After being fired from Two And A Half Men, Charlie Sheen has been hard at work developing his new comedy series Anger Management for FX, based on the movie that originally starred Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson. Who has been cast as Sheen’s onscreen ex-wife, and who will bear his burdens as his therapist on the show? Read on for reveal, after the jump!
Remember the garden party that Andy Bernard threw at Dwight Schrute’s farm to impress new CEO, Robert California? Well, the cast of The Office may not only be nursing the departure of actor Steve Carell, as NBC bounces around the idea of a spin-off show that stars Rainn Wilson. Read on for more details on the potential spin-off series revolving around Dwight Schrute!
Did you miss the Screen Actors Guild Awards last night? There were a few award shockers and snubs, and it’ll be interesting to see who walks away with the Academy Award for similar categories next month. In the meantime, catch up on the full list of winners, included after the jump.
After six seasons on HBO and two feature films, do you feel like you still haven’t satisfied your Sex and the City fix? Then you’ll probably be tuning into The CW this fall, because the network just got the green light for a prequel series. It’s Carrie Bradshaw before her thirties, before Mr. Big and even before Charlotte York and Miranda Hobbes…it’s Carrie Bradshaw, straight out of high school. Read on for the details on the upcoming drama series!
Since How I Met Your Mother plots are narrowing down toward audiences finally meeting the character of Ted’s wife, does that necessarily mean the show will be forced to end? Not necessarily. Producers of the show toss around ideas about spinoff shows and continuing the sitcom after the final character has been revealed.
Chelsea Handler’s new sitcom, Are You There, Chelsea?, is based on her memoir, Are You There Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea. And the comedienne is playing the role of her older sister in real life. What does her sister think of being portrayed on the television series? And what type of television is she hoping to break into in the future?
Will Patrick Dempsey revive his role as Dr. Derek Shepherd on Grey’s Anatomy for another season? Not unless his schedule permits frequent trips to the closest speedway. That’s right, Dempsey has a very particular demand in the negotiations to keep him on the hit show, because honestly, he prefers racing over Grey’s Anatomy.
Charlie Sheen says he’s sane now. Seriously. At Sunday night’s Fox Network Television Critics Association party, he told reporters, ”I’m not crazy any more. That was an episode.” Is he being sincere, or is he just trying to mend his image as much as possible as he starts working on a brand new show for FX?
Singer and Disney Channel breakout star Demi Lovato has been doing incredibly well since leaving rehab, and she’s opening up about staying sober and maintaining a healthy body image in the latest issue of Seventeen. How is she reflecting on her tried methods of self-medication, and what does she do to stay strong in times of weakness? Read on for a few wise words from a young but mature girl!
Remember Legally Blonde: The Musical casting show on MTV? Or how about The Glee Project on Oxygen? Both of these were such huge hits that Tony Award winner Andrew Lloyd Webber is currently in talks for a new reality television show that will scout talent for one of his esteemed musical productions. He has so many great stage spectacles to choose from (Evita, Cats, The Phantom Of The Opera, Sunset Boulevard and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, to only name a few), so which script and score will be the final prize of the upcoming televised talent contest?