You have to hand it to Charlie Sheen: the man can deliver a one-liner with the best of them.
He's had lots and lots of practice, of course, especially with all of those seasons on "Two and a Half Men." That is, until Things Went Terribly Wrong.
Comedian Louis C.K. is having a good week.
He just sold over 100,000 tickets to his upcoming stand-up comedy tour on his own terms in less than 2 days, and this wasn’t his first successful sell-it-yourself experiment. Late last year, he sold downloads to his comedy special “Live at the Beacon” for $5 on his website, paving the way for fellow comedians Aziz Ansari and Jim Gaffigan. He earned over $1 million in just 12 days.
But before he completely upended the stand-up comedy industry, C.K. forged a revolutionary path in television. On Thursday, his bizarre, stunningly creative and indisputably singular FX comedy returned with its third season premiere.
Kelsey Grammer has a new co-star: rapper T.I. takes on a recurring role in Starz's critically acclaimed series "Boss" in August.
Grammer stars in his Golden Globe-winning role of Tom Kane, the mayor of Chicago who concealed the fact that he had a serious illness in the first season. In the second season, Kane continues to try to manage his debilitating illness as he rebuilds his inner circle.
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