CTV on the Go: 'Anger Management' scores 90-episode renewal, Ryan Gosling to shop screenplay at TIFF, 'The Amazing Race' announces contestants
CTV on the Go
Here's a daily rundown of the latest buzz from your favourite CTV shows, because if you’re on the go, you still need to know!
Charlie Sheen's "Anger Management" renewed for 90 more episodes!
Charlie Sheen may soon forget about his "anger," because these days he’s definitely #winning.
According to an exclusive report by TMZ, "Anger Management" has been given the green light for 90 more episodes.
Sheen will make in excess of $100 million over the span of the show, which is remarkably scheduled to produce all 90 episodes within the next two years.
A sneak peek of "Anger Management" was shown on CTV immediately following the closing ceremonies of 2012 London Olympic Games. The show performed incredibly well, bringing in 2.9 million viewers.
"Anger Management" premieres on Sept. 18 at 9 p.m. ET on CTV.
Ryan Gosling set to shop original screenplay at TIFF
Ryan Gosling behind the camera? It may happen sooner than you think.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gosling is aiming to shop "How to Catch a Monster," a film which he penned and will direct, at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
The film would mark the directorial and writing debut for the Ontario-born actor, who has found an abundance of success in recent years with well-received films like "Ideas of March," "Drive" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love."
Gosling will also be in Toronto to promote "The Place Beyond the Pines," a crime drama he stars in alongside Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes.
View the full list of stars set to appear at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival
"The Amazing Race" contestants announced
The 11 teams set to compete in the 21st season of the most famous race around the world have officially been revealed.
Here’s the list of teams competing for the 21st "Amazing Race" crown.
Pairing: Natalie and Nadiya Anderson
Connection: Twin sisters
Pairing: Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge
Connection: Goat farmers/life partners
Pairing: Rob French and Kelly Carrington-French
Connection: Married monster truckers
Pairing: Trey Wier and Alexis “Lexi” Beerman
Pairing: James LoMenzo and Marka “Abba” Abbattista
Pairing: Abbie Ginsberg and Ryan Danz
Connection: Dating divorcees
Pairing: Jaymes Vaughan and James Davis
Connection: Chippendales dancers/best friends
Pairing: Rob Scheer and Sheila Castle
Pairing: Caitlin King and Brittany Fletcher
Connection: Best friends
Pairing: Gary Wojnar and Will Chiola
Connection: Best friends/substitute teachers
Pairing: Amy Purdy and Daniel Gale
But wait, there’s more! This season will feature a unique twist. If the team that crosses the first finish line is the same team that crosses the final finish line, that team will receive the race’s very first $2 million prize.
"The Amazing Race" is set to kick off Sept. 30 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV.