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Cheers & Jeers: Two and a Half Men — The Sheen is Off

Charlie Sheen

Jeers to Two and a Half Men for treating its star's dead-serious self-destruction as a joke.

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CBS' inexplicably long-running sitcom continues to make light of Charlie Sheen's real-life debauchery, even as his alarmingly gaunt and haggard appearance reflects the toll it's taking on him... read more

NBC/Universal's Golden Globes Party: Seen and Heard

Alison Sweeney

Alison Sweeney and Jillian Michaels are not only professional colleagues, but the host of The Biggest Loser told TV Guide Magazine how much the tough trainer has helped her personally. "Jillian's done a lot to inspire me, and she's given me so many great tips," said Sweeney. "I know how she comes across on TV, but I texted her the other day and was like... read more

HBO's Golden Globes After Party: Seen and Heard

Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks

A smiling Tom Hanks, producer of The Pacific and Big Love, arrived at 8pm, arm in arm with wife Rita Wilson. They were happy, despite losing in the Best TV Movie or Mini-Series category to Carlos.

The Fighter's Mark Wahlberg, dapper in Armani with wife Rhea Durham on his arm said... read more

Big Love Illness Revealed

Bill Paxton

Spoiler alert! The Henricksons just can't catch a break. During the final season of polygamist drama Big Love, the biggest problem the family should be facing is the fallout of bringing their secret life into the open. But that would be far too easy. TV Guide Magazine has learned that Bill's mother, Lois (played to perfection by Grace Zabriskie), is going to add a little drama to an already stressful situation when a case of... read more

Roush Review: Gervais the Golden Viper

Ricky Gervais

Did everyone enjoy Sunday night's barbeque at the Beverly Hilton? By which of course I mean Ricky Gervais slaughtering any number of sacred cows while torching some of Hollywood's most prodigious egos. As host of the otherwise innocuous Golden Globe Awards for the second (and possibly last) time, he didn't just bite the proverbial hand, he spit it back out and mocked it again for good measure.

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On a night of glittery hype where so little feels authentic... read more

Sam Witwer: The New Vampire in Town

Sam Witwer

As a proud sci-fi geek, you'd think that Sam Witwer (Smallville, Battlestar Galactica) would jump at the chance to play Aidan, a sexy 257-year-old bloodsucker in Syfy's reworking of Being Human, the BBC hit about three supernatural roomies. As it turns out, not so much... read more

Everything You Need to Know About Harry's Law

Harry's Law

David E. Kelley, the Emmy-winning writer and producer behind TV hits Ally McBeal, The Practice and Boston Legal, has created yet another quirky new legal drama (his specialty!). Harry's Law stars Kathy Bates as a burned-out patent attorney who runs a storefront criminal-defense firm. Kelley briefs us on what we need to know about his latest legal eagle.

Harry was supposed to be a man.
"We didn't find the actor we thought embodied everything Harry should or could be, so we opened the field up to women and, as soon as we did, Kathy's name leaped to the top of the list," he says about casting the Oscar winner.... read more

Keck's Exclusives: Dynasty Heads to the Big Screen

Dynasty

Dynasty creators Richard and Esther Shapiro are putting the finishing touches on a film script that would be a prequel to their 1980s oil drama, focusing on the 1960s love story between twentysomething Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) and teen Alexis Morrell (Joan Collins).

"It seems to be the right time, with Sex and the City and some of the other TV shows having jumped to the big screen," says Richard, adding that "everyone has always wanted to know the beginnings of Blake and Alexis, who was in love with him throughout the series."

The film opens with Blake battling his half siblings upon discovering he's a Carrington ... read more

Anne Hathaway to Play Kurt's Lesbian Aunt on Glee

Anne Hathaway

While Glee star Chris Colfer kept his composure when he went on stage to collect the Golden Globe for Best Performance for an Actor in a Supporting Role on Sunday night, he couldn't hide his excitement about the idea of having Anne Hathaway become part of his television family. "Anne Hathaway as a lesbian — just that sentence is awesome!" Colfer told TV Guide Magazine at the Fox Golden Globe Awards Post Show Celebration on January 16. "I think she wants to be... read more

Roush Review: Remakes and a Retread

Being Human

Does no one have an original idea in TV land anymore? Judging from tonight's latest batch of mid-season offerings, it hardly appears so. Programmers have either gone to England for inspiration, rarely improving on the source material, or back to the drawing board of tried-and-true formats like the courtroom drama, resulting in an unhappy epidemic of deja view viewing.

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The best of tonight's premieres is Syfy's remake of Being Human (9/8c), and even it is a pale imitation of the provocative British original. Given the relatively limited reach of BBC America... read more

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