Charlie Sheen says he's ready to return to work, but is Two and a Half Men ready for him?
The sitcom star let loose on the Alex Jones Show radio program Thursday and took aim at some of the people in his life, including Men executive producer Chuck Lorre, who had run a vanity card on screen after the Feb. 14 episode in which he said he'd be angry if Sheen outlives him.
"I didn't care about that vanity card," Sheen said. "I went straight home and dispelled that, that was actually one of the few compliments that clown has paid me in frickin' almost a decade. I embarrassed him in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that this un-evolved mind cannot process. I've spent, I think, close to the last decade, I don't know, effortlessly and magically converting your tin can into pure gold. And the gratitude I get is this charlatan chose not to do his job, which is to write."
TBS' Glory Daze are behind them.
The network has decided not to renew the hourlong college comedy for another season, Deadline reports.
Sammi 'Sweetheart' Giancola
Jersey Shore's Sammi Giancola is standing by her man, even after their humiliating and violent public breakup, Us Weekly reports
Sammi "Sweetheart" says she's back together with on-and-off boyfriend Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, who was last seen calling her a "spoiled b----," throwing her bed out the window, and stomping on her glasses. She now claims he's just misunderstood.
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
Besides lots of bloodshed, Manu Bennett says there are no guarantees when it comes to Friday's Spartacus: Gods of the Arena finale (Starz, 10/9c).
"Nothing means anything," he tells TVGuide.com. "Episode 6 has a big turn of events that creates the unexpected. That's kind of the nature of our show. It's not always happy or what everybody wants or expects, but there's a lot in store that will change the dynamics again."
"This is Nikita's version of Inception," Melinda Clarke tells TVGuide.com about Thursday's episode. "Amanda is injecting Alex with a hallucinogen to give her this waking dream state in order to extract the information she wants."
The chemical interrogation will make many fans happy. "They really want Amanda to be truly evil," she says. "That's the fan response: We need her to be as bad as possible and to be really evil. At one point someone asked for some violence."
"I want a beer pong table at my wedding," Sara Rue tells TVGuide.com, admitting that she gleaned ideas for her own upcoming nuptials from the contestants on Shedding for the Wedding.
"I'd tell them, 'I'm stealing that,'" says the host of CW's newest reality competition show debuting Wednesday at 9/8c. "I wasn't in the full wedding planning process when we were shooting, so it was really fun for me to watch them and say, 'Oh I like that dress' or 'Those invitations are pretty' and clock them [in] my mind."
Toby Stephens will star opposite Maria Bello in NBC's remake of Prime Suspect, Deadline reports.
In the update, Bello stars as detective Jane Timoney, who needs to prove herself in the male-dominated New York precinct. Stephens will play her live-in boyfriend with an ex-wife who doesn't want their son staying over with him and Jane.
Rob Corddry, Paula Marshall
Fox has cast Rob Corddry and Paula Marshall in its fish-out-of-water comedy Little in Common set in the world of little league, Deadline reports.
The pair will play Mr. and Mrs. Weller, who move from San Jose, Calif., to Austin, Texas. The proper couple will have to adjust to new neighbors like the Pachecos, who have different ways of child-rearing, and the Burlesons, who take little league very seriously.