As long as you treat us back, wink, wink...

Is Mad Men returning on March 25? Jon Hamm said in an episode of the podcast Doug Loves Movies that the series is returning to AMC on that date. He also said that he's directing the fifth season premiere. While the network wouldn't confirm the news, the reveal's definitely good news for all you Mad Men fans out there -- especially after not having a new episode for over a year: the fourth season wrapped up in October 2010, and the crew dragged through contract negotiations after.

Psych gets a seventh season: the USA comedy will get 16 more episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The announcement was made in a pretty cute manner: a pineapple puzzle on Psych's official Twitter and Facebook pages, leading to a video featuring stars James Roday and Dule Hill. The show returns with the second half of season 6 on February 29.

Still on returning shows, watch a teaser for the upcoming season of HBO's Eastbound and Down, returning on February 19:

Now, for shows that aren't so lucky: Fox's animated comedy Allen Gregory has been cancelled. The network announced the axing during the Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles, TV.com reports. The series, devised by Jonah Hill, revolves around a rich, smart seven-year-old that, unfortunately, was just a pain in the ass. The less said about him, the better...

That brings us to the more controversial part of tonight's Buddy Bites, then: recent Survivor castaway Semhar Tadesse was pled guilty today to a misdemeanor DUI charge, TMZ reports. The Survivor: South Pacific contestant -- you might remember her for being the first one eliminated, but then again, first cast-offs are easily forgotten, yes? -- is sentenced to three years probation, plus alcohol education seminars and a $1,827 fine. I feel a poem coming on... but I'm bad at poetry, so no.

AnnaLynne McCord responds to her accidental topless tweet: "My only response to all these lovely people is, 'He who be without sin cast the first stone,'" she tells Global Grind. "If you have never messed up or done anything wrong with your life, then please, feel free to judge me." The 90210 star was supposed to post a photo of her new necklace to a fan, but ended up showing a bit more. We won't show that photo, of course.

And finally, to the granddaddy of all crazy folks... although Charlie Sheen says he's not crazy anymore. "That was an episode," he told reporters at the TCA tour in Los Angeles, according to People. "I think I'm a different person than I was yesterday. Everything is a lot more mellow and focused and much more rooted in reality." He also reports that casting is underway for his new FX comedy, Anger Management; that he is single again; and that he's talking to former Two and Half Men star Jon Cryer. As for his former boss Chuck Lorre? Umm, maybe soon.

Winning, indeed.

(Images courtesy of AMC and USA)