Anger Management

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It shouldn’t come as any surprise that Game of Thrones was the most-pirated TV show of the US spring, according to TorrentFreak. The drama topped the list ahead of The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother.

Anger Management casting new role

Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management series has put out a casting call for a replacement for Selma Blair, who was dumped from the show last week. The new role has been written for a “sexy” Latina or white actress to play a psychiatrist to help Sheen’s character. Continue reading »

will-arnettArnett to guest on The Simpsons

Arrested Development’s Will Arnett will make a guest appearance in The Simpsons playing the role of a FBI detective.

Shatner to make Hot in Cleveland cameo

William Shatner will drop by Hot in Cleveland to make a guest appearance on the sitcom. “At long, long last, I am working with someone older than me,” he said of co-star Betty White. Continue reading »

Misfits creator penning movie script

Misfits creator Howard Overman has confirmed that a first draft script has been completed for e potential film version of the UK series. “I’ve written the first draft of the script and we’ll see what happens,” Overman said. “If it happens, it will involve past and present characters, I’m not allowed to give away anything more than that.”

Cee Lo Green heading to Anger Management

The Voice’s Cee Lo Green will join Charlie Sheen on his new sitcom Anger Management. The talent judge and rapper will play a “heightened” version of himself on the show. Continue reading »

8:30pm Wednesday, October 17 on TV2

Loose lips sink ships in the drama-filled season finale of Anger Management.

Kate (Selma Blair) freaks out after Charlie (Charlie Sheen) makes a romantic gesture, forcing them to examine if friends can still be friends with benefits.

Meanwhile, all hell breaks loose when pictures pop up on Facebook showing Sam (Daniela Bobadilla) kissing a girl.

8:35pm Wednesday, October 10 on TV2

It’s double the trouble when Charlie Sheen’s (Two And A Half Men) famous dad, Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now), lends his son a hand in the brand new comedy, Anger Management.

This is not the first time the father-son duo has appeared on screen replicating their real life relationship. Martin and Charlie have appeared as father and son in 1987’s Wall Street, No Code Of Conduct and Spin City.

Tonight, Charlie has a bone to pick with his old man, who happens to be the complete opposite his real-life father, in fact he’s a hyper-critical bully.

Meanwhile, it’s up to Charlie’s ‘friend with benefits’ and therapist, Kate (Selma Blair) to sort out this troubled and problematic relationship before Charlie reforms to his rage-filled past.

Ninety more episodes of Anger Management ordered

Charlie Sheen’s comedy Anger Management has had 90 more episodes ordered by FX, so long as it manages to stay above a certain ratings threshold. Martin Sheen (Charlie’s dad) will also become as a series regular.

Seth MacFarlane to host SNL

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will host Saturday Night Live for the first time in September, when the new season kicks off. Continue reading »

8:30pm Wednesday, August 15 on TV2

You just can’t keep a good-man down! Charlie Sheen (Two And A Half Men) has the last laugh as the troubled star of TV2’s brand new comedy, Anger Management.

“You can’t fire me I quit,” Sheen bellows at the camera. “You think you can replace me with another guy? Go ahead, it won’t be the same!”

No, Sheen’s not growling abuse at Two And A Half Men producer Chuck Lorre; it’s his new character Charlie Goodson, a former pro-baseball player turned therapist with anger issues of his own: teaching his patients to vent their frustrations to a punching bag rather than yelling abuse at their bosses.

Tonight, Charlie suffers a relapse after his ex-wife Jen’s (Shawnee Smith, Saw) new boyfriend (Brian Austin Green, Desperate Housewives) gives their daughter some bad advice.

As a result, he asks the only therapist he trusts: his best friend Kate (Selma Blair, Cruel Intentions), to take him on as a patient. One complication: he’s sleeping with her.

Sheen’s new sitcom “smarter”

The creator of Charlie Sheen’s new sitcom Anger Management has described it as a “smarter” comedy. The show centres on Sheen as a therapist who has far more issues than the patients he treats.

E! statement on Kardashian divorce

E! channel has released a statement regarding the recent break-up of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, whose wedding featured last month on the network. “All of us at E! are surprised and saddened by this news, and we send our support to Kim and Kris at this difficult time. The Kardashians have always been uniquely open with all aspects of their lives from joyous events to intimate moments to heartbreaking transitions. E! will continue to share the fascinating real lives and larger-than-life existence of this close-knit family.”

American Horror Story renewed

The new drama series from the creators of Glee has been given a second season order by its network in the US. American Horror Story will return for another 13 episodes in 2012.

Sheen’s sitcom picked up

Charlie Sheen’s new comedy series Anger Management was last week picked up by the FX network. A ten-episode order of the sitcom, which is loosely based on the 2003 Jack Nicholson film, will premiere in the American summer of 2012.

Smith staying as Doctor Who

Doctor Who actor Matt Smith has denied recent claims he is planning on leaving the show. “I love playing this role, and I don’t want to give it up any time soon,” Smith said. “We work very long hours every day for nine months. The schedule is pretty brutal, but I’d never complain about it.”

Jenner in E! special

An E! Channel Sweet Sixteen special will feature Kendall Jenner from Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The 15-year-old younger sister of Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian will film a one-off special for the network to celebrate her birthday.

Cuoco lands second hosting gig

The Big Bang Theory’s Kaley Cuoco has been confirmed to be hosting the People’s Choice Awards 2012. It will be the second large ceremony the actress has hosted following her stint this year as the host of the Teen Choice Awards.