Get ready for more Louis C.K., Russell Brand and... Martin Sheen?
FX president and general manager John Landgraf addressed the Television Critics Association during its fall TV previews on Saturday, announcing that the cable network was experiencing growth in viewership as well as in developing original programming.
He's got a new show, a new attitude and more than a year after Charlie Sheen's firing from Two and a Half Men and subsequent media blitz, the actor says that that time in his life is firmly behind him.
"It's sort of like a dream I couldn't wake up from. It was like a train I couldn't get off of, but I was the conductor," Sheen told reporters at FX's Television Critics Association fall TV previews Saturday. "It's something that couldn't happen again. Not that...
The Amazing Spider-Man had an amazing opening day at the box office, grossing $35 million domestically on Tuesday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Marc Webb-directed reboot beat previous record holder Transformers, which grossed $27.9 on the same Tuesday in 2007.
Charlie Sheen is back on TV just a little over a year after getting the boot from his longtime sitcom home, Two and a Half Men. And while many (read: anyone not living under a rock) recall the long, strange trip Sheen took from Men to his new FX sitcom Anger Management (premiering Thursday at 9/8c), we decided to retrace the career highs and lows that came long before his tiger blood-infused media rampage, his standup comedy tour, and his recent resurgence:
As Anger Management launches, Charlie Sheen makes peace with Two and a Half Men
Badlands (October 1973): Look, Dad, I can act! Sheen made an un-credited appearance as...
Anger Management has yet to premiere, but Charlie Sheen already knows the show will be his final acting role.
"When I'm done with this business it's just going to be about soccer games and amusement parks," Sheen, 46, told The New York Times when asked about what he would do after...