Charlie Sheen won't be going to prison. After pleading guilty to third-degree domestic violence, he was sentenced Monday to 30 days in rehab, The Associated Press reports.
The news seemed to suit Sheen just fine; as he exited the courthouse, he told TMZ, "I'm going to...
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The two-hour premiere of AMC's conspiracy thriller Rubicon delivered 2 million viewers Sunday, making it the highest-rated series debut in the network's history.
Fox will launch Steven Spielberg's time-traveling drama, Terra Nova, in the fall of 2011, the network announced Monday.
Terra Nova was originally scheduled to debut at midseason, but the hourlong drama will now preview its first episode in...
There's no lack of mockumentaries on TV (see: The Office, Modern Family), but the producers of the upcoming My Generation plan to push the model one step further.
"This is the first real show of the Internet era," creator and executive producer Noah Hawley said at the Television Critics Association's fall previews. "It's a mash-up of scripted and ...
Outsourced hopes to walk a fine line between hilarious and offensive, but can a series about an American expat working in an Indian call center really avoid cultural stereotypes?
"I think where we approach this is certainly not a mean-spirited place," executive producer Robert Broden said. "We're not going to be wallowing in that kind of stuff that you're insinuating, but we are going to have a lot of fun with characters who behave like relatable characters in a workplace comedy."
NBC unveils fall premiere dates
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Did Chuck Bass just get a wake-up call?
When Gossip Girl returns for Season 4, not only will the show trade in Manhattan for Paris, but Chuck Bass will be undergo a serious transformation following his near-death experience.
"I feel like I just need to go back to the drawing board completely in terms of him wanting to reconstruct his personality," Ed Westwick told TVGuide.com after a Television Critics Association panel Thursday. "The person he was up until that point just led to complete devastation. It's interesting to see him now rebuild and see which direction he's going to go."
Two months after the end of Lost, Terry O'Quinn is returning to TV.
The 58-year-old actor, who recently snagged an Emmy nomination for best supporting actor in a drama for the ABC series, has signed on to star opposite Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson in the Lifetime TV movie Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story, E! Online reports.
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