Watch Amber Tamblyn-as-Trump 'Sex Up' America Ferrera on Lip Sync
Amber Tamblyn does Color Me Badd things to America Ferrera on Lip Sync Battle this Wednesday. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Amber Tamblyn Promoted to Series Regular on Two and a Half Men -- After Just One Episode!
Should CBS be considering a title change from Two and a Half Men to Two Men and a Lady? Perhaps, now that Amber Tamblyn — as Charlie Harper’s estranged, lesbian daughter Jenny — has been upgraded to series regular, the network announced Wednesday. READ MORE
Amber Tamblyn on Two and a Half Men's 'Queer' Addition and What She Would Look for in a Girl
Mennnnnnn… and a young woman.
When CBS’ Two and a Half Men opens Season 11 tonight at 9:30/8:30c, Amber Tamblyn comes a-knocking as the daughter Charlie Harper never knew he had. Yet Jenny shares much in common with her late dad — including a love for (lots of) women.
In this candid, quippy TVLine Q&A …READ MORE
Two and a Half Men Scoop: Amber Tamblyn Cast as Charlie's Long-Lost Lesbian Daughter
Two and a Half Men has found its little woman.
Pilot Castings: Amber Tamblyn Fights Violence, Stephen Fry Is Super Clyde's Sidekick and More
TV’s erstwhile Joan of Arcadia, funnyman Stephen Fry and a Boss alum are among the latest actors to book pilots. Meanwhile, Tom Berenger drops out of a Gang. READ MORE
House-Centric Spoiler Alert!: Cast Reveals Who's Back, Who's Dying and (Much) More!
Are House fans in for an epic bait-and-switch with regard to the show’s upcoming series finale? If Hugh Laurie‘s preview of the swan song is to be believed, the answer is a big fat yes.
House Exclusive: Amber Tamblyn Back for Finale
Tamblyn shared the news with TVLine on Friday night at a red carpet event commemorating the medical drama’s eight-year run.
The actress said that series boss … READ MORE
Amber Tamblyn on Bittersweet House Departure: 'I Didn't Want To Go'
In the end, Martha Masters just couldn’t play House. Yes, on Monday, Amber Tamblyn’s season-long run on Fox’s medical drama came to an end when her by-the-books character spent a painful day playing by Dr. Crankypants’ rules — in other words, none. While the PYMD’s fate was left up in the air, Tamblyn’s next step is pretty much set in stone: The Joan of Arcadia alum is developing a new Fox series with House exec Katie Jacobs and The Wire co-creator Ed Burns that will find her playing a public school teacher. Just hours before her swan song aired, the actress explained why she opted to not permanently call House home and revealed what Hugh Laurie did that brought her to tears. (No, the nice kind of tears… You’ll see.) READ MORE
House First Look: It's D-Day For Masters
Fox’s isn’t officially touting House‘s April 18 episode as Amber Tamblyn’s swan song, but all signs are certainly pointing in that direction. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO