Daily: Friends, Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Kate Middleton, and More!

Here’s your Daily for 7/28/2011.

Ever wonder how many sexual partners the characters of Friends had over the course of the 10 season run? Splitsider.com reports that the six main characters had a total of 85 sexual partners over 236 episodes. The Hollywood Reporter breaks it down by character.

BET’s The Mo’Nique Show has finished its run after 300 shows (2 seasons).

Alicia Coppola will guest-star on an upcoming episode of the dramedy Suits as Alexandra Leeds, a woman from Harvey’s past who suddenly appears to stir up some big trouble for the legal eagle.

Glen Mazzara is stepping in for Frank Darabont as The Walking Dead‘s new showrunner.

Mike Doyle is joining CBS’ A Gifted Man in a potential recurring role.

History channel is set to announce a six-hour miniseries that brings the Vietnam War into 2011 with a true high-definition telecast. Michael C. Hall is set to narrate.

Heroes’ Greg Grunberg and Weeds’ Lindsay Sloane will guest star in an upcoming episode of Psych that includes a Bachelorette spoof.

The Hollywood Reporter has the trailer for the new season of How to Make it in America.

All 4 seasons of Mad Men are now available for instant streaming on Netflix.

Franklin & Bash has been renewed for a 10 episode second season.

Kaley Cuoco has been tapped to host the Teen Choice Awards. The show will air Aug. 7 on Fox.

Pippa Middleton is getting her own TLC special. The cable network said Tuesday that it will air Crazy About Pippa at 9/8c Aug. 9.

TLC has also renewed Say Yes to the Dress: Bridesmaids for a second season.

Bravo has announced that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return Monday, Sept. 5.

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