Looks like someone’s in need of some real-life anger management: Charlie Sheen is allegedly at war with his co-star Selma Blair and it’s getting ugly. According to TMZ’s sources, Sheen is saying he fired the actress, who plays his onscreen therapist (and hookup buddy) Dr. Kate Wales. Even worse, he reportedly said that if she […]

It’s official, Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence are back. Today, the Disney Channel ordered “Girl Meets World,“ a comedy series for families from the executive producer of “Boy Meets World,“ Michael Jacobs. Production for the series is set to start this summer in Los Angeles and will premiere on Disney in 2014. Photos: ‘Boy Meets […]

Jean Stapleton, who played Archie Bunker’s wife Edith in the TV series “All in the Family,” died yesterday (May 31) in New York. She was 90. According to the Chicago Tribune,Stapleton’s family announced she had died of natural causes. Stapleton won three Emmys for her work on “All in the Family,” reports TMZ. She was nominated for two […]

A “Good Times” movie is in the works. According to Deadline.com, Scott Rudin and Sony Pictures will revive the classic 1970s CBS sitcom as a feature film. Phil Johnston, who recently penned “Wreck-It Ralph,” has been tapped to write the “Good Times” movie. The series, which aired from 1974-79 on CBS, was a spinoff from […]

Conrad Bain is dead at age 89. TMZ reports that the actor, best known for his long run as father Philip Drummond on the hit series “Diff’rent Strokes,” died Monday night in Livermore, Calif. While details are scant, Jennifer Bain, the actor’s daughter, confirmed the news to the website, saying: “He was an amazing person. […]

Ned Wertimer, who appeared on 11 seasons of “The Jeffersons” as Ralph The Doorman, is dead at age 89. The actor’s manager Brad Lemack confirmed to The Huffington Post Tuesday that Wertimer died on Jan. 2 following health complications at the Sherman Village Health Care Center in California. Wertimer was a veteran television actor who […]

“Two and a Half Men” actor Angus T. Jones made headlines Monday for denouncing his hit CBS sitcom as “filth.” As a result, Jones’ mentor and Forerunner Chronicles host, Christopher Hudson, was also thrust into the spotlight along with his questionable theories — one of which compares President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler. Hudson, who […]

Angus T. Jones doesn’t want to be on “Two and a Half Men” anymore. In a video interview with the religious website Forerunner Chronicles, Jones spoke out against the show and called it “filth.” “If you watch ‘Two and a Half Men,’ please stop watching ‘Two and a Half Men,'” Jones says around the 7:45 […]

After appearing in small parts in film and television in the late ’80s to early ’90s, comedian, actor, and producer Martin Lawrence  (pictured bottom, second from left) would make a big splash on network television with the Fox network series “Martin.” The show made its debut today as part of a block of programming that […]

For many black Americans, the news of actor Sherman Hemsley’s death represents a two-fold loss of both an incredible talent and the captivating character that was George Jefferson. By portraying the outspoken and incredibly honest Mr. Jefferson, who was never too shy to speak candidly about race relations in the seventies, Hemsley and his cast […]

Louis C.K. has turned so many of the conventions of a television series on their head with his critical darling “Louie” — which premieres Thursday at 10:30 p.m. ET on FX — so why not buck expectations with the casting as well? On “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (Weeknights, 12 a.m. ET on ABC), he was asked […]

Tyler Perry is lookin out for Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina. After losing her mom less than two months ago, the 19-year-old aspiring performer has landed a role in Tyler Perry‘s sitcom, For Better or Worse. Bobbi Kristina, who told Oprah earlier this month she’s always wanted to sing and act, will be playing the […]