Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones
Come Monday, Sept. 19, we will know the fate of Charlie Harper.
That's the day that Two and a Half Men will return to the air (obviously without Charlie Sheen). The network announced Wednesday that Sept. 19 will "officially open" its season, with the Season 7 premiere of How I Met Your Mother bowing at 8/7c, the Season 9 premiere of Two and a Half Men showing up at 9/8c, new show 2 Broke Girls debuting at 9:30/8:30c (a special time) and Hawaii Five-O returning for Season 2 at 10/9c.
Sept. 19 is not strictly the first time CBS will begin airing its fall slate of programming — Survivor: South Pacific is set to begin Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 8/7c.
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"Our playbook is pretty consistent: wherever and whenever possible we use established successful series to introduce new shows," said CBS prime-time executive Kelly Kahl. "We've also asked a couple of our strongest series to work overtime during premiere week in order to support the new series and bolster our performance"...
Bear Grylls and Jake Gyllenhaal
Will he be forced to drink his own urine?
Jake Gyllenhaal will guest-star on the season premiere of Man vs. Wild (Monday, July 11, 9/8c on Discovery) as he joins Bear Grylls on a two-day trek among ...
Will Smith has tapped Denzel Washington to star in The American Can, according to New York magazine's Vulture blog.
The film will be based on the true story of John Keller, who stayed behind in his New Orleans apartment complex to ward off looters and take care of residents unable to evacuate after the levees broke as a result of Hurricane Katrina...
In the latest riposte by Jon Stewart against Fox News Channel, Stewart answers the network's recent allegations of racism over his Herman Cain imitation with ... more racism-allegation provocations...
Twilight Saga: Eclipse leads the first wave of the Teen Choice Awards nominations that Fox announced Wednesday.
The latest film in the series, Eclipse racked up 12 nominations, including Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Stars Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are both up for Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, while Kristen Stewart will be competing for Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Stewart will compete against herself in the Choice Movie: Liplock category. She's nominated with both Lautner and Pattinson. Last year, The Twilight Saga: New Moon topped the awards with 12 wins.
House of Anubis
Nickelodeon's soap series House of Anubis has been renewed for a second season, the network confirms.
Airing in both the United States and the United Kingdom, House of Anubis follows eight students at an English boarding school who have to solve mysteries, including that of a missing classmate. Season 2 will focus on the group looking for a powerful and long-forgotten treasure.
Lady Gaga has been hit with a class-action lawsuit over wristbands sold via her website that are supposed to raise funds for Japanese earthquake relief, according to E! Online.
Ari Kresch, a lawyer for 1-800-LAW-FIRM, which filed the lawsuit, says Gaga deceived people when she claimed "all proceeds" from the $5 bracelets that read "WE PRAY FOR JAPAN" would go directly to Japan relief efforts. "There's a $3.99 shipping charge including packaging that weighed less than an ounce, so paying a $3.99 service charge for making a $5 donation is excessive since most of that costs about 50 cents," Kresch said.
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But shipping charges aren't the extent of the grievances...