It's something of a crying shame that the new comedy getting the most attention tonight (buzz-wise, though certainly not critically), and which almost certainly will attract the widest audience (of morbidly curious rubber-neckers, but who's counting) is by far the least worthy of attention or respect.
We're talking, of course, about Anger Management, bowing on FX with back-to-back episodes (9/8c) following a 12-hour marathon of Two and a Half Men repeats (starting at 9 am/8c) selected — so we're told — by Charlie Sheen himself.
Anger Management star Charlie Sheen knows a thing or two about going off the rails.
Perhaps that's why the latest promo for the new FX comedy features Sheen stepping onto a railroad track and making a train derail.
The series, an adaptation of the 2003 movie of the same name, stars the former Two and a Half Men actor as an-ex baseball who has problems controlling his rage. So, naturally, he ends up becoming an anger management therapist himself.
Test audiences like Charlie Sheen's Anger Management
Check out the new promo for the series, which also stars...
Charlie Sheen will no doubt be happy about winning this round: Test audiences who viewed his upcoming FX series Anger Management gave it the thumbs up.
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.