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).
FX has picked up a new untitled sitcom starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence as mismatched Chicago lawyers who develop an unlikely friendship. Much like FX's deals for...
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.
Charlie Sheen, Farrah Abraham
Farrah Abraham is not #winning in Charlie Sheen's eyes anymore.
After the Teen Mom-turned-porn star leaked their text conversation to TMZ in which she asked him on a date, Sheen sent Abraham a vicious rejection letter.
LeAnn Rimes will guest-star on Anger Management, In Touch reports.
Billy Burke and David Lyons
Revolution closed out its freshman season on a high note.
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With Lindsay Lohan starting a 90-day stint in rehab on Thursday, we're hoping that once she gets out in August, she can keep herself busy and gainfully employed with a return to TV.
Lohan's last TV appearance on pal Charlie Sheen's Anger Management in April was a modest success. She played a caricature of her public persona -- named Lindsay, of course -- who consults Charlie (Sheen) for anger counseling, complete with shtick references to her notorious personal life, including drugs (donut powder mistaken for cocaine) and court dates. Despite receiving a mixed chorus of jeers, the Anger Management gig got this endorsement from Newsday: "There was an ember of something that seemed totally lost in all the coverage, headlines and nonsense of the last few years: Lohan actually has some talent."
Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan is suiting up for her gig on Anger Management, but it's just not the suit you might imagine.