The troubled actor has supposedly been afflicted for four years.
The pay cable network's new adventure drama premieres Saturday, January 25.
Plus: The CW is attempting to break out of its mold, Eliza Coupe is headed to House of Lies, and Carson Daly's still striving for world domination.
Plus: Howard Stern is headed to The View, A&E is looking at a supernatural cop series, and get ready for a summer of Gordon Ramsay.
In two recent interviews, Charlie Sheen explained that his enemies remain Alcoholics Anonymous (“charlatans”), CBS (who owes him a foot-licking) and Chuck Lorre (“dictatorial,” “lazy”).
The New York Times reported yesterday that Jon Bon Jovi was appointed "Artist in Residence" for select NBC Universal shows for the next two months. Is it just me, or does this whole thing sound totally weird?
This morning's Today interview with Susan Boyle did little to satisfy the thirst for gossip about the Britain's Got Talent runner-up. Meredith Vieira started the segment by introducing Boyle as an "anonymous simple woman" -- which set a harsh tone for a highly edited, insubstantial piece.
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