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Two and a Half Men's Production Order Cut By Two Episodes

Charlie Sheen

Two and a Half Men's current season will be reduced from 24 to 22 episodes, because of Charlie Sheen's stint in rehab last month, The New York Times reports.

"Instead of doing 24 shows this year... read more

Report: Paula Abdul in Talks with NBC to Join Kenny Ortega Dance Series

Paula Abdul

TV's most wanted woman, Paula Abdul, may be heading to NBC for a new dance show, The Wrap reports.

Less than a week after negotiations for a Star Search reboot fell apart between the former American Idol judge and ABC, Abdul is in talks with... read more

Alan Cumming to Join The Good Wife as Series Regular Next Season

Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming will return for Season 2 of The Good Wife as a series regular, has confirmed.

The 45-year-old Tony-winning actor currently guest-stars on the legal drama as... read more

Rebranded IFC Unveils New Comedy Slate

Will Arnett and David Cross

In an attempt to rebrand itself, IFC is developing a new slate of comedic programming, highlighted by a real show from a fake-news organization and a sitcom from two Arrested Development alums.

IFC's new tagline: "Always on. Slightly off."

"It's a perspective and attitude we share with our audience, who crave the kinds of unconventional stories, characters, talent, execution, and above all, authenticity, we provide," Jennifer Caserta, executive vice president and general manager of IFC, said Tuesday in announcing the lineup.

Working together for the first time since their Arrested days, David Cross and Will Arnett will collaborate on ...
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VIDEO: iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove Takes on the Music World

iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove is moving into music. The 16-year-old tells, "I've always been kind of shy about singing, even though I loved it, [but] I had a really great time making my album." Watch Cosgrove chat about writing songs, how people can see her perform and why iCarly fans truly run the show.

Watch the video here.

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The Next Great Biopic? Watch the Trailer for Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

Ray Charles got one. So did Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. Hey, even Dewey Cox got one. So it's about time that Weird Al Yankovic's life story is immortalized in film.

The folks at Funny or Die have unveiled its latest creation, a fake trailer for the stirring Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (which is not coming to a theater near you).

Watch videos of Weird Al

Mocking every formulaic convention of the biopic — succeeding in his ...
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Biden on Health-Care Reform: "This Is a Big F---ing Deal"

Barack Obama and Joe Biden

Vice President Joe Biden welcomed Tuesday's historic health care passage with a historic gaffe, telling his boss on live television ...
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Nikki Blonsky Gets a Huge TV Break

Nikki Blonsky

Hairspray star Nikki Blonsky will headline ABC Family's new comedy series Huge, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Based on the book of the same name by Sasha Paley, Huge is about six teens and the staff at Wellness Canyon, a weight-loss camp. Blonsky will play the lead ...
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HBO Revisits the Louds for An American Family Movie

The Loud Family

America's first reality TV family is coming back to the small screen.

HBO and executive producer Gavin Polone have teamed up for the TV movie Cinema Verite, a behind-the-scenes look at the Loud family and An American Family, the groundbreaking PBS reality series that featured the family, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Shari Springer Berman and Bob Pulcini (American Splendor) will direct the ...
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Justified: Walton Goggins Breaks Down the Role That Almost Wasn't

Walton Goggins, Justified

Walton Goggins' portrayal of Justified's church-bombing white supremacist Boyd Crowder is a ball of menacing, psychopathic fun. And it almost didn't happen.

Six reasons you should be watching Justified

"I said no," Goggins tells "I wanted to be very careful about how I was seen on FX again. And I did not want to perpetuate a Southern stereotype. ... I said, 'I want this guy to be one of the smartest guys in the room.'"

That was certainly never true of Detective Shane Vendrell, the character Goggins so memorably played on FX's The Shield. "Boyd Crowder is much smarter than Shane — Boyd's IQ is off the chart," Goggins says... read more

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