On “Piers Morgan,” Charlie Sheen revealed he’s a former gun enthusiast who now supports President Obama’s call for stricter gun controls.
On "Fallon," Charlie Sheen drew back the curtain on a portion of his life we knew few details about - a sitcom deal with FX that is one of the best in the TV business. Watch …
On the "Letterman" show, Charlie Sheen said he'd love to appear one last time on "Two and a Half Men," but then he bad-mouthed the show about two seconds later. Watch …
With speculation mounting about whether or not producers at "Two and a Half Men" will bring back longtime co-star Angus T. Jones following his rant against the show on YouTube, the actor may already have a gig lined up with a familiar face. Former series star Charlie Sheen told ABC News that not only does […]
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - FX released its early 2013 premiere schedule Wednesday, including dates for the second season of Charlie Sheen's sitcom "Anger Management" and the fourth season of the Timothy Olyphant lawman drama "Justified." The premiere schedule kicks off with "Justified" on Tuesday, January 8 at 10 p.m. The season will find Olyphant's character, […]
After trashing his series "Two and a Half Men" in a video yesterday, calling the sitcom "filth" and urging audiences not to watch the show, Angus T. Jones is apologizing to the cast and crew if they took any offense to his comments. TMZ received the actor's statement about the controversy, which doesn't retract what […]
The teenage actor who stars in “Two and a Half Men” and called the CBS comedy “filth” may have some time before he faces the show’s producers.
The set of the comedy "Two and a Half Men" seems like anything but a laugh riot, even in the post-Charlie Sheen era. The CBS sitcom is being blasted - by one of its own stars. This time, the unhappy camper is the kid "Half" of the cast, Angus T. Jones, who says he wants […]
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - Here's a deal Charlie Sheen isn't mad at: the FX series "Anger Management" is getting syndicated to Fox Television Stations beginning in September 2014 - after airing for just one season. The Fox stations will have plenty of episodes to re-air. Under an unusual deal, the series was picked up for […]
When Ashton Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen on the hit comedy “Two And a Half Men,” he also took his place as television’s highest-paid actor, according to Forbes’ annual survey released on Wednesday.