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With ‘Mom,’ Chuck Lorre Finally Earned His Stripes as One of TV’s Top Auteurs

27 June 2016 2:40 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Comedy mastermind Chuck Lorre was an auteur all along. It just took “Mom” to make you realize it.

The CBS comedy, starring Allison Janney and Anna Faris as a mother and daughter both in recovery, is by far the most personal of Lorre’s career. The creator behind shows such as “Grace Under Fire,” “Dharma & Greg,” “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory” has been open about his own path to sobriety, a topic that is central to “Mom.”

“Broken people trying to repair their lives, I can relate to that,” Lorre recently told IndieWire. “I know a lot of people that can relate to the comedy in the repair business of a person’s life. I think we’re all in the process of doing a little mending.”

Lorre is still best known for “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory,” two megahits »

- Michael Schneider

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With ‘Mom,’ Chuck Lorre Finally Earned His Stripes as One of TV’s Top Auteurs

27 June 2016 2:40 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Comedy mastermind Chuck Lorre was an auteur all along. It just took “Mom” to make you realize it.

The CBS comedy, starring Allison Janney and Anna Faris as a mother and daughter both in recovery, is by far the most personal of Lorre’s career. The creator behind shows such as “Grace Under Fire,” “Dharma & Greg,” “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory” has been open about his own path to sobriety, a topic that is central to “Mom.”

“Broken people trying to repair their lives, I can relate to that,” Lorre recently told IndieWire. “I know a lot of people that can relate to the comedy in the repair business of a person’s life. I think we’re all in the process of doing a little mending.”

Lorre is still best known for “Two and a Half Men” and “The Big Bang Theory,” two megahits »

- Michael Schneider

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From 'Oitnb' to 'Lady Dynamite': TV's Mental Health Revolution

22 June 2016 10:35 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

In most episodes, Netflix's women-in-prison Orange Is the New Black plays like a series of deftly observed short stories, exposing how the females locked in Litchfield Penitentiary lived on the outside and landed themselves in the clink. And in the recently dropped new season, showrunner Jenji Kohan devotes one of these deep-dive tangents to a formerly minor inmate named Lolly (Lori Petty), a paranoid schizophrenic who catches a fellow inmate in a compromising position and promises to keep quiet. Though she'd previously been a source for punch lines and/or pre-violence tension, »

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Former Wonder Woman Lynda Carter to Appear on Supergirl - Find Out Her Exciting New Role!

22 June 2016 6:35 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Wonder Woman, meet Supergirl! It's official: Lynda Carter is set to appear in the second season of Supergirl, reports Entertainment Weekly.The actress, who famously played the fan-favorite superheroine Wonder Woman in the eponymous 1970s TV series, has landed an exciting new role on the CBS show when it moves to The CW this fall).Carter, 64, will play the President of the United States, who was mentioned in the season finale. Supergirl's executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg previously revealed their plans to include Carter on the show back in March, saying they had the "perfect role" for the actress. »

- Aurelie Corinthios

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‘Supergirl’ Casts ‘Wonder Woman’ Star Lynda Carter to Play President

21 June 2016 2:42 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Lynda Carter, who starred in the ’70s “Wonder Woman” television series, has been cast in a recurring role in the upcoming season of the CW’s “Supergirl.” Carter is set to play the President of the United States.

Executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg teased the casting in March, telling reporters that they had sought to cast Carter for the role last season, but that her schedule wouldn’t allow it. They added that they intended to make the casting happen in the upcoming second season.

Carter played the title superhero on “Wonder Woman” from 1975 to 1979. The show was among the first on television to feature a female superhero.

Carter is represented by managers Jeremy Katz of the Katz Company, Inc. and Dorit Simone of Dorit Simone Management & Productions. Her agent is Bobby Moses of Mavrick Artists Agency.

Carter last appeared on television in a 2013 episode of CBS’ “Two and a Half Men.” She »

- Daniel Holloway

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Lynda Carter Joins ‘Supergirl’ in Recurring Role

21 June 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Hail to the “Supergirl” Chief: “Wonder Woman” herself, Lynda Carter, has signed on to appear on multiple episodes of the series as it moves to The CW in Season 2.

But she won’t be playing the iconic comic book character this time. Carter will star as the President of the United States starting in episode 3.

The CW hasn’t shared any information beyond that, but Carter joins other actors from the DC Comics TV universe who have made their way to “Supergirl,” including Dean Cain. And, of course, current DC TV stars are now popping up, including Grant Gustin as “The Flash.”

Read More: Tyler Hoechlin Takes Flight as Superman on ‘Supergirl

Carter, of course, famously played “Wonder Woman” on the hit 1970s series. This also isn’t the first time Carter has made a return to the world of DC Comics on TV, as she also guested on an episode of “Smallville. »

- Michael Schneider

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Lynda Carter Joins ‘Supergirl’ in Recurring Role

21 June 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Hail to the “Supergirl” Chief: “Wonder Woman” herself, Lynda Carter, has signed on to appear on multiple episodes of the series as it moves to The CW in Season 2.

But she won’t be playing the iconic comic book character this time. Carter will star as the President of the United States starting in episode 3.

The CW hasn’t shared any information beyond that, but Carter joins other actors from the DC Comics TV universe who have made their way to “Supergirl,” including Dean Cain. And, of course, current DC TV stars are now popping up, including Grant Gustin as “The Flash.”

Read More: Tyler Hoechlin Takes Flight as Superman on ‘Supergirl

Carter, of course, famously played “Wonder Woman” on the hit 1970s series. This also isn’t the first time Carter has made a return to the world of DC Comics on TV, as she also guested on an episode of “Smallville. »

- Michael Schneider

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Lynda Carter Officially Joins Supergirl and Goes From Wonder Woman to President

21 June 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Ready for some wonderful Supergirl casting news? Lynda Carter, TV's Wonder Woman, has signed on to play the president of the United States. Carter will make her first appearance in episode three of the show's second season and recur from then on. Carter spent three seasons on Wonder Woman as the title hero and her alias Diana Prince on ABC and CBS series. Since hanging up her Golden Lasso of Truth in 1979, Carter has appeared in numerous TV shows, such as Law & Order: Svu and Hawkeye, as well as films including Super Troopers and Sky High. She appeared in The WB/CW's Smallville in a one-episode guest role in 2007 and recently popped up as herself on Two and a Half Men. Carter, 64, also tours the country singing »

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Wonder Woman joins the cast of 'Supergirl' as...

21 June 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The CW is really bringing out the big guns for Supergirl. Set for its big move to the network from CBS this fall, the series will officially introduce Kara Danvers' (Melissa Benoist's) famous cousin Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) to the series right out of the gate in the first two episodes of the season. But that's not all!  Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter, will join the cast as the President of the United States. Not since Battlestar Galactica's Laura Roslin have we been this excited for a commander in chief. Carter is locked for multiple episodes and will first appear in episode three. So one smooth move from Superman to Wonder Woman.   Carter was crowned Miss World America in 1972 and most famously played Wonder Woman from 1975-1979 in the now iconic television series. Supergirl has been known to bring in actors who've played superheroes previously as a tip of the hat to fans, »

- Roth Cornet

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Charlie Sheen Lists Biggest Regrets, Like ‘Ruining’ ‘Two and a Half Men’ (Video)

21 June 2016 7:10 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Charlie Sheen lives his life with several regrets, he told the “Today” show’s Matt Lauer Tuesday morning — including “ruining” his hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men.” “I regret not using a condom the one or two times when this whole thing happened,” he began in a list of semi-apologies, presumably referring to his HIV-positive status. “I regret ruining ‘Two and a Half Men.’ I regret not being more involved in my children’s lives growing up, which I am now. That’s about it.” The actor then tried to put a positive spin on things. “We can only move forward from. »

- Tony Maglio

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Charlie Sheen Compares Announcing HIV Diagnosis to "Being Released From Prison"

21 June 2016 6:50 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

For Charlie Sheen, hiding his HIV-positive diagnosis was a massive burden, emotionally and financially, to bear.  After making the national announcement on Today in late November after years living with the secret, the former Two and a Half Men actor had hoped that the reveal would put an end to alleged ongoing blackmailing and personal ridicule. Overall, the current Lelo Hex condoms spokesman certainly feels like a weight has been lifted from his life.  "It was like being released from prison," he told Matt Lauer of making the confession on live television. "[It] unearthed the stepping stones to a rubicon of change." As for those who were extorting Sheen, »

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'My Hero': Charlie Sheen Hails Dad Martin for Support amid Recent Turbulent Years

17 June 2016 9:45 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Charlie Sheen is certainly no angel, but while the Two and a Half Men star has become infamous for his erratic behavior and rock star lifestyle, there's always been one person to whom he can turn: dad Martin Sheen - and that includes his recent admission of being HIV-positive. "He is my hero," Charlie Sheen says on The Graham Norton Show, which will be broadcast Friday night in the U.K. "He is smart, compassionate and patient enough to know that at some point I'd find my way back home and he and my mom would be waiting for me. »

- Philip Boucher, @philipboucher

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'My Hero': Charlie Sheen Hails Dad Martin for Support amid Recent Turbulent Years

17 June 2016 9:45 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Charlie Sheen is certainly no angel, but while the Two and a Half Men star has become infamous for his erratic behavior and rock star lifestyle, there's always been one person to whom he can turn: dad Martin Sheen - and that includes his recent admission of being HIV-positive. "He is my hero," Charlie Sheen says on The Graham Norton Show, which will be broadcast Friday in the U.K. "He is smart, compassionate and patient enough to know that at some point I'd find my way back home and he and my mom would be waiting for me.""He »

- Philip Boucher, @philipboucher

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TV's Very Best Bikini Moments From Years Past

16 June 2016 12:30 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Summer hasn't even (officially) started yet, but bikini season is already in bloom. While there are plenty of sizzling TV moments on the horizon, there are even more hot scenes from series past. From Miley Cyrus getting her tan on in Two and a Half Men to Jessica Simpson canoodling with Ashton Kutcher in That '70s Show, we've rounded up some of the best bikini moments over the past years. Take a look, and if that's not steamy enough for you, check out all the best swimsuit shots in movies. »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Charlie Sheen Hopes Disclosing His HIV Diagnosis Will 'Contribute to Something That Really Matters'

14 June 2016 4:00 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Charlie Sheen may have become as well-known for his erratic behavior as his acting in recent years, but now the oft-controversial star - who in November revealed he was HIV-positive - wants to use his fame as a platform to advocate for sexual health. "I guess certain things happen for a reason," Sheen, 50, told People in an exclusive interview in New York City on Monday. "And maybe all of the stuff that I've done professionally, to garner such attention and fanfare and whatever else - good or bad - was sort of leading to a greater calling, a deeper calling, »

- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff

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‘Front Page’ Revival Adds Holland Taylor, Dylan Baker & Robert Morse To Ink-Stained Cast

9 June 2016 4:58 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

A starry list of stage and screen vets, several with marquee-quality drawing power from roles on popular TV shows, have joined the cast of The Front Page, the Scott Rudin-mounted revival with already-announced headliners Nathan Lane, John Slattery, Jefferson Mays and Sherie Rene Scott. Fresh to the bill are Holland Taylor (Two and a Half Men) and Robert Morse (Mad Men), along with Dylan Baker (The Good Wife, The Americans) and Patricia Conolly, Halley Feiffer, Dann… »

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Casual Season 2 Review

5 June 2016 11:48 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Six episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

In many ways, Casual, which returns to Hulu for its second season on June 7, is the quintessential modern television show. It’s a comedy void of any real punchlines, straddling genre in a manner that’s sure to baffle Emmy voters. Its talented cast makes the most of characters who are boldly unlikeable without having any real reason to be. And, it celebrates its distance from the traditional network model with all the swearing and foursomes one has come to expect from streaming television. While these factors made Casual a challenge to root for, a shift in focus allows the show to find its footing in season 2 without making any significant changes to its DNA.

Casual’s second season picks up a few months after its first run left off, with our core group trying to reassemble pieces of the relationships they shattered just weeks before. »

- Samantha White

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Norman Lear and Chuck Lorre on Censorship, Live Audiences — and Donald Trump

3 June 2016 6:15 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The Writers Guild Theater welcomed Norman Lear and Chuck Lorre for a panel discussion Thursday night, where the legendary TV writers covered censorship issues, taping in front of live audiences, casting triumphs and even Donald Trump.

“Every minute is another beginning,” said Lear–known for iconic comedies like “All in the Family,” “Good Times,” “One Day at a Time” and “The Jeffersons”–when asked to reflect on his illustrious TV career.

“Wherever you find human beings, you’ll find frailty and laughter,” Lear added, citing “the foolishness of the human condition” as a key influence in his writing.

The storied producers also dissected the evolution of TV, namely comedies’ deviation from the sitcom genre.

“Comedy wasn’t predicated on contrived situations. Even the word sitcom fell apart when he began to work,” Lorre said of Lear’s impact on the industry. “There was no more ‘sit’ in the ‘com,’ it »

- Alyssa Sage

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Can Johnny Depp’s Reputation Recover From Abuse Accusations?

31 May 2016 11:57 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

For almost thirty years, Johnny Depp has thrived as one of our most beloved and popular box office stars. But just as his latest feature, Walt Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” was being released worldwide last week, allegations of domestic abuse were put forth by his estranged wife, Amber Heard, raising questions about his career and reputation going forward. (The allegations came just days after Heard filed for divorce — and asked for spousal support — following a 15-month marriage.)

Depp was performing in Lisbon with his band Hollywood Vampires when Heard made her allegations. In his absence, his attorney, Laura Wasser, said in a court declaration that “Amber is attempting to secure a premature financial resolution by alleging abuse.”

A swarm of media converged on Los Angeles Superior Court on May 27 to cover the proceedings, in which a judge granted Heard a temporary restraining order that requires Depp to stay 100 yards away. »

- Ted Johnson

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Report: Days of Our Lives' Jen Lilley Leaving the Role of Theresa

31 May 2016 10:11 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Days of Our Lives‘ reigning scheme queen is abdicating her throne: Jen Lilley is reportedly leaving her role of troublemaking Theresa Donovan.

RelatedGeneral Hospital: Kirsten Storms’ Maxie Recast Temporarily With Days Vet

The actress joined NBC’s long-running daytime drama three years ago after temporarily stepping in for Days alumna Kirsten Storms as General Hospital‘s Maxie Jones. (As you know, Storms is again on a break from Gh, this time with Days vet Molly Burnett filling in for her.) Once among Salem’s lot, Lilley was thrust into one frontburner storyline after another, with only Eileen Davidson »

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