Laura Bell Bundy
How I Met Your Mother alum Laura Bell Bundy is joining Anger Management as a new series regular, FX announced Monday.
Bundy will play...
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Brian Austin Green
Brian Austin Green has joined the cast of Anger Management as a series regular, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Green, who most recently starred on the short-lived TBS show The Wedding Band, will reprise his guest role as Sam, the boyfriend of Charlie's ex-wife Jen (Shawnee Smith).
Selma Blair and Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen and the rest of FX's Anger Management team are wasting no time in finding a replacement for Selma Blair, who was fired from the show last week after clashing with Sheen on the set.
According to the casting call, as reported by Entertainment Weekly, the show is seeking a "sexy" and "gorgeous" actress in her 30s or 40s, preferably Latina or Caucasian, to play a "by the book psychiatrist" who will publish a sex research study alongside Charlie (Sheen).
Selma Blair is officially exiting FX's Anger Management.
"We are confirming that Selma Blair will not be returning to Anger Management and we wish her the very best," a rep for Lionsgate Television confirmed to TVGuide.com.
Report: Charlie Sheen feuding with Selma Blair on Anger Management set
Charlie Sheen, Selma Blair
Selma Blair's future on FX's Anger Management may be in jeopardy after a disagreement with the show's star, Charlie Sheen, according to TMZ.
Selma Blair, Charlie Sheen
To say Selma Blair made an impression during her audition for Anger Management might be an understatement.
In this exclusive clip from the Charlie Sheen comedy's Season 1 DVD (available Tuesday, Jan. 8.), Sheen, Blair and executive producer Bruce Helford share behind-the-scenes scoop from Blair's audition for the role of Kate, Charlie's therapist, best friend whom he's also sleeping with. "I remember she read with her...
Web Therapy's Fiona Wallice is crude, rude and she finally wants to become a better person in Season 2. But can she?
"Fiona sees her sister (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) for therapy and her sister destroys her, but in an unobvious way," Lisa Kudrow, who plays Fiona, tells TVGuide.com. "So Fiona starts rethinking her whole life and the next time we see her she's in bed, in tears, no makeup, pajamas — just a mess. And we've never seen her like that."
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And unsurprisingly, it will be short-lived.
Daniela Bobadilla and Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen returned to the spotlight Thursday with the premiere of his new FX sitcom Anger Management. And while many will be waiting Friday to see how his much-hyped project fared in the ratings, it's clear that Sheen is much more concerned with how Anger Management fares with the public. But is the series really Sheen's great acting swan song or just a ploy to remake his tarnished image? We look at the evidence presented in the series premiere:
Before Two and a Half Men and tiger blood: A Charlie Sheen timeline
Exhibit A: His Daughter
On Two and a Half Men, steadfast bachelor Charlie Harper rarely missed an opportunity to...
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.