Charlie Sheen, Angus T. Jones
Two and a Half Men's Angus T. Jones has at least one person in his corner — and it's someone who's no stranger to stirring up controversy on the show. Jones' former co-star, Charlie Sheen, who called the CBS sitcom "cursed" this week, says the 19-year-old is welcome to guest-star on his new FX show Anger Management.
Ashton Kutcher, Charlie Sheen
Forbes has released its list of the highest-paid actors on television this year. The countdown features a variety of stars from Patrick Dempsey to Jim Parsons, but the real questions is whether 2011's highest-paid actor Charlie Sheen reigned supreme again in 2012?
Miley Cyrus and Ashton Kutcher
Make that Two and a Half Men and a fast-talking country star.
Miley Cyrus will make her Men debut in the Thursday, Oct. 18 (8:30/7:30c on CBS) episode, in which she plays Missi, the daughter of one of Walden's (Ashton Kutcher) friends. The Hannah Montana star will make Walden feel... his age! Check out this sneak peek of her rather colorful character:
Shazbot! Robin Williams could be making a return to TV, where he famously got his start 30 years ago as the lovable alien from Ork on Mork & Mindy. The actor is in talks to team up with writer David E. Kelley to develop The Crazy Ones, a comedy about an aging but brilliant advertising exec.
CBS is said to be...
There's a werewolf heading to Two and a Half Men.
Brit Morgan, who played werewolf Debbie Pelt on HBO's True Blood, will guest-star on the Season 10 premiere of the CBS sitcom, playing a (human) love interest for Walden (Ashton Kutcher), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ashton Kutcher's production company Katalyst Media is suing the California Department of Motor Vehicles for backing out of a reality TV project "abruptly and without justifiable excuse," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In a lawsuit filed on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Katalyst, along with production company Soda and Pop, Inc., claims that in 2010, Katalyst and the DMV negotiated to develop a half-hour series about the employees and customers of the DMV. TruTV had signed on to air the show before the DMV pulled out.
Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed
Nothing gets the blood boiling and the early summer temperature rising quicker than a fix of werewolf and vampire lust.
Kat Dennings, Simon Cowell
The 2011-2012 TV season ended with a whimper, as all five broadcast networks posted year-to-year drops in viewership during May sweeps. But the season as a whole wasn't too bad: Sure, some big swings (Pan Am, Terra Nova) missed, but a solid 15 freshman shows (out of 45) were renewed. Here's a roundup of this year's winners and losers.
CBS' 2 Broke Girls was the year's highest-rated new comedy, averaging a strong 5.6 million viewers with adults 18-49. The show has already been upgraded to a plum 9pm time slot for fall. "That shows enormous...
Newly promoted TNT/TBS president/head of programming Michael Wright made a few new friends when he sealed a deal to pick up fan favorite comedy Cougar Town from ABC. After a quick negotiation, TBS ordered 15 episodes of the show, which will premiere its fourth season next winter. The network will also start airing Cougar Town repeats. Wright, who previously saved Southland after NBC canceled it, says there will be no changes to the sitcom. Meanwhile, over at TNT, Wright says he's eager to change the perception that the network's dramas only dabble in "self-seriousness or earnestness." Frank Darabont's L.A. Noir isn't ready to be ordered as a series, but Wright expects to air it on Sundays, where the network is specializing in genre shows like Falling Skies.
Two and a Half Men
CBS has renewed Two and a Half Men for a 10th season, the network announced Saturday.
The renewal was expected after Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones signed new contracts to ...