Chuck Lorre, best known for creating Two and a Half Men and co-creating The Big Bang Theory, is taking on slightly different material than we’d typically expect of him. The TV mogul is behind a new adaptation of Tom Wolfe‘s The Bonfire of the Vanities. Show More Summary
Tom Wolfe's 1987 bestseller about 1980s New York City, The Bonfire of the Vanities, is being adapted into a drama series for Amazon. That's not surprising, since Bonfire is a searing "critique of the excesses of the era", but what is shocking is that Chuck Lorre, successful sitcom creator of Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory, is developing it. [ more › ]
Okay, so, back in 2011 when Vulture suggested that someone could make a good Bonfire of the Vanities mini-series, we didn't exactly expect the man behind The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men to be involved. And yet, in 2016, here we are. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Chuck Lorre is ... More »
Two and a Half Men alumna Marin Hinkle will co-star opposite Rachel Brosnahan, Tony Shalhoub and Michael Zegen in Amy Sherman-Palladino's Amazon dramedy pilot The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Set in the 1950s, the project centers on Miriam...Show More Summary
I wasn’t going to write anything about the Emmys because, frankly, I really don’t give a shit about them. Sure, I love television, but the Emmys are a total farce. Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men have won like a million Emmys, yet Buffy the Vampire Slayer has like one for writing […] Kevin Spacey’s Piece was the Star of the Emmys was originally published in HecklerSpray
Crackle has announced that it’s working on a new film for its library of digital exclusive movies, with Charlie Sheen set to star in Mad Families. The comedy—which sees the former Two And A Half Men and Anger Management star play toShow More Summary
The latest comedy from the man behind successful syndicated launches for “Two and a Half Men,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “Mike & Molly” is “Mom,” which is now sold in 92% of the U.S. for next fall, TVNewsCheck reports....
Back in 2011, when we were young and innocent enough to be shocked by Charlie Sheen's shenanigans, Hugh Grant was in the running to replace him on Two and a Half Men. As Grant explained on Howard Stern, the show's producers approached him for a part, but they never really ... More »
Charlie Sheen has garnered a following over the years for his role on Two And A Half Men, which he performed wonderfully for eight years. However, he got the sack in 2011 after a shocking two-week meltdown that saw him viciously attack his boss Chuck Lorre. Show More Summary
She's also appeared as an actress in Castle, Grey's Anatomy, Glee and Two and Half Men.
Not too long ago, Charlie Sheen was one of the most popular comedians on television thanks to his role on Chuck Lorre’s Two And A Half Men. However, in 2011, CBS and Warner Bros decided to fire him from the sitcom, stating that he was engaging in dangerous and self destructive behavior. Show More Summary
This should be interesting! Seven months after revealing he is HIV positive, Charlie Sheen is ready to go back to TV — but don't be expecting no sitcom! According to reports, the Two and a Half Men alum is shopping a reality show about living with the virus and "his life in general." Wow! Video: Charlie Sheen Regrets [...]
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Charlie Sheen has admitted to feeling a sense of relief now that the public is fully aware of his HIV positive status. In fact, the former Two and a Half Men star told Today‘s Matt Laurer that his admission of being HIV positive gave him a feeling similar to being released from prison. Show More Summary
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Amidst all of the personal stuff, Sheen also shockingly admitted he regrets what happened on the set of Two and a Half Men so many years ago. Here's what he had to say.
Charlie Sheen has few regrets — but “ruining” his hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” is one of them. Sheen let that slip when he returned to the “Today” show Tuesday, seven months after going public with his HIV-positive status. The 50-year-old actor said it was like being “released from prison” last...
Back in November of 2015, Charlie Sheen shocked the world by revealing he had HIV in a candid interview with Today's Matt Lauer. On Tuesday, he returned to the daytime talk show to give an update on his condition. Related: Charlie Sheen Gets His Own Line Of Personalized Emojis At one point Matt asked about the Anger Management [...]
Charlie Sheen has been making some pretty heavy admissions as of late in regards to not only his HIV positive state and life, but also in regards to his regrets and hopes for his future. The former Two and a Half Men star recently returned to the Today show Tuesday morning after revealing his HIV... Show More Summary
Seven months after he revealed he was HIV-positive, Charlie Sheen went back on "Today" to talk about living with the illness and what has changed since the initial interview. Publicly announcing his HIV-positive status was like " being...Show More Summary