From TV Squad comes this montage of Olivia Munn’s absolutely unapologetic St. Patrick’s Day bender during the fourth hour of NBC’s “Today.” I’m not sure we’ve seen this much drunkenness on daytime TV since Foster Brooks circled “Hollywood Squares.”
Elsewhere in the world of television …
— As part of its “A Thin Line” campaign against cyberbullying, MTV has planned an original movie on Abraham Biggs, a 19-year-old who battled bipolar disorder and ultimately webcast his suicide after being egged on by a digital mob.
— TLC sure loves it some Broward County. In addition to returning series “Police Women of Broward County,” the cabler will premiere “Unleashed: K-9 Broward County,” spotlighting an elite K-9 man-tracking unit, on April 7. ThinkFactory Media is producing.
— OWN will launch hourlong unscripted series “Why Not? with Shania Twain” at 11 p.m. May 8, following the finale of “The Judds.” “Why Not?” will then move to a 10 p.m. timeslot the following week. Series focuses on Twain bounces pack from personal heartbreak and professional struggles to rebuild her career, and will feature one-on-one conversations with Gladys Knight, Lionel Richie, David Foster and others. Twain exec produces with Gay Rosenthal and Bryn Freedman.
— No, we haven’t forgotten him. “Charlie Sheen: Bad Boy on the Edge” will air on Bio at 9 p.m. Sunday.
— “Give It Up for Greg Giraldo,” airing at 11:30 p.m. Friday on Comedy Central, will salute the late comedian with unseen footage and interviews as well as conversations with Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan, Conan O’Brien, Dave Attell, Lewis Black, Sarah Silverman, Colin Quinn, Nick Swardson and more.
— This is old news, but I did want to get around to it: Keira Knightley will be part of the cast of Syfy’s four-hour “Neverland” as the voice of Tinker Bell.
— CBS senior advisor Nancy Tellem is hosting a fundraiser April 7 at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills to help support women and children affected by sexual violence during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.