Anger Management: Season One Blu-ray and DVD Debut January 8th

Anger Management: Season One, the hit comedy series that’s ‘winning’ over audiences everywhere will be available for the first time on Blu-ray Disc, DVD and Digital Download January 8 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

The Anger Management: Season One Blu-ray Disc and DVD includes all 10 episodes and is loaded with exclusive bonus features that go behind-the-scenes to meet Charlie Sheen and the cast on the stages where they work. The Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.97 and $29.98, respectively.

Blu-ray/DVD Special Features:

“Charlie’s Baby” (New Interviews with Charlie Sheen, the cast and the series’ creator)
“Behind The Couch: Meet Charlie’s Patients” (On set with the anger-impaired therapy group and the actors who play them)
“Anger Mismanagement” (Gag Reel)


“Anger Management” Makes Syndication Deal With FOX

NEW YORK ( – Here’s a deal Charlie Sheen isn’t mad at: the FX series “Anger Management” is getting syndicated to Fox Television Stations beginning in September 2014 – after airing for just one season.

The Fox stations will have plenty of episodes to re-air. Under an unusual deal, the series was picked up for 90 episodes after meeting a ratings threshold set by FX in its first season, which premiered in June. Fox Television Stations acquired the off-network rights from Debmar-Mercury in a cash and barter deal. No terms were disclosed.

The show will air on nine Fox stations. FX will retain the exclusive cable rights to its reruns.

“Typical wisdom says off-cable shows aren’t right for general syndication, but that’s way too narrow minded for today’s reality,” said Frank Cicha, senior vice president of programming for Fox Television Stations. “When a program produces these ratings, regardless of the platform, you have to take it seriously. We did, and we expect ‘Anger Management’ to be a key piece of our sitcom dominance for years to come.”

“Anger Management” will join Fox Television Stations’ other off-network comedies, including syndication’s No. 1 and 2 top syndicated shows of the past five years, “The Big Bang Theory” and “Modern Family.” Fox will offer double airings of “Anger Management” Monday through Sunday.

The series premiere episode of “Anger Management,” which marked Sheen’s return to series television after his high-profile firing from “Two and a Half Men,” was the most-watched primetime scripted comedy series premiere in cable history. It completed its 10-episode summer run as the highest-rated new comedy series on cable in 2012, averaging 4.53 million total viewers and 2.5 million adults in the key 18-49 demographic.

“Anger Management” stars Sheen as Charlie Goodson, a retired baseball player who is now a therapist specializing in anger management. The cast includes Selma Blair as a therapist and Goodson’s best friend – with whom he also has sex.

The show began production on its next episodes on September 24, with Sheen’s father, Martin Sheen, joining the cast in a recurring role. Bruce Helford is the show’s executive director and showrunner.

Mark Burg, Joe Roth, Vince Totino and Dave Caplan are executive producers. “Anger Management” is produced by Lionsgate Television and distributed by Debmar-Mercury.

The series will air on WNYW FOX 5/WWOR My9 (New York), KTTV FOX 11/KCOP My13 (Los Angeles), WFLD FOX 32/WPWR My50 (Chicago), KDFW FOX 4/KDFI My27 (Dallas), WTTG FOX 5/WDCA My20 (Washington D.C.), KRIV FOX 26/KTXH My20 (Houston), KSAZ FOX 10/KUTP My45 (Phoenix), KMSP FOX 9/WFTC My29 (Minneapolis) and WOFL FOX 35/WRBW My65 (Orlando).


Nominate ANGER MANAGEMENT For People’s Choice Awards 2013

Attention Anger Management fans!

Let’s get Anger Management on the ballot for the 2013 People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Cable TV Comedy!

Visit the official People’s Choice Awards website HERE or click on the ballot box below to nominate Anger Management for best cable comedy.

Selma Blair & Charlie Sheen Are Back In Therapy

Selma Blair and Charlie Sheen are back to work on the set of their new FX comedy series, Anger Management!

Charlie took to Twitter on Monday and posted a photo of the two enjoying their first day back to work together on set. “I could do this every day! epic 1st day back… scene with the fabulous Selma Blair”.

Anger Management is scheduled to shoot 90 more episodes and begin airing its new season sometime in January 2013.


‘Anger Management’ Gets 90 More Episodes

Anger Management Renewed 90 Episodes!

Charlie Sheen has done it again. FX has ordered 90 more episodes of “Anger Management,” the Hollywood bad-boy’s comeback vehicle, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The comedy’s production will resume in September, with new episodes slated to premiere in January.

The contract between “Anger Management’s” production company Lionsgate and FX stipulated that if the first ten episodes of the show hit a certain ratings threshold, an additional 90-episode order would be triggered.

“Anger Management” premiered to strong ratings, breaking FX records by attracting 5.5 million viewers in its first half-hour episode. Although the ratings dipped after that, they stayed strong enough for the network to bring the show back.

The pickup also means that Charlie’s real-life father Martin Sheen will be joining the show as a series regular, playing his character Charlie Goodson’s dad. The addition of the elder Sheen “will give an extra dimension and make it a multi-generational family show,” FX boss John Landgraf said when he announced that news at the 2012 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour.

Sheen himself seemed thrilled at the prospect of coming back for 90 more episodes at the TCAs in July. “I’m excited as hell, I don’t think 90 is gonna be enough. I feel, with how we started, that we just scratched the surface barely. We’ve broken 89 stories.”


Watch Charlie Sheen get romantic with Selma Blair in Anger Management’s Season One Finale!

Anger Management Season Finale Clip – Charlie Gets Romantic

Anger Management Season Finale Episode 10 Airs August 23rd

After Charlie (Charlie Sheen) and Kate (Selma Blair) have sex, he innocently asks her if she wants to go to a movie. Kate interprets this as a romantic gesture, rushes to fix him up on a date the next day with someone else and the two are forced to exam the nature of their odd relationship. At home, Sam (Daniela Bobadilla) kisses a girl at school and a picture of it ends up on Facebook.

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Selma Blair – FX ‘Anger Management’ – TCA Summer Press Tour Panel

Photo update!

Selma Blair and her ‘Anger Management’ co-stars attended the 2012 TCA Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills today.

Lots of laughs coming from that panel! Looks like the cast enjoyed being back together again.

July 28, 2012

‘Anger Management’ Stems Ratings Slide – Key Demo UP 13%

FX‘s Charlie Sheen comedy Anger Management in its fourth week managed to stem its ratings slide the previous two weeks from its impressive dual-episode debut. Last night’s episode delivered 2.65 million total viewers, an increase of 9% over week 3′s 2.42 million. In the key 18-49 demo Episode 5 posted a 13% increase to 1.42 million over the previous week’s 1.25 million. Anger Management posted week-to-week growth across the board, with Top 5 time period ranks in most key demos and total viewers. Anger Management also was among the top 5 primetime shows in basic cable last night, ranking fourth in the 25-54 demo and fifth in 18-49. For the five telecasts to date (live plus same day) the show ranks as cable’s most-watched primetime scripted comedy series in 18-49 and in total viewers. The show also continued to build this week on its repeat Anger Management episode lead-in with a 60% increase in 18-49, a solid boost from the two-week prior increases of 51% and 58%.