Three episodes into Charlie Sheen’s new series, Anger Management , and I can’t figure out why this show is a thing. It couldn’t possibly be a weirder fit in the FX lineup. I know that plenty of people smarter than I am have discussed that before, but it more
This will not be a very long review. I don't have much to say about Anger Management except this: I didn't laugh once. I cringed far more than I smiled, suffering through back-to-back episodes of painful jokes and obvious set-ups.
Then again, I've felt more
Charlie Sheen made his return to television Thursday night (June 28) with "Anger Management" on FX. How do you think it went?As we noted in our review, Sheen's scenes with Shawnee Smith as his ex and Daniela Bobadilla as his daughter had an ease about the more
I know many people are turned off by the gentleman’s antics, but I am more than happy to have Charlie Sheen back on my television screen. No matter what you can say about his goddess wrangling and his #winning habits, the man is a talented comedic actor more
"Anger Management" is a show that will run on FX, but from the way it's being produced to what you'll see on screen, it's not really an FX show. That's maybe the most salient point about Charlie Sheen's sitcom comeback.The show will premiere on the cable more
Charlie Sheen's new FX sitcom, 'Anger Management,' is neither jaw-droppingly brilliant nor entertainingly awful, but something flatly in the middle. To the extent that he ever really went away, Charlie Sheen is back.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the new Charlie Sheen FX sitcom "Anger Management" and says it's just what you expect it to be, no more, no less. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-fxs-anger-management-lets-charlie-sheen-be-charl more
One way to avoid angry outbursts is to avoid stressful situations. And Charlie Sheen seems to be doing just that with "Anger Management."