Chuck Lorre CBS Pilot Casts Allison Janney 16 weeks ago
Allison Janney, who played White House press secretary C.J. Cregg on "The West Wing," has been cast in Chuck Lorre's upcoming...
By Tim Kenneally
"The House Bunny" star Anna Faris will play a newly sober mom trying to get her life together
The former star of the hit CBS sitcom speaks out about Angus T. Jones' comments
Kaley Cuoco leads the cast of CBS' hit sitcom in an entertaining flash mob dance to Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe"
"Big Bang Theory" co-creator Chuck Lorre takes a swing in the right's direction with self-censored vanity card
ICM Partners will combine TV showrunners and top actors with Screenz's technology
Broder's top clients included Lorre and "Modern Family" co-creator Christopher Lloyd
Current shows include NBC's upcoming "Revolution"
"Two and a Half Men" boss will expand to the big screen under four-year agreement
"Two and a Half Men" co-creator's coffee table book will benefit charity
Co-creator and co-showrunner of "Two and a Half Men" will likely stay on as an executive cosultant; Executive producers Don Reo and Jim Patterson are in talks to take his place
Jon Cryer hosts tribute to "people who are not French"
"I Love Lucy" stars Vivian Vance and William Frawley are also among the talent that will become Hall of Fame members in 2012
In the vanity card for Monday's "Two and a Half Men" episode, Lorre hints he may be writing a tell-all book
From bloody noses to the K-word, everything you (might) not see when the show airs Sept. 19
Mr. Bono lights up the carpet with a date, Lorre still ducking the press, and details from inside TV's second biggest night.
"Two and a Half Men" co-star and producer will share in trophy-doling duties
See: Floral arrangements and Charlie Harper's signature bowling shirt!
"Punk'd" star will join the hit CBS sitcom, production will resume this summer
Troubled actor's manager reveals to Vanity Fair his client's never-back-down negotiating tactics
Sheen fires off letter after news that Lorre plans to re-launch show without him
"Warner, CBS and Chuck would all like to see the show come back," says an executive close to the show
Meet the man who could decide how "winning" the "Two and a Half Men" actor's case is
Superior Court Judge Allan Goodman moved up the hearing on the actor's motion to force a trial rather than arbitration
Actor's legal team apparently decides not to push now for restraining order to avoid arbitration
The "Two and a Half Men" actor's attorney gets shut down in his effort to avoid arbitration
Judge denies actor's request for a temporary restraining order to stop arbitration proceedings
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga