Two and a Half Men

It’s official. Two and a Half Men will end after 12 seasons. Co-creator/executive producer Chuck Lorre has promised a “season-long event”.

Asked whether Sheen could appear on the final season to resurrect his character Charlie Harper, CBS chairman Nina Tassler said, “Chuck Lorre has a lot of surprises in store, I’m not sure this is one of them.”

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Brad Paisley is to guest star opposite his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, in the season 11 finale of Two and a Half Men.

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As if the pregnancy news wasn’t enough, engaged parents to be Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis really are becoming the new Hollywood “it” couple as news breaks that they will be acting on screen again together.  Kunis will play Vivian, a free-spirited world traveler who makes a connection with Kutcher’s Walden on Two and a Half Men. Having previously starred together on That 70’s Show this won’t be the first time that the off-screen couple have had on-screen sparks flying. Continue reading »

Episode 102Less of Brody in Homeland season 3

Homeland executive producer Alex Gansa has hinted that the third season of the drama series may feature less of Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis). “He is the most wanted man on the planet,” Gansa explained. “By definition, he’s going to be hiding somewhere. And if he’s hiding, that limits what he can do,” Gansa said.

Jones returning to Two and a Half Men

Two and a Half Men executive producer Chuck Lorre has confirmed that Angus T Jones will return to the series in the role of Jake. “Angus is going to college in the fall, which is, I think, wonderful, which is appropriate, and he’ll be on the show as available around his college schedule,” Lorre said. Continue reading »

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Two and A Half Men is casting a young female to replace Angus T. Jones as a series regular after Jones confirmed earlier this month that he was dropping down to a recurring role next season.

Liz McDonald returning to Coro

Coronation Street actress Beverley Callard – who plays Liz McDonald – is returning to the soap after departing in 2011. Callard has played the role of on and off since 1989. Continue reading »

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Former Game of Thrones actor Sean Bean has signed up for the new FBI pilot Legends from the executive producers of Homeland.

Details for MacFarlane’s Simpsons character

Details have been revealed regarding Seth MacFarlane’s upcoming appearance in The Simpsons. The Family Guy creator will voice a character named Ben who meets up with Marge after she accidentally joins a website that arranges affairs for married people. Continue reading »

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Two and a Half Men has been renewed by the CBS network but Angus T. Jones will no longer be a series regular in the role of Jake.

Offensive comedy series renewed

The Comedy Central series that mocked the death of a New Zealander in a shark attack earlier this year has been renewed for another season. The Jeselnik Offensive will return for a second season. Continue reading »

Two-and-a-half-men-ashton-kutcherDuff cast in Two and a Half Men

Hilary Duff will make an appearance on the season finale of Two and a Half Men, playing a love interest for Ashton Kutcher’s Walden.

Veronica Mars movie adds another

Another actor is officially on board the Veronica Mars movie project with Jason Dohring confirming his availability. The actor played Logan Echolls on the series between 2004 and 2007. Continue reading »

CharlieSheenMLCharlie Sheen has blamed Two and a Half men creator Chuck Lorre for a lot of things in the past and now he’s added another one to the list.

Sheen told The Guardian that he believes Lorre was to blame for New Zealand actress Melanie Lynskey’s divorce from Jimmi Simpson.

During an anti-Big Bang Theory rant, Sheen mentioned how himself, Angus T. Jones and Melanie Lynskey had all been affected by Lorre.

“I’m sorry, but Big Bang Theory is a piece of s**t – it’s a stupid show and it’s just lame, about lame people. I like the kids in it, but that show without [Two and a Half Men] as a lead-in is… goodbye. And I’m rooting for those kids, because I know who they’re dealing with. The fact that they’re still sane is crazy. You know? He’s a bad man. And I’ve backed off from him for a while.  Continue reading »