Kristin Kreuk is going magic all up in this bitch.
In the new episode of his “Sheen’s Korner” web series, Sheen gave his audience what they wanted: craziness, somewhat higher production values, and more craziness.
If you’re a potential series like “Alcatraz,” how do you escape from pilot prison into the TV schedule? Answer: a “Created by J.J. Abrams” tattoo.
A few other actors who have a chance at “winning” a lead on “Two and a Half Men.” The list includes John Stamos, Martin Sheen and… Heather Locklear?
Make no mistake, Jon Cryer is 100% bastard. At least that’s what Sheen says, and he appears pretty credible these days.
Just when I thought I was out…
Author Michael Chabon is teaming up with HBO and his wife, Ayelet Waldman, for a project about a group of con men and magicians who team up to fight Hitler during World War II. Yup.
Charlie Sheen is wasting our attention.
A little dash of Cary Elwes couldn’t make ‘Wonder Woman’ worse, could it?
“Party Down” actor Ken Marino is coming to CBS. Hopefully, it won’t be like when “The State” left MTV for CBS. *Shudders*
Jesus has signed on to play the lead in “Person Of Interest,” the CBS pilot from J.J. Abrams and Jonah Nolan.
Spike TV has partnered with Taiwanese company NMA to bring us a 30 minute special featuring CGI Charlie Sheen scenes (or “scheens” to use the abbreviation).
This is the coolest thing to happen since the mighty Gronyok was slain by Tyrus the Great.
Spacey. Fincher. Thatcher.
Elizabeth Hurley thinks Wonder Woman needs to be held down by force.
Who better to pen the definitive Charlie Sheen rap ballad than a white guy in a hipster scarf?
It’s a soapy drama that takes place in the swingin’ 60′s, about the lives of sexy stewardesses back when it was okay to call them that. And slap their butts in public.
This show is nothing like ‘Men of a Certain Age’, OK?
Last year’s school shooting went so well, they’re planning another.
Chuck Lorre just quit the “pukefest that everyone worships” via a rambling, humorless vanity card. His style is consistent if nothing else.
From the morning talk shows, to TMZ, to E! Online, “Good-Time Charlie” has been regaling the common man with tales of his wondrous lifestyle, while at the same time, delivering violent warnings to his enemies.
John Stamos is being courted by Les Moonves to step in as Charlie Sheen’s replacement on “Two and a Half Men.”
‘Shameless’ and ‘Episodes’ will both be returning for second seasons.
FX finally realizes that superheroes are awesome.
Don Johnson is sailing back into network TV waters. Now he’s trading his trademark white suit for whatever it is not-gay Beverly Hills hairdressers wear.
Charles Sheen’s descent into madness from his tropical island paradise continues.
Even a host has his favorites.
CBS foresaw the problem potential of hanging the livelihoods of hundreds on a raving madman and decided to get a series finale in the can in case of Sheenmergency.
Since it looks like we won’t be seeing new episodes of “Two and a Half Men” any time soon, if ever (fingers crossed) we decided that now would be a great time to take a look back fondly at the five greatest “Two and a Half Men” moments. Yes, it was difficult, but we actually found five.