In the third part of our goodbye to The Office, the cast and producers open up about the tough loss of the World's Best Boss Michael Scott, aka series star Steve Carell. After rising from network underdog to Best Comedy Series Emmy winner in Season 2, The Office solidified its status as one of the top comedies on TV. In 2007, NBC moved the series to its prized Thursday-at-9 timeslot. The following year, the network hand-picked The Office to air immediately following Super Bowl XLIII. However, the show was about to face a huge blow...
With Lindsay Lohan starting a 90-day stint in rehab on Thursday, we're hoping that once she gets out in August, she can keep herself busy and gainfully employed with a return to TV.
Lohan's last TV appearance on pal Charlie Sheen's Anger Management in April was a modest success. She played a caricature of her public persona -- named Lindsay, of course -- who consults Charlie (Sheen) for anger counseling, complete with shtick references to her notorious personal life, including drugs (donut powder mistaken for cocaine) and court dates. Despite receiving a mixed chorus of jeers, the Anger Management gig got this endorsement from Newsday: "There was an ember of something that seemed totally lost in all the coverage, headlines and nonsense of the last few years: Lohan actually has some talent."
Those who write off Twitter as a collection of mundane updates and banal musings clearly aren't following the right people. If you curate those who you follow correctly, your feed will inspire constant shock and awe. Need some suggestions to spruce up your account? Here are the seven craziest celeb tweeters you should follow:
Charlie Sheen, Sam Sheen
Who's the bully now? After claiming that his daughter Sam, 9, was bullied out of school and called a liar, Charlie Sheen has posted "a legitimate call to arms" on Twitter, asking his fans to send "a rotted egg, a roll of toilet paper, or some dog sh—" to the school "with extreme prejudice."
Sofia Vergara is making it rain — with bullets, that is.
The Modern Family actress uses her assets as an assault weapon by donning a machine gun bra in the new poster for Robert Rodriguez's upcoming Machete Kills, the sequel to his 2010 film Machete. And if the poster (first revealed by Entertainment Weekly) is any indication, Vergara's character, Desdemona, isn't shy about unleashing her arsenal.
Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen has already paid a portion of Lindsay Lohan's taxes, and now he's offering to officially be her mentor, TMZ reports.
Vanilla Ice: Rapper, reality show star and ... YouTube star? Maybe someday soon!
The singer, born Rob Van Winkle, performed with some of YouTube's biggest musical stars at the Hollywood Palladium Sunday night for the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards, which celebrates the best of online programming. The collaboration was an anxious affair though because he had only met crooner Chester See, musician Mike Tompkins and Epic Rap Battles of History's Nice Peter the night before. "We had no game plan but put everything together last night. It was so sloppy, I can't even tell you," Van Winkle told TVGuide.com....
Charlie Sheen has a message for former LAPD officer and accused murderer Christopher Dorner: Call me.
Rules of Engagement
The last time Tom Hertz looked forward to the Super Bowl ending was 2007. His show Rules of Engagement premiered the next day to what remains its best numbers ever. Six years later, Hertz found himself in a similar position. Rules' seventh — and perhaps final — season premieres Monday (8:30/7:30c, CBS).
"I am shocked we didn't get [the post-Super Bowl slot]," Hertz jokes to TVGuide.com. "But if this it, then I guess we've come full circle. It's been a long, windy road."
Winter TV: Get the scoop on your favorite returning shows
Or more like bumpy. The well-rated sitcom has lived a topsy-turvy existence, between its schedule-hopping, bubble status and lack of a permanent timeslot. Even its 13-episode Season 7, which will bring the show to 100 episodes, was hard ...
Patrick J. Adams
Winning the battle was only half the story — or, in this case, the season. USA Network's Suits returns Thursday (10/9c) to finish out a second year, its momentum from the crackling first half of the season somewhat stalled by the four-month break. Nothing in the first two new episodes quite matches the tension of the summer run, which was dominated by a suspenseful in-house battle for control of the Pearson Hardman (now minus Hardman) law firm.