2012 Summer TV
May24

2012 Summer TV

It’s going on be a busy summer. A new “True Blood,” the debut of Aaron Sorkin’s “Newsroom,” the return, at last, of “Breaking Bad.” Charlie Sheen has a new comedy, Erica Durance has a new drama, Christopher Meloni has new fangs. Returning cable favorites from “Louie” to “Pretty Little Liars” to “White Collar” to “Falling Skies.” The rebirth...

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The JH Files (02/29/12)
Feb29

The JH Files (02/29/12)

EW reports that Juliet Landau, who played Drusilla in Buffy, is writing a five-issue comic-book miniseries based on the evil vampiress for Dark Horse Comics. Lucy Liu will play Watson to Jonny Lee Miler’s Sherlock Holmes in CBS’ pilot Elementary. Hallmark is launching Justin Bieber greeting cards. The Bieb turns 18 on Thursday. FX’s awesome animated spy series Archer has been renewed for a fourth season. Anger...

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Kutcher’s Character: Internet Billionaire
Aug03

Kutcher’s Character: Internet Billionaire

This is what CBS is saying about “Two and a Half Men:” New star Ashton Kutcher will play Walden Schmidt, “an Internet billionaire with a broken heart.” What CBS will not confirm: The new season begins with the death of Charlie Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, and a funeral. “Men” begins its ninth season on Sept. 19 with the first of a two-part kickoff that establishes Kutcher’s...

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Sheen Grabs ‘Anger Management’ Sitcom
Jul18

Sheen Grabs ‘Anger Management’ Sitcom

Charlie Sheen has a new TV gig. The former “Two and a Half Men” star has made a deal to return to series television in “Anger Management,” a new sitcom loosely based on the 2003 hit comedy feature of the same name. Lionsgate-owned Debmar-Mercury will distribute the series that will be produced by Lionsgate Television. Sheen, who will retain a significant ownership stake in the series, will play “a...

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The Killing: Will Charlie Bite The Dust?
Jun28

The Killing: Will Charlie Bite The Dust?

Charlie Harper is a dead man, if you believe the rumors. TMZ reports, citing sources connected to “Two and a Half Men,” that Charlie Harper will be killed off. The Website says that series creator Chuck Lorre reportedly wants to make sure Charlie Sheen (and his character, Charlie Harper) can never return to the show again. Sounds like a good plan… but make it funny. TMZ reports that one scenario has Harper driving...

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