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Why Is Charlie Sheen Looking For A New Job?

December 23rd, 2014 11:33am EST
Charlie Sheen's Anger Management Cancelled
Charlie Sheen's FX Series "Anger Management" has been cancelled by the network.

After he was fired from 'Two and a Half Men," Sheen developed and starred in the series, which came to a close on Monday night.

The show ran for 100 episodes over two seasons.

FX announced the end date for "Anger Management" in a November press release.

The show premiered to record ratings in 2012 and close to 6 million viewers tuned in.

Since that time, ratings have since slipped with recent episodes getting fewer than 500,000 viewers.

The cast was a revolving door of who's who over the subsequent 100 epi...
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American Horror Story Freak Show: 5 Weirdest Moments From 'Orphans'

December 18th, 2014 9:50am EST
American Horror Story Freak Show Recap: 5 Weirdest Moments From
Well, that was a weird waste of an hour. No Dandy. Barely even inching forward in the plot. An episode completely devoted to a character that’s spent two seasons in the background, barely relevant. Yet, “Orphans” managed to be one of the strangest and strangely emotional episodes of this season. Here are the 5 weirdest moments from a very bizarre episode:

Elsa and Pepper’s Previously Unmentioned Relationship

In an attempt to humanize a character that calls her closest companions her “monsters,” “Orphans” creates a backstory for Pepper and Elsa that paints them as closer than ever formerly...
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Best TV Shows Of 2014

December 17th, 2014 2:03pm EST
Best TV Shows Of 2014
Last week, we brought you the Best TV Moments Of 2014. But what about the best TV shows - the ones that didn't have just one or two good moments, but that impressed us all year long? What was going to make up for the end of Breaking Bad or the absence of Strike Back?

Here now then, is our list of the Best TV Shows Of 2014. In alphabetical order, we present to you the eight small-screen series that were at the top of their class, that were appointment television in our book and the reasons that lists like these are made.

SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up on the current season of tele...
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Donald Glover Stars In New FX Series

December 14th, 2014 9:10am EST
Donald Glover Stars In New FX Series 'Atlanta'
Donald Glover has signed on to star in the a new series for FX called "Atlanta."

Glover is best known for his role as Troy Barnes in "Community."

The series will center on Glover as a rising rap star in Atlanta, Georgia and his cousin, as they try to become successful in the music industry.

The actor will also act as an executive producer on the series alongside Paul Simms and Dianne McGunigle. He will also write the first episode.

Glover's character will be named Earnest Marks, according to Deadline, a college dropout who decides to pursue a career in rap music.

"Donald Glover is a un...
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'American Horror Story: Freak Show' 5 Best Moments From 'Tupperware Party Massacre'

December 11th, 2014 8:48am EST
'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Recap: 5 Best Moments From '
Here at the top 5 moments from “Tupperware Party Massacre:”

These Insane Quotes

If American Horror Story has one reoccurring strength, it’s in the pure insanity of the dialogue. Every episode is guaranteed to have a few memorable quotes that out of context are baffling, while in-context are just as crazy. Here are this week’s quoteable highlights:

Jimmy to Ima, while spoon feeding her: “If you need it long and hard, I need you soft and wide.”

Dandy was on the top of his game with his crazy ramblings. “I am your God, Jimmy. And I’ve decided you need to suffer. I’m going to destroy you ...
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8 Great TV Moments From 2014

December 10th, 2014 2:04pm EST
Best TV Moments Of 2014: From 'The Good Wife' To 'The Newsroom'
2014 has been another interesting year for television, whether you're talking about the arrival of a new series or the reinvention of an existing hit show. There's been no shortage of buzzworthy happenings on the small screen, across all kinds of channels and genres, and they deserve a little applause.

It's time once again to recognize the best TV moments of the year and the people who made those moments happen. Below, we've selected the eight moments that still have us talking weeks or even months after they aired, in chronological order.

SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up on the cu...
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Oops! 'Sons Of Anarchy' Finale Spoilers Released

December 6th, 2014 8:45am EST
Kurt Sutter Issues Expletive-Laden Apology For Spoiling 'Sons Of
Oops! The book “Sons of Anarchy: The Official Collector’s Edition,” was shipped early to consumers and retailers, and the tome reveals spoilers about the series finale, which doesn't air until next Tuesday.

According to show creator Kurt Sutter, the book contains “personal messages and photos from the cast, in-depth behind the scenes information and detailed breakdown of episodes” and was scheduled for release the day after the finale, which airs Dec. 9 on FX.

Sutter apologized to fans who may have learned information about the finale. He posted on Twitlonger under the headline "FAN APOLO...
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'American Horror Story: Freak Show': Rundown On 'Blood Bath'

December 4th, 2014 8:52am EST
'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Review: Rundown On 'Blood Ba
These episodes just keep getting crazier, huh? From now until the finale, the show will probably continue to ramp up the weirdness. There’s still no coherent plot or even a major storyline that runs through the whole season. Dandy’s villainy seems pretty contained to the confines of his home and whoever happens to cross his path, disconnected from the major Freak Show aspect of the show. Elsa’s motivation is paper thin that everything she does is both in character and over the top no matter what she ends up doing. The conjoined twins have been so irrelevant to the overall plot that they’ve ...
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'American Horror Story: Freak Show': Rundown On 'Test Of Strength'

November 20th, 2014 9:06am EST
'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Episode 7 Recap: Rundown On
“Test of Strength” was a more emotional episode than we’re used to from American Horror Story. The show is always all about the scares and the gross out scenes, but rarely do they attempt to uncover the characters’ more emotional side. That is the power of this episode. There’s still plenty of disgusting imagery and shockers, but there’s also character development.

Characters Worth Remembering

Morris the Artist may never return, but it’s certainly possible. After what he did to Penny, tattooing her face beyond all recognition at her father’s behest, it’d be a shame if he didn’t get some g...
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Tom Hardy's Latest Project Greenlit By FX

November 19th, 2014 8:36am EST
Tom Hardy
English actor Tom Hardy has signed on to star in U.S. historial drama "Taboo." The program is set in 1813 and centers on adventurer James Keziah Delaney.

The FX series is based on an original story written by Hardy and his father. The script was adapted by Steven Knight, who directed the actor's most recent film, "Locke."

Hardy and Ridley Scott will executive produce the project. It's scheduled to air in 2016.

This isn't Hardy's first foray into television. He has appeared in several series and mini-series, including "Peaky Blinders," "The Take," "Oliver Twist," and "Meadowlands."

Hard...
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