Charlie Sheen is going back to one of his most memorable roles. But though there's been a lot of speculation over a possible return to "Two and a Half Men," that's not the one he's looking at. While many people know the role, the character never even had a name.
Prolific writer-producer Shonda Rhimes will score another win in February when she takes home the Writers Guild of America West's Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award.
Just two more shows on Comedy Central to go, and Stephen Colbert is looking to cash in every way he can, including selling off naming rights to his show, "The Colbert Report."
The seventh and final season of FX's "Sons of Anarchy" went out in typically violent fashion last week with a body count to rival "Game of Thrones." But with the blood also came the ratings. The final season of the tough-guy biker drama was the highest rated in FX's 20-year history.
"Mad Men" is coming to an end next year, but at least one cast member already has her post-'60s plans set. Christina Hendricks is joining the cast of "Roadies," the Showtime pilot to be directed by Cameron Crowe.
Donald Glover has been performing live a lot lately, thanks to his careers as the rapper Childish Gambino, but he hasn't been on a regular TV series since leaving "Community" midway through Season 5. But if all goes well, he'll be back soon, starring in "Atlanta."
Next year, TLC will launch its first entry into the late-night TV wars with "All About Sex," a weekly half-hour panel discussion about sex and relationships with a panel of four women, including comedian Margaret Cho.
In its final days, "The Colbert Report" is getting creative with its guest bookings. The Grim Reaper, or "Grimmy," is expected to be the final guest on Dec. 18, but on Thursday, Colbert played host to an even more unusual fictional creation, Smaug the fire-breathing dragon from the "Hobbit"...