House's Peter Jacobson and Grey's Anatomy's Brooke Smith are set to guest-star in the season finale of Law & Order: SVU, TVLine.com reports. Additionally...
Charlie Sheen is going to be surrounded by women — and we're not talking about his goddesses.
Noureen DeWulf is the latest lady to join the cast of his new FX comedy pilot Anger Management, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
Selma Blair to star opposite Charlie Sheen in FX's Anger Management
In Anger Management, produced by Bruce Helford (George Lopez), Sheen will play Charlie, a former baseball player with anger issues who becomes an unconventional anger management counselor. DeWulf...
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NBC's Thursday night lineup was once dubbed Must-See TV — and with shows like The Office, Community and Parks and Recreation leading the comedy block, it's hard to say things have really changed from the days when Friends and Seinfeld once held court. This makes it even more challenging for new comedy Whitney to gain its footing at 9:30/8:30c, a spot previously held by the likes of 30 Rock, which returns midseason, and the short-lived Outsourced.
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Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea (NBC)
Starring: Laura Prepon, Lenny Clarke
Summary: An outspoken, sexually aggressive young woman...