Fans of Chuck Lorre’s vanity cards, which appear at the end of his TV shows, will no longer have to hit pause on their DVRs to study his vanity cards.
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The renewal of the Ashton Kutcher-Jon Cryer sitcom was not unexpected. CBS announced it Saturday, just as all the TV networks are preparing to announce their fall lineups this week.
The stars of “Two and a Half Men” are set to finalize a deal to return next season for one-year deals that do not include the salary raises the three main actors were demanding.
When you sit down with Charlie Sheen, you don’t know if you’re going to get the manic one that was talking about tiger blood a year ago or the super-calm-and-contrite seen in January. This morning on “Today”, Matt Lauer got a version of Charlie that’s somewhere in between.
Hollywood contract negotiations always seem uglier when they hit the industry trades, and what’s unfolding with the stars of “Two and a Half Men” is getting ugly. According to The… More
“Two and a Half Men” managed to successfully reinvent itself when Ashton Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen this season. However, that does not mean that the popular sitcom will be back… More
Maybe it’s because Charlie Sheen is now someone else’s problem, or because Melissa McCarthy is on a roll after her Oscar nomination, but comedy mogul Chuck Lorre was in a… More
Fox scored a narrow ratings victory Monday thanks to a fiery Daytona 500 race, while “The Voice” was the top-rated show and “Two and a Half Men” and two other CBS comedies hit series lows, according to preliminary numbers.
We’re not sure whether the off-the-wall version of Charlie Sheen that we saw during the first half of 2011 is back, but it does sure seem like that version is… More
Ever since Warner Bros. sent former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen a cease-and-desist letter after they found out he was using a “Men” photo to promote his new comedy “Anger Management,” Sheen has been on the warpath. Now he’s after Ashton Kutcher.