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Two And A Half Men Goes On Hiatus While Charlie's In Rehab

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No big surprise here.

Now that Charlie Sheen has (thankfully) entered rehab, Two and a Half Men will go on a production hiatus in the meantime.

CBS and Warner Bros. Television made a joint statement on Friday saying, "We are profoundly concerned for his health and well-being, and support his decision."

Charlie needs A LOT of help and we hope he takes all the time he needs to REALLY recover. Looks like it could be a long time before Two and a Half Men comes back.

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The Mentalist's Simon Baker Signs $30 Million Deal

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Wowsa!

Simon Baker just made a $30 million deal with Warner Bros. Television for his CBS show The Mentalist!

His five-year contract has been extended to an additional season, giving him a bigger cut of the show's syndication profits, as well as giving him a producer credit beginning in season five.

With the show currently in its third season, that means he will be getting $10 million a year for the next three years!!

The Mentalist has been a CBS hit, being one of the most DVR-ed shows on TV. Cray cray!

Good work, Simon! Great way to ring in the new year!

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The Incredible Hulk Coming Back To TV!

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We're pumped for superheroes coming to TV!

After Marvel was acquired by Disney last year for $4 billion, they've started a push to TV with the launch of Marvel Television.

Their first superhero show is on the way, which is a live-action version of The Incredible Hulk.

As far as Hulk progress is concerned, they're currently searching for a writer. Assuming all goes according to plan, the rumors going around are that the show may hit the small screen mid-summer.

In other superhero-tv-related-news, Warner Bros. TV and DC Comics are working on a Wonder Woman series, being developed by David E. Kelley.

Both shows sound awesome! We'll def be curious to hear who they cast as the Hulk.

Are U excited for superheroes to hit the small screen?

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