Two and a Half Men

Lewis heading to Top Gear

Top Gear has locked in Homeland’s Damian Lewis for its first episode of the 2013 series. The actor will feature in the “Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car” segment.

Sheen up for Two and a Half Men return

Charlie Sheen has said on The Late Show with David Letterman that is up for a return to Two and a Half Men for the shows finale. “I am dead,” he conceded, “But so is the show.” Continue reading »

The Office’s Rainn Wilson was first to do it, now Matthew Perry has poked fun at Two and a Half Men’s actor Angus T. Jones’s rant.

In the new Funny or Die sketch, Perry says Jones inspired him to “sit down for an hour and skim the entire bible.”

He goes on to tell viewers not to watch his new sitcom Go On. Continue reading »

Downton creator working on new series

Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is developing a new US period drama called The Gilded Age. The project will be set in 1880s New York and will centre on the American Renaissance and the “millionaire titans” of the time.

Sheens labels show a “hive of oppression”

Charlie Sheen has labelled Two and a Half Men a “hive of oppression” following former co-star Angus T. Jones’s criticism of the show this week. “I dare anyone to spend ten years in the laugh-track that is Chuck Lorre’s hive of oppression and not suffer some form of an emotional tsunami,” Sheen said. Continue reading »

It’s only been a couple of days since Two and a Half Men actor Angus T. Jones’s YouTube rant hit the headlines but Hollywood is already poking fun.

The Office’s Rainn Wilson and Craig Robinson have filmed their own version where Wilson details the “filth” that is their own show. Continue reading »

Chris Noth to star in Titanic miniseries
Chris Noth, who played Big on Sex and the City, is set to star in a 12-part miniseries about the building of the Titanic, playing business magnate J.P. Morgan. The series will be called Titanic: Blood and Steel. 

Cee Lo Green calls Idol feud ‘fake’
Cee Lo Green, who is a coach on The Voice, has hinted that he believes the feud between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj is just a publicity stunt.  Continue reading »

Miley Cyrus joins Two And A Half Men cast

Miley Cyrus will join the cast of Two And A Half Men for two episodes, playing Missi, a girl who Jake falls for.

Abby Elliot to guest star on How I Met Your Mother

Abby Elliot, the former Saturday Night Live actress, has landed guest role on HIMYM as Janeane, a crazy and destructive girl who starts hanging out with Robin, Barney and the rest of the gang.  Continue reading »

7:30pm Wednesday, July 25 on TV2

Catch Charlie Sheen’s handpicked favourite episodes of Two And A Half Men in the special marathon: Charlie’s All Time Favourite Men, beginning this week.

The former Two And A Half Men star told the told The Hollywood Reporter it was hard to pick his favourites from amongst the eight years of shows.

“I felt lighter, younger. I could still hear the jokes and the stories we all told in place of rehearsals. I can still see nine-year-old Angus riding his Razor up and down the camera aisle; his self-appointed surrogate guardian Chuck Lorre watching with pride and also concern. I can hear the echoes of Jon’s genius, Conchata’s laugh, Holland’s leadership and Marin’s quiet grace. And the crew, the amazing crew.”

The ratings are in.  How much impact will The Block NZ have on TV One’s stranglehold on 7:30pm with Fair Go?  Will viewers choose to tune in for one of the most anticipated shows coming to TV3 in years or not even bother?

Last week, Road Cops had a rating of 359,270 while Fair Go had 618,480 so how much more would The Block NZ get after all the hype and build up?

Looking down the ratings for last night, the first thing we notice is that Fair Go took a big dive – down almost 83,000 viewers to 535,820. Surely that’s a good sign for where The Block NZ is going to be. Continue reading »

Two and a Half Men actress Melanie Lynskey and Modern Family’s Ed O’Neill have lent their voice to the new Air NZ in-flight safety video.

The pair feature in cartoon form in the clip, which also has non-voiced cartoon versions of Snoop Dogg, Richie McCaw, Barack Obama, Julia Gillard and Paul Henry.