Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 11:25 PM UTC on Mar, 21 2011
Charlie Sheen is winning! CBS is reportedly in talks with the troubled actor so he’ll return to the set of the networks uber-popular sitcom Two and a Half Men. The announcement comes just two weeks after Sheen was fired and subsequently banned from the Warner Bros. studio lot.
NBC reporter Jeff Rossen tweeted on Monday:
“CBS has offered him his job back. Discussions ongoing. Not a done deal.”
Posted by Chris Franklin as Mischief & Mayhem at 3:40 PM UTC on Mar, 10 2011
Charlie Sheen is an idiot. First he does enough coke to kill a village, then he tarnishes his own image by creating a home haven of porn stars, then he has the gull to actually sue CBS, Warner Bros. and Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre for $100 million, claiming wrongful termination after he had to abandon the show to undergo rehab treatments.
On March 7 Warner Bros. issued a statement about Sheen’s firing:
“After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on ‘Two and a Half Men’ effective immediately.”
To which Sheen responded with:
“This is very good news. They continue to be in breach, like so many whales. It is a big day of gladness at the Sober Valley Lodge because now I can take all of the bazillions, never have to look at whatshis[expletive] again and I never have to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension.
In his lawsuit Sheen is stating that since he wasn’t fired through all his other transgressions in the past, the studio had no reason to fire him this time around.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 2:44 AM UTC on Feb, 10 2011
According to law enforcement on the scene, the 60-year-old driver had a medical emergency when driving which caused him to run into the 52-year-old security guard, ending his life.
While alive after the accident, the security guard was eventually rushed to a nearby hospital and was listed in critical condition, dying a short time later.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Mischief & Mayhem at 5:11 PM UTC on Jan, 21 2011
Adam Jasinski, a former winner on the CBS television series Big Brother has been sentenced to 4 years in federal prison. Jasinski was found guilty of using prize money from the show to mastermind and fund a prescription drug ring.
You may recall that Jasinski was busted in 2009 when he attempted to sell 2,000 oxycodone pills to a government informant.
Rather than going through a lengthy court battle, Jasinski this week plead guilty on drug possession charges with intention to distribute, he also plead guilty for failure to file a 2008 tax return, the same year in which he won his $500,000 Big Brother prize.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Mischief & Mayhem at 12:55 AM UTC on Jan, 17 2011
Hookers, domestic battery, drunken hotel binges with fits of anger, it should come as a surprise that CBS execs are said to be at a “high level of concern” over the recent troubles caused by Charlie Sheen.
The Two And A Half Men star has been making headlines since he threatened to kill his then wife Brooke Mueller during Christmas day 2009 at their Aspen, Colorado home. Sheen then spent parts of 2010 in rehab, while police were called to his hotel room in late 2010 where he was found passed out drunk and naked with hooker/pornstar Capri Anderson hiding in his suites closet, an encounter that later led to charges being filed against Sheen.
Sheen is currently the second highest paid actor on TV and a crucial part of his hit TV show. At one point Sheen’s antics were brushed out of the spotlight, as hookers and boozing fit his characters persona, however President of Entertainment for CBS Nini Tassler decided to answer questions at this weeks Television Critics Association Winter 2011 Session.
Posted by Peter "Paparazzi" Fielder as Breakups & Goodbyes at 1:16 PM UTC on Jan, 14 2011
John Dye, one of the stars of the past hit CBS series Touched By An Angel passed away this week at his home in San Francisco, he was just 47 years old.
The death of Dye took to the web on Thursday after Dye’s co-star Valerie Bertinelli tweeted the following message:
“Dear, sweet John Dye, rest in peace.”
Dye was not only a helping hand on the show, but also in real life where he was a big supporter of the Make a Wish Foundation and various AIDS research organizations.
Teen singing sensation Justin Bieber is set to return to his role as a troubled teen on the hit CBS series CSI.
Bieber will reappear on the show this February 17, picking up where he left off during his first appearance on the series, when his brother was killed by Vegas police just as the episode ended.
The new episode is titled Targets Of Obsession and is still in production, however that hasn’t stopped Bieber from Tweeting pictures from the set to his millions of Twitter fans.
The show will air at 9 PM ET.
Are you going to be tuning in for this episode. As a fan of the show I’ll probably watch, but I couldn’t stand Bieber’s first appearance.
Posted by Chris Franklin as TV at 9:33 PM UTC on Sep, 27 2010
Shh. Don’t Tell Steve is a Twitter account with just over 15,000 followers at the time of this post, hardly a ShitMyDadSays success, but that hasn’t stopped CBS from developing a show around the Twitter account.
Network execs are busy developing the show which include quotes from a guy who follows the antics of his roommate. Such quotes as “Steve loudly challenging people to a drinking contest…Nobody biting, so he’s just doing shots and declaring himself the winner.”
Posted by Chris Franklin as TV at 1:25 AM UTC on Sep, 17 2010
Hayden “The Animal” Moss, a 24-year-old student has won Big Brother season 12. Along with his win comes a CBS provided prize of $500,000.
The competition came down to Moss and Lane “The Beast” Elenburg, a 24-year-old rid salesmen from Texas.
CBS also announced that the show has been renewed for Season 13.
If you’re unfamiliar with the reality TV series, CBS locks a group of males and females in a house and then follows their every move with 52 cameras and 95 microphones as they move about their lives 24 hours a day. The shows contestants must vote each other out of the house each week, when one person is left they win the $500,000 cash prize.
Big Brother season 14 will air Summer 2011.