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Two and a Half Men (tv program)

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  • Comcast Pays CBS for Expanded VOD, Online Streaming Rights

    Comcast is paying CBS to offer subscribers more of the Eye's shows on video-on-demand and through its Internet-streaming service -- giving the cable giant a bit more ammunition to fight over-the-top services like Netflix. Under the pact, Comcast will...
  • TV ratings: 'The Millers' opens strong; 'Scandal' surges

    TV ratings: 'The Millers' opens strong; 'Scandal' surges
    It looks like "The Millers'" dysfunction is working just fine for CBS so far.  Coming off a big lead-in from the hit "The Big Bang Theory," "The Millers" kicked off with 13.2 million viewers and a rating of 3.3 in the key 18-49 age demographic,...
  • Hollywood Networking Breakfast Helps Bizzers Connect

    For screenwriter Debbie Lollie, there's no question that breakfast is the most important meal. Lollie has developed a budding professional relationship with producer Ralph Winter, has had four screenplays optioned, and is meeting with an independent film...
  • CBS Comedy Block, ABC's Scorching 'Scandal' Top Thursday

    CBS and ABC were the standout networks on the second Thursday of the season, with the Eye's new four-comedy block looking pretty good despite expected declines for Robin Williams rookie "The Crazy Ones." The Alphabet, meanwhile, closed strong, with...
  • Fall TV 2013 preview: Premiere schedule for returning shows

    Fall TV 2013 preview: Premiere schedule for returning shows
    What's happened to Olivia Pope and the gladiators since last season's cliffhanger? You don't want to miss the return of "Scandal" or any of your favorite shows, so I've put together this list of premiere dates for returning series. Remember, dates and...
  • David Letterman Extends CBS Deal Through 2015

    CBS has extended its deal with David Letterman through 2015 to host "Late Show with David Letterman," ensuring the veteran talk-show host will continue to hold forth while a new generation of late-night hosts make their way on NBC and ABC. Letterman's...
  • John Rogovin oversees all things legal at Warner Bros.

    John Rogovin oversees all things legal at Warner Bros.
    The gig: John Rogovin, 52, is executive vice president and general counsel for Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. As the top legal eagle for the storied movie and television studio, Rogovin oversees a staff of more than 160 lawyers and is involved in such...
  • Roseanne Barr Blasts Chuck Lorre on Twitter, Accuses Him of Stealing Her Joke

    In between political rambling and an endless stream of retweets, comedienne Roseanne Barr unleashed a barrage of insults aimed at Chuck Lorre for the alleged crime of joke-stealing. https://twitter.com/TheRealRoseanne/status/386047524760326144 Barr...
  • 'Glee' Rises With Monteith Tribute While NBC Comedy Block Implodes

    CBS remained on top of the Thursday ratings leaderboard last night behind "The Big Bang Theory" and a strong second-week performance by "The Millers," but the net's new "The Crazy Ones" dropped further opposite Fox's "Glee" tribute episode to the late...
  • When DVR Dust Settles, Broadcasters Up vs. Last Year in Premiere Week

    It took a while, but full-week DVR playback for premiere week is in, and the broadcast networks have reason to smile. The Big Four's primetime programs as a group posted slight gains across the board vs. last year, according to Nielsen, with ABC, NBC and...
  • Ashton Kutcher Is TV's Highest Paid Actor

    "Two and a Half Men" is a cash cow for CBS, but the network and creators Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn aren't the only ones benefiting. "Men" star Ashton Kutcher leads Forbes' annual list of top-paid TV actors, having earned an estimated $24 million...
  • 'Big Bang Theory' Top Show, But World Series Wins Night for Fox

    Fox won Thursday's ratings race wiht Game 2 of the World Series, which was down from the opener, on a night that saw little movement on the entertainment series side, though CBS' "Elementary" pulled out of its funk with week-to-week gains opposite ABC's...