FX is set to debut their latest sitcom with back-to-back episodes starting June 28th.
Charlie Sheen and Russell Brand's new shows will debut Thursday, June 28 alongside the season premieres of Louie and Wilfred.
The FX comedy starts casting tomorrow with Selma Blair and Julie Benz testing on set with Charlie Sheen.
Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman are also spotted on the set of Roman Coppola's new comedy.
The network has ordered 10 episodes of this new comedy series, which is based on the 2003 movie starring Adam Sandler.
The embattled actor sued the TV studio and executive producer Chuck Lorre over compensation for unproduced episodes of Two and a Half Men.
The creator behind The Drew Carey Show is taking on this new Charlie Sheen sitcom based on the Adam Sandler movie.
The actor lands his first role since being fired from Two and a Half Men, portraying the title character in Roman Coppola's indie project.
The actor drives his Crazy Train directly into the face of his defiers in anticipation of this upcoming special.
Former star of the hit CBS sitcom gets a fine farewell in the form of a Catholic funeral, complete with his character's iconic outfit on display.
Debmar-Mercury is behind this new Lionsgate sitcom which is loosely based on the 2003 Revolution Studios movie starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson.
The former Two and a Half Men star is developing a new project based on the 2003 comedy that starred Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson.
The roast happens to fall on the same night as the Two and a Half Men season premiere with new star Ashton Kutcher.
The former That 70s Show star could take over for Charlie Sheen when the series returns in the fall.
The former Two and a Half Men star has set Giants pitcher Brian Wilson to be his pitching coach for the sequel.
Series creator Chuck Lorre will bring back Jon Cryer and cast a new character alongside him.
"The Masheen" app is selling for $2.99 at the Apple iTunes store for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
A new poll shows which actors fans most want in replacing the recently fired actor on CBS' top rated sitcom.
Series creator Robert Kirkman jokes that he will let the former Two and a Half Men actor headline the show, direct an episode, or even play a car.