The arrival of Asthon Kutcher as billionaire Walden Schmidt in September kept Two and a Half Men alive after the exit of star Charlie Sheen. But will Kutcher, whose initial deal was for one year, stay on for another season?
"I'm having a lot of fun on the show with these guys and would be interested in coming back if we can work that out," the actor told reporters at Wednesday's Television Critics Association CBS winter previews. "I have a couple features I'm going to do this summer hiatus. Right now I'm looking at it as a hiatus.
Alan Cumming and Grant Shaffer
Alan Cumming starred in his own wedding reboot over the weekend.
The Good Wife star and his partner Grant Shaffer held a wedding on Saturday at New York's Soho Grand Hotel five years after they entered into a civil partnership, People reports.
Lauren Parsekian and Aaron Paul
Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul will soon be breaking into the married life.
The Emmy winner is engaged to Lauren Parsekian, who posted the news on her Facebook page over the weekend, Us Weekly reports.
Betsey Johnson, Paulina Porizkova
ABC Family is accessorizing Jane By Design with a few fashion cameos, including designer Betsey Johnson and model Paulina Porizkova.
"We have great people from the fashion world," series executive producer April Blair said during Monday's ABC Family winter TV preview. "They're very subtle cameos, so unless you know to look for them you wouldn't notice. We just wanted to give it an authenticity, give the fashion element an insider perspective."
Move over, Suri Cruise and Shiloh Jolie-Pitt. The world is focused on the offspring of another celebrity couple in 2012.
Numerous websites have been speculating about the impending birth of Beyonce and Jay-Z's first child. According to Media Take Out, an unnamed "Celebrity VIP" has booked half of the labor suite at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital in New York. Could the "If I Were a Boy" singer be prepping a special delivery for 2012?
Hugh Hefner will remember 2011 as the year he almost got hitched, and going into the new year, he plans to remain unattached.
"This year has been a very interesting year for me, I almost got married," Hefner told People. "And as Holly [Madison] — a dear friend and former girlfriend — said, 'Well, you missed a bullet.' I think that's accurate. I am clearly not meant to be married. Married life isn't for me."
George R.R. Martin has given fans of his A Song of Ice and Fire book series, on which HBO's fantasy series Game of Thrones is based, a belated Christmas gift.
The author has posted a chapter titled "Theon" from his sixth book, The Winds of Winter, online. In a blog post, the author details how the events in the chapter take place before some of the events in the previous book, A Dance With Dragons, which was released in this summer.