Guest starring on CBS’ sitcom, “Two and a Half Men” has paid off for former “General Hospital” beauty Amber Tamblyn (ex-Emily Quartermaine): She’s now been upped to series regular on the comedy that also stars Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer!
CBS has released a breakdown of how its top shows left off with their season finales in May and what viewers can expect when their new seasons premiere in the fall. “It may only be July, but it’s never too early to get caught up on where CBS series left off last May. And there’s no time like the present for a sneak peek at some surprises and guest stars coming in the fall,” reads the network press release.
Charlie Sheen (“Anger Management,” “Two and a Half Men”) is proud of Chandler Massey (Will Horton, “Days of our Lives”) for winning his second Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series and he wants the world to know it. In a Twitter posting last week, a few days after Massey won his second Emmy Award, Sheen posted a picture of himself holding Massey’s Emmy with the caption “Having taught ths kid everything he knows, I’m proud but not surprised. We call it SHID–Show ‘em How It’s Done.”
According to TV Guide‘s Michael Logan, Rena Sofer (ex-Lois Cerullo, “General Hospital”) is joining the cast of CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” as Quinn Fuller, the mother of Darin Brooks‘ Wyatt Fuller. “Not a lot of deets yet, except that Mama is as mysterious as Sonny Boy and both have secrets that will rock the soap,” the publication reported.
In addition to her Emmy award winning role on “GH,” Sofer has appeared in episodes of CBS’ “NCIS” and “Two and a Half Men.” Most recently, the actress portrayed Queen Eva in an episode of ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” and appeared as Sabrina Meyer on The CW’s “Beauty and the Beast.”
Just as “General Hospital’s” Julie Marie Berman (ex-Lulu Spencer) started dusting off her daytime shoes, primetime came calling: She’s set to appear on CBS’ popular sitcom, “Two and a Half Men”! But just what’s in store for the actress when she joins the show’s stars, John Cryer (Alan) and Ashton Kutcher (Walden)?
Millions of viewers were shocked when the power went out during tonights Super Bowl XLVII (or Super Bowl 47 for those not up-to-date with their Roman numerals) game between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. CBS issued a statement on the matter, but has sadly remained mum on its decision to ignore viewers of CBS Daytime programming, which remains #1 in its daypart via “The Young and the Restless,” “The Price is Right,” “Let’s Make a Deal,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Talk.”
If you love your “Revenge,” you will most likely also enjoy a series of “Deception.” Debuting Monday, January 7 at 10:00 PM ET/9:00 PM CT on NBC, “Deception” tells the story of Vivian Bowers, a wealthy socialite and notorious party girl who appears to have died from a drug overdose. In actuality, it looks like Vivian may have been murdered. Portraying the role of the dead is former “One Life to Live” star Bree Williamson, who can be seen in the first act of the series pilot as an alive Vivian just before her death, while seen subsequently in various flashbacks and imagery.
In honor of Thanksgiving, CBS thanks you for making them America’s Most Watched Network.