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TV news and gossip
Video: House spoofs Two and a Half Men
So will House's Hugh Laurie replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men?
Fired Charlie Sheen has "Michael J. Fox" clause, still wants to be paid for Two and a Half Men
Even if Two and a Half Men does continue without its newly terminated star Charlie Sheen, he reckons he'll still have to be paid — even though he won't actually be doing any work on the show.
Confirmed: Kath & Kim movie coming to a cinema near you
So those rumours that Jane Turner and Gina Riley have been hard at work on a new Kath & Kim project are true: the foxy ladies of Fountain Lakes are headed to the big screen.
Lindsay Lohan "betrayed" by Saturday Night Live and Miley Cyrus
Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan has penned an angry letter to Saturday Night Live boss Lorne Michaels to complain about jokes that Miley Cyrus made about her in the most recent episode of the sketch-comedy.
It's on: Sarah Palin vs Kathy Griffin!
Here at TVFIX we love a good feud, so this is right up our alley: Sarah Palin has blasted comedienne Kathy Griffin as a "50-year-old adult bully" and a "has-been".
Charlie Sheen officially fired, Two and a Half Men probably over
Another nail in Two and a Half Men's coffin: Charlie Sheen has been officially dumped from the hit sitcom. That doesn't sound very "winning"...
Jake Gyllenhaal will be in an episode of Man vs Wild
Professional lunatic Bear Grylls has confirmed that the Love and Other Drugs star will be the next Hollywood actor to join his adventure show.
Liz Hurley to play bisexual villainess in Wonder Woman reboot
Liz Hurley has announced that she's "thrilled" to be playing "the evil villain" in the upcoming reboot of Wonder Woman.
Charlie Sheen sets Twitter world record
Thousands and thousands of people swarmed to follow winning Charlie Sheen when he joined Twitter this week — so many people that the Two and a Half Men star has set a new world record.
Kevin Spacey to star in TV pilot
Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey is the latest big-name actor hoping to make the jump to the small screen: he's set to star in the political drama pilot House of Cards.