"Two and a Half Men" Comes to an End for good, Thursday, February 19 at 9PM.
After 12 seasons and 262 episodes, "Two and a Half Men" -- the longest running live-action sitcom on television -- comes to an end for good, Thursday, February 19 at 9PM.
CBS and the producers have been very hush-hush about what will happen, but rumors have swirled that original star Charlie Sheen will make an appearance.
"We're going to have a finale that you'll be very, very pleased with," said executive producer Chuck Lorre. "And that's all I'm going to say about it."
The finale one hour episode is called "Of Course He's Dead – Part One and Part Two," and it either it's a case of bait-and-switch with CBS really wanting us to think that Charlie Sheen will be back for the finale, or he really will make an appearance. Sheen teased teased the media over the last few months. If fans don't see Sheen, they may get Kathy Bates in her Emmy-winning role as the ghost of Charlie Harper.
Similar though quieter speculation has swirled around Angus T. Young, who was the “half man” for the show’s first 10 seasons before his character joined the Army and was packed off to Japan.
Jon Cryer told Zap2It, "We're bringing a lot of characters back, which is fun. I'm pretty sure I'm in ," he says with a laugh. "Actually, there was a shoot day when they conspicuously called me and said, 'You're not in it.' I was like, 'What? What's happening that day?' [ laughs]."
Cryer: “There were chunks of the finale that I was never allowed to read. Nobody got any piece of the script that they didn't 100 percent need, so I have not read the final tag of the show. They didn't even tell me they were shooting it! They shot it on another stage. I've said in the past, the amount of bridge-repairing necessary to make that happen, I thought was incredibly daunting and unlikely, but stranger things have happened in show business."
So, does that mean Sheen shot something when Cryer was kept off the set? "All I can tell you is the kernel of the idea that I've heard ... I do not know if he-who-shall-not-be-mentioned is coming back, but all I can say is it was very clever," teased Cryer. "What I heard was very clever."
"Two and a Half Men" is destined to continue being seen in widely syndicated repeats, "Two and a Half Men" began a CBS comedy empire for Chuck Lorre Productions that now also encompasses "The Big Bang Theory," "Mike & Molly," and "Mom." Lorre acknowledges that, "it all started with ‘Two and a Half Men,’ and I just wanted to state for the record that this doesn’t happen — none of this happens — had that show not been such a phenomenal success."
Also on Thursday night, Nathan Fillion will guest star on "The Big Bang Theory" at 8PM on CBS, then the network premieres a new take on "The Odd Couple" with Matthew Perry as Oscar and Thomas Lennon as Felix.
out the new trailer for the second half of The Walking Dead season 5,
titled “Another Day.” As you can see in trailer, it looks like things
are going to get darker. Everyone has been through hell and each have
their own demons. Even so, they now know without a doubt what they have
to do to survive in the world.
AMC’s The Walking Dead is adding another series regular, Ross Marquand will be joining the series based on the long-running comics by Robert Kirkman, Marquand’s character will be introduced in the second half of the show’s fifth season, which begins February 8th.. While details on which character Marquand is playing are being kept under wraps, Kirkman previously noted on after-show, Talking Dead, that a “prominent” gay character from his comics would be introduced in the second half of season five.
Based on the comics, all signs point to the character of Aaron being introduced, as the series could explore the Alexandria storyline next now that the group is reunited and back on the road looking for a new home. Aaron is a resident of the Alexandria Safe-Zone, the longest-running location that the comics has yet to feature.
Aaron is first introduced in issue 67 of the comics and serves as a recruiter — with his work partner and boyfriend, Eric. He first crosses paths with Rick’s group while they are on the road to Washington. Marquand, meanwhile, counts Down and Dangerous, A Lonely Place for Dying and The Congregation, and the TV shows, Mad Men and Phineas and Ferb are among his credits.
Marquand marks the latest addition to the series, which this season has already killed off three series regulars: Andrew J. West (Gareth), Lawrence Gilliard (Bob) and Emily Kinney (Beth). He joins new addition Alexandra Breckenridge as a new face for season five. Her character, whose details also are being kept under wraps, will be introduced in the back half of the season with an option to be promoted to regular in season six.
Meet the all-new members of the White Collar, Blue Collar, and No Collar tribes of Survivor: Worlds Apart. Watch a sneak preview, read their bios, see photos and tune in Wednesday February 25 at 8/7c to see who plays by the rules and who breaks them.
On February 25th the 30th season of Survivor will begin. This season, producers have divided the 18 contestants of Survivor: Worlds Apart into three tribes based on socioeconomic status. There's a white collar tribe: professionals and executives. The blue collar tribe includes a cop, hairdresser and postal worker. The no-collar tribe is full of bohemians who sell coconuts or design jewelry. [Click Here for the details on the tribes]
Celebrity Apprentice Season 7 Debuts Sunday January 4 2014
Donald Trump, executive producer and star of NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice,” announced the new and exciting lineup of famous faces that will compete in the seventh installment of the series. The new season will premiere on Sunday, January 4 9:00PM ET/PT before settling in its regular time slot, Monday at 8:00PM.
Over the course of the series, “The Celebrity Apprentice” has raised over $14 million dollars for charity. This season’s “The Celebrity Apprentice” brings 16 diverse celebrity contestants to compete in business-driven tasks around New York City.
The lineup of men joining the competition include two-time World Series champion Johnny Damon; actor and legendary comedian Gilbert Gottfried; Sig Hansen, the star of “Deadliest Catch” and Captain of the Northwestern; Grammy Award-nominated and multi-platinum musician Kevin Jonas; Golden Globe-nominated actor Lorenzo Lamas; NFL great Terrell Owens; award-winning journalist, author, and talk show host Geraldo Rivera; and television and movie actor Ian Ziering.
The lineup of women include Gold Medal Olympic snowboarder Jamie Anderson; movie star Vivica A. Fox; best-selling author and television icon Leeza Gibbons; reality star and best-selling author Brandi Glanville; TV personality, author, and mother of eight, Kate Gosselin; world-class gymnast and gold medal Olympian Shawn Johnson; Kenya Moore, former Miss USA and star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”; and television icon Keshia Knight Pulliam.
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