'Two and Half Men:' One Big Gay Wedding?

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The show has had more twists and turns than a Six Flags roller coaster.Read Full Story

How Many of the 10 Most Prolific TV Shows Still on the Air Can You Name Off the Top of Your Head?

By Darrick Thomas on
In the world of television, the lifespan of most shows doesn't exist beyond the pilot, so there's something to be said for quantity, even when it comes at the expense of quality. To keep a scripted show going for hundreds of episodes requires a ton of creative output, a dedicated staff, and plenty of diehard fans. That's why only a handful of primetime programs still making new episodes has reached the 100+ club. Here are the top 10 currently running TV series by episode count.10. Aqua Teen...Read Full Story

The List of the Highest-Paid Actors on TV Has the Potential to Depress You

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(Getty)We all know that the people who star on hit television shows make a lot of money, but how much money just might blow your mind, as will who makes the most. Thanks to the trusty digging by Forbes magazine, we now have a inside look a the highest-paid actors on television, and the results will make you wish you struck the lottery of landing a role on a critically middling CBS series.The No. 1 moneymaker on the small screen goes to none other than Ashton Kutcher, who sits atop for...Read Full Story

Amber Tamblyn Cast as Charlie's Lesbian Daughter on 'Two and a Half Men'

By Jill Slattery on
Amber Tamblyn (Getty)Two and a Half Men has finally found Charlie's long-lost daughter.Deadline reports that the CBS comedy has cast actress Amber Tamblyn as Jenny, Charlie Harper's illegitimate daughter who has recently moved to L.A. to pursue acting. Like her father, Jenny also has a penchant for attractive women.The character is currently slated for to appear in only five episodes, but the show would clearly like to add her as a series regular if audiences take to Jenny. The addition of...Read Full Story

'Two and a Half Men'...and a New Girl Next Season?

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(CBS)Two and a Half Men is looking to add a lady to the mix.In an effort to fill the void left by exiting half-man Angus T. Jones, Deadline reports that the long-running CBS comedy is on the hunt for an actress in her late teens to early 20s to play — get this — the long-lost daughter of Charlie Sheen's character.The character will likely show up in the Season 11 premiere and will eventually move in with Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan (Jon Cryer). The casting move means that Cryer will be...Read Full Story