It's been over a year since Charlie Sheen, 46, was fired from Two and a Half Men by producer Chuck Lorre and promptly replaced by Ashton Kutcher, but it looks like Sheen is "winning" again after the two-part premiere of his new show, Anger Management on FX, drew 5.
Now in its third season, CBS’s “geeky” comedy The Big Bang Theory is not only hitting its stride creatively, but it is gunning to be television’s most-watched comedy. Centered around two brilliant but socially awkward physicists, the show lovingly finds humor in the pair’s attempts to manage and make sense of their surroundings, all the while dealing with their equally intelligent (and often similarly misguided) friends, and the beautiful blonde across the hall who has taken a curious interest in them, much to the group’s delight.
If you thought Hugh Grant's negotiations with CBS meant it was time to table all that rampant speculation about who will replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men, think again. After Sheen's embittered public battle with the show's producers, it's become pretty clear that he will not return to the sitcom.
Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men costar, Jon Cryer, may be bearing the brunt of his outrage now that he's made it clear how he feels about Chuck Lorre, the show's producer, who is in talks with actor Rob Lowe about possibly signing on.
Actor Charlie Sheen, 45, opened up Tuesday morning about his relationship with live-in girlfriends Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin, whom he calls "The Natty" and "The Rach" or, collectively, "The Goddesses.