Articles about Anger Management: Season 1

Charlie Sheen Still Does Not Like Chuck Lorre
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Another long, honest and wonderfully dense interview with @charliesheen, this time in The @Guardian
Added by on 2/3/13
Charlie Sheen's Anger Management Close To 90-Episode Renewal
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Anger Management: Season 1
According to @THR FX is getting ready to pull the trigger on a 90-episode reorder of "Anger Management," a number they guaranteed to Lionsgate when they first picked up the show if it hit certain audience milestones. Apparently, Charlie Sheen has made it a bigger than average hit.
Added by on 8/12/12
10 Best (and 5 Worst) Movie-Inspired TV Shows
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Charlie Sheen's ''Anger Management'' arrives; here are past examples of an adaptation superseding its source (yay, ''Buffy''!) -- or making fans cringe (ever watch the small-screen ''Ferris Bueller''?)
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/28/12
The Roles of Barry Corbin
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Barry Corbin spent the '70s and '80s playing sheriffs and delivering a killer Southern drawl. He can currently be seen as part of Charlie Sheen's therapy group on FX's Anger Management. @TheAVClub talks with him here about all his random roles.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 6/28/12
Good News, Charlie Sheen: TV Loves to Give Stars a Second (or Third) Chance
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Charlie Sheen, Anger Management: Season 1
Some good reasons why his new FX show, Anger Management, will probably be a hit.
Added by on 6/26/12
Charlie Sheen Talks About "Anger Management" and Anger Management
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Category: Cast & Crew
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The @NYTimes talks to the actor/comedian/crazyperson.
Added by on 6/13/12
Summer TV Preview: 10 Shows to Watch
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The 2011-2012 network TV season is over. "Game of Thrones" just had its season finale. Mad Men and Girls each have a depressingly small number of episodes left in their brilliant seasons. What's a TV addict to do? These 10 promising new and reliable returning series are a good start.
Added by on 6/4/12
Charlie Sheen Still Does Not Like Chuck Lorre
Interesting
Another long, honest and wonderfully dense interview with @charliesheen, this time in The @Guardian
Added by on 2/3/13
The Roles of Barry Corbin
Interesting
Barry Corbin spent the '70s and '80s playing sheriffs and delivering a killer Southern drawl. He can currently be seen as part of Charlie Sheen's therapy group on FX's Anger Management. @TheAVClub talks with him here about all his random roles.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 6/28/12
Charlie Sheen Talks About "Anger Management" and Anger Management
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Charlie Sheen, Anger Management: Season 1
The @NYTimes talks to the actor/comedian/crazyperson.
Added by on 6/13/12
Charlie Sheen's Anger Management Close To 90-Episode Renewal
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Anger Management: Season 1
According to @THR FX is getting ready to pull the trigger on a 90-episode reorder of "Anger Management," a number they guaranteed to Lionsgate when they first picked up the show if it hit certain audience milestones. Apparently, Charlie Sheen has made it a bigger than average hit.
Added by on 8/12/12
10 Best (and 5 Worst) Movie-Inspired TV Shows
Interesting
Charlie Sheen's ''Anger Management'' arrives; here are past examples of an adaptation superseding its source (yay, ''Buffy''!) -- or making fans cringe (ever watch the small-screen ''Ferris Bueller''?)
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/28/12
Good News, Charlie Sheen: TV Loves to Give Stars a Second (or Third) Chance
Interesting
Category: Analysis
Tagged: Charlie Sheen, Anger Management: Season 1
Some good reasons why his new FX show, Anger Management, will probably be a hit.
Added by on 6/26/12
Summer TV Preview: 10 Shows to Watch
Interesting
The 2011-2012 network TV season is over. "Game of Thrones" just had its season finale. Mad Men and Girls each have a depressingly small number of episodes left in their brilliant seasons. What's a TV addict to do? These 10 promising new and reliable returning series are a good start.
Added by on 6/4/12