Brett Butler has joined the cast of Charlie Sheen's FX series Anger Management, Deadline reports.
When all hell broke loose this year on Two and a Half Men, and it was clear that his relationship with star Charlie Sheen had turned toxic, executive producer Chuck Lorre came up with a way to end the madness.
"I offered to quit the show last winter," Lorre, 59, reveals for the first time.
Roseanne Barr took to her blog Monday to defend Charlie Sheen and took multiple digs at his Two and a Half Men boss (and former Roseanne series writer) Chuck Lorre.
"I never really worked with [Lorre], as he was mostly drunk when he was on my show," the former sitcom star wrote on her blog, which also alleged she fired Lorre for...
Charlie Sheen may think that he's winning, but Brett Butler knows he's fighting a losing battle.
It was 13 years ago that ABC and producers Carsey-Werner opted to pull the plug on Butler's hit sitcom, Grace Under Fire, after deciding that her addiction to painkillers left her in no condition to continue working. Now living on a farm in Georgia and celebrating 12 years of sobriety, Butler says she's still aghast at the events that led to her show's...
Does Two and a Half Men minus Charlie Sheen equal zero?
Executives at CBS and Warner Bros. TV — who on February 24 decided to shut down production for the remainder of the season — are just beginning to sift through the carnage left in the wake of Sheen's tirades, in which the actor trashed his boss, Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, among other targets. But so far, the prognosis isn't good for TV's most-watched comedy.
Every time Sheen throws another slur at Lorre — whose given name is Charles Michael Levine, even though Sheen insists on calling him "Chaim" — the door to a ninth season ofthe show comes closer to shutting for good....