Charlie Sheen will be roasted on Comedy Central — on the same night that the revamped Two and a Half Men premieres.
The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen will air Monday, Sept. 19 at 10/9c — an hour after Season 9 of Men, with Sheen replacement Ashton Kutcher, debuts on CBS. The special will be taped Saturday, Sept. 10 in Los Angeles.
CBS sets premiere dates
"You could say I've been providing ...
Aaron Sorkin's adding some real political flavor to his HBO pilot: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s daughter, Kathleen "Kick" Kennedy, has been cast in Sorkin's More As This Story Develops, The New York Post reports.
The drama stars Jeff Daniels as the co-anchor of a cable news show who must deal with a new team after his fellow host takes most of the staff with him to a new gig. Kennedy joins Olivia Munn, Sam Waterston, Alison Pill, Emily Mortimer and Dev Patel in the project.
Olivia Munn, Alison Pill sign on for Aaron Sorkin's HBO pilot
A Stanford graduate, Kennedy, 23, has been studying ...
[WARNING: The following story contains possible spoilers for Season 2 of AMC's The Walking Dead and definite spoilers from the graphic novels. Read at your own risk.]
It's the most talked-about whisper since Lost went to TV heaven: What did The Walking Dead's Dr. Jenner tell Rick just before the survivors left the Centers for Disease Control in the Season 1 finale?
In the episode's closing moments, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his not-so-merry men learned that the CDC headquarters, their safe haven, was set to self-destruct. But before Dr. Jenner (Noah Emmerich) blew the place sky-high, he whispered something to Rick. Judging by Rick's reaction, Dr. Jenner's final words seem to be vitally important... and somewhat of a shock. But what did he say?
The Walking Dead creator on Season 2: "This world will get more dangerous"
Although the show won't return until the fall, the suspense is killing us. So we did some thinking — and some careful reading of Robert Kirkman's graphic novel upon which the show is based — and came up with our two best guesses. Then we took them straight to Kirkman, who, to our surprise, told us that one of our theories isn't far off! But which one? See what you think...
Jeff and Jordan, Big Brother
It's fair to say there has been a mixed reaction to CBS' announcement that Big Brother 13 would feature the return of "dynamic duos" from the show's past. For every fan thrilled by the prospect of seeing their favorite players again, there is another who would rather not spend another summer with Jessie, aka "Mr. Pectacular," admiring himself in the mirror.
Big Brother Season 13 to feature past "dynamic duos;" 8 houseguests revealed
Here at TVGuide.com, we see validity in each argument, but one thing is key: We want to watch game-players, not self-obsessed famemongers whose sole purpose is to stir the pot — and boost ratings — until the house kicks them out. So, in order for us to fully invest in this season's twist, casting of the returning twosomes is key.
Behold, the five teams we'd most enjoy watching again this summer...
In a new interview with GQ U.K., Daniel Radcliffe said he became "so reliant" on alcohol to get him through the later years of filming the Harry Potter films.
"I became so reliant on alcohol to enjoy stuff," Radcliffe told the magazine, according to a transcript from The Daily Mail. "There were a few years there when I was just...
Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham has received plenty of criticism about her role on the MTV reality series, but she says she still views herself as a role model.
"I believe I've earned that title," Farrah tells TVGuide.com. "I take time and give advice to other teen moms and teenagers ... and it helps their lives."
The Iowa native was first spotlighted on 16 and Pregnant before becoming one of four cast members on the spin-off. The only single girl of the group, Farrah eventually revealed that her daughter Sophia's father died months prior to her being born. When Season 3 premieres Tuesday (10/9c), cameras will once again follow Farrah, who tells us all about her breast augmentation and why she's "not a whore."
Lauren Cohan has a nasty habit of getting killed off popular sci-fi shows just as her star is on the rise. As Supernatural's Bela, she was devoured by Hell hounds and as The Vampire Diaries' Rose, she was killed by a werewolf bite (she was spared on Chuck after trying to kill Sarah).
But if her new Walking Dead gig follows the trajectory of the graphic novels from which the AMC series is based, Lauren may have found a job with stability — her Maggie Greene is among Farmer Hershel's fortunate few children who survive the zombie plague.<