Ever-more comfortable in its evolving cast, it's been some time since 'Two and a Half Men' confirmed that its eleventh season would feature the addition of Charlie Harper (Sheen)'s long-lost daughter to the cast, a role yet to be filled. Series creator Chuck Lorre recently spoke to the media about the new dynamic arriving from Charlie's daughter, and a potential role for 'Anger Management' castoff Selma Blair.
CBS sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre may be on his fourth airing show for the network with the debut of upcoming Anna Faris sitcom 'Mom,' but that hasn't stopped the freshman comedy from flexing its muscles with casting just yet. Erstwhile 'New Girl' guest and rom-com staple Justin Long has joined the cast, along with 'The Help' Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer, but who might the duo portray?
As you may have noticed, this is the week of Upfront presentations and today it's CBS who offered a peek at their fall 2013-2014 lineup. We're certainly inclined to check out Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar's single-camera 'The Crazy Ones,' as well as Chuck Lorre's latest show 'Mom,' Will Arnett's 'The Millers' and new dramas 'Hostages' and 'Intelligence,' so preview the newest offerings inside!
Just when you thought TV news might have stopped for the day, we're back again! CBS has issued their full list of new series pickups, very few of them any real surprise, but exciting nonetheless. In addition to Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' TV return 'Crazy Ones,' the eye has picked up Will Arnett's post 'Up All Night' sitcom, Chuck Lorre's 'Mom,' along with several new drama pilots, so get the inside scoop on CBS new lineup inside!
As if 'Two and a Half Men,' 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Mike & Molly' weren't enough, sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre has all-but-officially gained a new sitcom outlet at CBS. Sources report that Lorre's new Anna Faris-starring sitcom 'Mom' will soon receive a series order from CBS, bringing together an impressive cast, but will 'Mom' perform as well as Lorre's other CBS offerings?
Many share mixed opinions about sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre, and his CBS comedy monopoly that includes 'The Big Bang Theory,' 'Two and a Half Men' and 'Mike & Molly,' but will upcoming pilot 'Mom' prove the most star-studded yet? In addition to comedienne Anna Faris in the lead role of the buzz-worthy pilot, veteran actress Allison Janney has signed on in the regular role of Faris' own 'Mom.' Find out the latest on Chuck Lorre's new sitcom 'Mom' inside!
As we roll toward the season of renewals, pilots and pickups, CBS has a great question hanging over its head with regard to the fate of 'Two and a Half Men.' Having survived two additional seasons past Charlie Sheen, the show may face additional departures as its looks toward a potential eleventh season. Yet if 'Two and a Half Men' were to come to an end in the near future, might all be forgiven enough to allow Charlie Sheen a brief return to the series before a potential finale? Sheen speaks out on his 'Two and a Half Men' future inside!
A few weeks ago we heard that sitcom magnate, and 'Two and a Half Men, 'Mike & Molly' and 'The Big Bang Theory' creator Chuck Lorre was looking to get even deeper into the CBS pool, developing new female-centric sitcom 'Mom.' At the time it was thought that 'Mom's' development could mean the end of one of his other series, but now it seems all four might be on track. We've just learned acclaimed comedienne and Hollywood star Anna Faris has signed on to play the titular mother, but what's 'Mom' all about?
Whether we like them or not, there's no denying that Chuck Lorre sitcoms like 'Two and Half Men,' 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Mike & Molly' dominate in the ratings, and in some cases, awards. 'Two and a Half Men' however might not continue on past...
Is 'The Big Bang Theory' about to graduate into cold-hard facts of life? It's not as crazy as it sounds, based on sitcom magnate Chuck Lorre's new deal with Warner Bros. TV! The 'Two and a Half Men' creator has just inked a new contract that will allow Lorre to push into drama, as well as feature film, but will it mean short-changing all his beloved sitcoms? Can Sheldon Cooper translate to the real world?