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Looks like Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards are on the outs again. The Anger Management actor, 49, went off on his second ex-wife, 44, in a no-holds-barred, vulgar Twitter rant on Sunday, June 21, slamming her as the "worst mom alive" and an "evil terrorist sack of landfill rash." Sheen — who has two kids with the Wild Things actress, daughters Sam, 11, and Lola, 10 — addressed his ex in what he called an "open letter to the media" on Father's Day. "Denise Richards is a [...] »
It does not appear to be a happy Father's Day for Charlie Sheen's family. The 49-year-old Anger Management star posted a series of messages to Twitter on Sunday in which he addressed two of his ex-wives, Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller. Read More 15 Hot Hollywood Dads That Are Total DILFs "Brooke M is a sexy [rock] star whom I adore; D Richards a heretic washed-up piglet Shame pile," he wrote. "Happy Father's Day!!!" He followed that up two hours later with a longer diatribe, in which he referred to Richards as "a shakedown
- Ryan Gajewski
The 49-year-old star was axed from the show because of his erratic antics and public ranting about showrunner Chuck Lorre in 2011 and he now knows he behaved wrongly and should have been “more humble”.
Asked if he regrets how his time on the show ended, he said: “Yeah, I should have been a little more humble, more regretful, shouldn’t have attacked them like I did and I probably should have begged for my job back
“Beg is a colour I don’t wear well. I probably should have requested my job back.
“I think that what went down was fixable, and I made it irreparable.”
Charlie then went on to star in ‘Anger Management’ and enjoyed work on the 100-episode FX show.
He told ‘Extra': “It was an environment of compassion, of creativity of love… »
- The Hollywood News
The Muppets are back, and it’s hard to bet against them in any situation.
This time around, the show is self-described as a “more adult” version of the idea, one that is not strictly based on a variety show, but the behind-the-scenes story of their lives. It’s personal now, much like many of their films, and according to the sneak peek trailer, there’s a page out of the Ted playbook involved as well.
The show also seems to be throwing some wrenches into the traditional view of what’s going on in these lives we’ll be examining, especially in terms of the fact that Kermit has “moved on.”
There will obviously be lots of long-term and guest humans in play here, and at least some of these humans are pretty seriously intertwined in the lives of our band of usual suspects.
- Marc Eastman
ABC continues its commitment to great storytelling with the announcement of its 2015-16 slate of programming, including the addition of 10 new series. Paul Lee, president, ABC Entertainment Group, will unveil the network's new lineup to the advertising and media communities this afternoon at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Here's what Paul Lee had to say in a statement.
"Our new slate of shows continues the momentum from last year. ABC was the most buzzed about network, and the only major network to hold on to its audience and to grow in the target demo. Our 2015-16 schedule, with new shows and returning favorites that reflect our commitment to world-class storytelling, will solidify ABC's place as the network that raises the bar for what viewers expect from broadcast television.
ABC is the only major network to increase its Adult 18-49 audience during the 2014-15 season. ABC delivered 7 of the Top »
Last week, ABC issued a series order for a brand new TV series centering on The Muppets, while releasing the first photo of Kermit the Frog and Gonzo. During the network's official upfront presentation today, ABC released the first trailer, which shows The Muppets like we've never seen them before. Utilizing the documentary format from hit programs such as The Office, this new series will give fans a behind-the-scenes look at The Muppets' lives.
return to primetime with a contemporary, documentary-style show. For the first time ever, a series will explore the Muppets' personal lives and relationships, both at home and at work, as well as romances, breakups, achievements, disappointments, wants and desires. This is a more adult Muppet show, for "kids" of all ages. Bill Prady ("The Big Bang Theory") and Bob Kushell ("Anger Management") are co-writers and executive producers. Randall Einhorn ("Wilfred"), Bill Barretta, Debbie McClellan and »
The upcoming small screen O.J. Simpson story has found its momager.
The former "Anger Management" actress joins a large roster of previously announced stars, including Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark, Cuba Gooding Jr. as O.J., John Travolta as Robert Shapiro, David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian, Courtney B. Vance as Johnnie Cochran, Jordana Brewster as Denise Brown, and Connie Britton as Faye Resnick.
Photos: Reality Matriarch Kris Jenner
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Access Hollywood)
Ryan Murphy has decided to keep up with the Kardashians.
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American Crime Story, from American Horror Story creator Murphy, got a straight-to-series order in October — with a 10-episode first season focusing on the murder trial of NFL star Simpson, who was accused and ultimately acquitted of killing his wife Nicole Brown Simpson.
Jenner, for those who don’t know, »
Cruel Intentions or perfect casting? Selma Blair has signed on to play Kris Jenner in the FX’s upcoming event series American Crime Story: The People V Oj Simpson, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Anger Management star, 42, will play the now-famous momager in the miniseries, which will follow the 1994 court case of retired football star O.J. Simpson, who was on trial for the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. Jenner, now 59, was recently divorced from Simpson’s attorney, the late Robert Kardashian (played by [...] »
Just one month after a new Muppets TV show was announced, ABC has officially given a series order for the currently-untitled program. The new series, which is rumored to take place behind-the-scenes of a Muppets Late Night talk show, will be a documentary-style comedy, in the same vein as The Office, that explores the personal and professional lives of The Muppets. The series will follow their relationships, breakups, hopes, dreams and desires in what is being crafted as a more adult-themed Muppets show.
When the pilot was presented to ABC, it was reportedly met by a standing ovation by network executives. Given the vast number of Muppets out there, it isn't known if all of these characters will eventually appear on the show, but today we have the first photo featuring Kermit the Frog and Gonzo. It also hasn't been confirmed if the show will debut this fall or in midseason, »
Like the forthcoming series’ already announced castings, not much is known about Mason’s character. Our sister site Deadline, which broke the news, reports that Ruben Blades is in negotiations to play her alter ego’s dad.
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The companion series stars Cliff Curtis (Gang Related), Kim Dickens (Deadwood), Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam Carey (The 100) and Elizabeth Rodriguez (Orange Is the New Black) as Los Angeles residents in the early days of the walker takeover. »
With production on ABC’s planned Muppets reboot underway, Bob Kushell (Anger Management) has been giving us an inside look at the creation of the pilot via his Instagram account with a series of behind-the-scenes images…
The new take on the Muppets is described as “a contemporary, documentary-style show that—for the first time ever—will explore the Muppets’ personal lives and relationships, both at home and at work, as well as romances, break-ups, achievements, disappointments, wants and desires; a more adult Muppet show, for kids of all ages.”
- Gary Collinson
Step aside, Camille Braverman: Craig T. Nelson is setting his sights on someone new.
The former Parenthood patriarch has joined Netflix’s upcoming comedy Grace and Frankie in a recurring role, per The Hollywood Reporter.
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Coming off 100 episodes of FX’s Anger Management, Noureen DeWulf has been cast as a regular in another half-hour project, CBS' untitled hybrid comedy pilot written by former Modern Family executive producer Dan O'Shannon and Peter Warren. Directed by Pam Fryman, the ensemble project revolves around a group of friends and family at three different times in their lives. DeWulf will plat Sabrina, Andrew's (Adam Brody) co-worker and good friend at 25, his even closer friend… »
It looks like the Muppets may be heading back to the small screen, with The Hollywood Reporter revealing that The Big Bang Theory co-creator Bill Prady is developing a reboot of The Muppet Show, which is being eyed as a straight-to-series variety show at ABC.
According to the site, a pilot presentation is being filmed next week, with Prady co-writing alongside Bob Kushell (Anger Management) and Randall Einhorn (Wilfred) directing. The project will bring back the original cast of Muppets, who “excitedly gather at ABC for a meeting about the new Muppet Show. However, the show will not move forward unless Miss Piggy signs on.”
The original Muppet Show was produced by Jim Henson for the UK’s ITV, with the show running for 120 episodes across five seasons between 1976 and 1981.
- Gary Collinson
ABC has ordered a pilot presentation with “Muppets” characters from “Big Bang Theory” co-creator Bill Prady and “Anger Management’s” Bob Kushell, the network said on Friday. Details on the project are scarce, but if the presentation is well received it may be ordered straight to series. The “Muppets” TV iteration is produced by ABC Studios and The Muppets Studios, which Disney owns along with all of the “Muppets” properties originally created by Jim Henson. The project is being described as a behind-the-scenes comedy involving classic “Muppets” characters like Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and others. The proof of concept presentation is set. »
- L.A. Ross
After a successful return to the big screen with 2011's The Muppets and last year's sequel Muppets Most Wanted, The Muppets are returning to the small screen with a new TV series from The Big Bang Theory co-creator Bill Prady and Anger Management writer-producer Bob Kushell. ABC has ordered a comedy pilot presentation for the new Muppets TV series, which Deadline reports will be set behind-the-scenes of a late-night talk show. Both Bill Prady and Bob Kushell will executive produce, with Bob Kushell serving as showrunner, should it get picked up to series.
Disney-owned The Muppets Studios is co-producing with ABC Studios. Disney bought the Muppets character rights back in 2004, but this is the first we've heard of a new Muppets TV series. Of course, the franchise first started on the small screen with several of the characters appearing on Sesame Street when it debuted in 1969, before creator Jim Henson »
It's time to play the music and it's time to light the lights again! The Muppet Show is the latest show poised for a reboot. Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the gang could be coming back with a new series on ABC from some top-notch talent. The Big Bang Theory's Bill Prady and Anger Management and Suburagtory veteran Bob Kushell, Muppets guru Bill Barretta and Randall Einhorn of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Nurse Jackie fame are on board as executive producers. Einhorn, who has directed countless of your favorite shows including Fargo, The Office, Always Sunny and Parks and Recreation, will direct the pilot presentation set to film in Los Angeles next week. E! News has learned the project is still in »
It’s time to play the music. It’s time to light the lights. The Muppet Show is coming back. We’ve heard rumors about a Muppet Show reboot for months now, and today TV Line is reporting that the show is definitely in the works at ABC with The Big Bang Theory co-creator Bill Prady acting as co-writer and executive producer. ABC will apparently shoot a pilot presentation for The Muppet Show reboot this month with the working title Muppets 2015, after which they’ll make a final decision about whether to order it to series. Per TV Line, the logline for the redo is as follows: “The Muppets gather excitedly at ABC for a meeting about the new Muppet Show. However, the show will not move forward unless Miss Piggy signs on.” [caption id="attachment_437203" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via ABC[/caption] Anger Management alum Bob Kushell will serve as showrunner, executive producer, and co-writer for the reboot, »
- Adam Chitwood
Another top brand from Disney’s portfolio may be getting a series treatment on ABC. The network has ordered a presentation for a comedy pilot featuring the Muppets. The presentation is being written by veteran comedy showrunners Bill Prady, co-creator of blockbuster The Big Bang Theory, and Bob Kushell (Anger Management). Details about the premise are being kept under wraps, but I hear the show would be set behind the scenes of a late-night talk show, with most signature… »
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