Anger Management (TV series)


Anger Management
Created byBruce Helford
Opening theme"Anger Management Theme" by Raney Shockne
Composer(s)Raney Shockne
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No.of seasons2
No.of episodes100 (list of episodes )
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)Michael Loftus. Daniel Dratch. Kent Zbornak
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorDebmar-Mercury. 20th Television
Original networkFX
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Original releaseJune 28, 2012 (2012-06-28) –. December 22, 2014 (2014-12-22)
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Anger Managementis an American television sitcom created by Bruce Helford that premiered on FX on June 28, 2012. The series is loosely based on the 2003 film of the same name and stars Charlie Sheen in a variation of the Jack Nicholson character in the film. The series received 5.74 million viewers in its debut, breaking the record as the most-watched sitcom premiere in US cable television history. On November 7, 2014, FX announced that the series would end after its 100th episode, which aired on December 22, 2014.


  • 1 Premise
  • 2 Cast and characters
    • 2.1 Main
    • 2.2в роли Сэма Гудсона, дочери-подростка Чарли и Дженнифер. (эпизоды 1–52, 54, 57 и 63)
    • Нурин ДеВульф в роли Лейси Патель, испорченного, поверхностного, разрушительного управления гневом Чарли
    • Майкл Арден в роли Патрика, гомосексуального пассивно-агрессивного пациента Чарли по управлению гневом.
    • Дерек Ричардсон в роли Нолана Джонсона, обычно неуверенного пациента Чарли в управлении гневом.
    • Барри Корбин в роли Эда, пожилого деревенского пациента Чарли, управляющего гневом. (эпизоды 3–100; повторялись ранее)
    • Брайан Остин Грин в роли Шона Хили, заклятого врага Чарли, который также встречался с Дженнифер. После того, как Дженнифер покидает его из-за его неверности, Шон и Чарли становятся друзьями и вместе становятся котом. (эпизоды 45–100; повторяется ранее)
    • Лора Белл Банди в роли доктора Джордана Денби, нового психолога и делового партнера Чарли. Джордан, часто являющийся героем комиксов Чарли, вступает в сексуальные связи с Шоном Хили. Также Джордан играет идентичную сестру-близнеца Джесси. (эпизоды 47–100)


    • Бретт Батлер в роли Бретт, барменши в таверне «Веселый крестьянин», которую часто посещает Чарли.
    • Майкл Боутман в роли Майкла, соседа Чарли и друг, который занимается недвижимостью. Он всегда отрывается от Чарли, слушая, как он рассказывает о своих романтических увлечениях. Ему особенно не везет в любви. (эпизоды 1–55, гостевые эпизоды 95)
    • Джеймс Блэк в роли Клео / Дерека, «гея» члена тюремной группы терапии гнева Чарли. В "Пациент Чарли выходит из тюрьмы" Клео освобождается условно-досрочно и раскрывает Чарли, что его настоящее имя - Дерек, и что у него была жена до тюрьмы, утверждая, что он всего лишь "тюремный гей ".
    • Дариус МакКрари как Донован, «тюремный гей» член тюремной группы терапии гнева Чарли; романтический партнер Клео / Дерека. Он ведет себя изнеженно в тюрьме, но относительно мужественно снаружи. (эпизоды 1–42)
    • Стивен Тейлор в роли Уэйна, члена тюремной группы по терапии гнева Чарли.ilosophical demeanor, he's revealed to have been a dangerous serial killer.
    • Aldo Gonzalez as Ernesto Sylvia, a member of Charlie's prison anger-therapy group.
    • Martin Sheen as Martin Goodson, Charlie's hypercritical father. (episodes 10–100)
    • Steve Valentine as Dr. Moore, a rival psychiatrist whom Charlie considers his archenemy.(episodes 13–44)
    • Anna Hutchison as Sasha, a hooker who is occasionally a real girlfriend for Charlie. She and Charlie are briefly married after a wild night in Las Vegas.(episodes 49–92)
    • Ajay Mehta as Sanjay Patel, Lacey's father.
    • Meera Simhan as Mira Patel, Lacey's mother.
    • Schuyler Helford as Sateen, Lacey's sister, who is frequently competing with her.
    • Michael Gross as Dr. Randy Warren, a "psychic psychologist" whom Charlie exposes as a fraud. He briefly appears in Charlie's prison therapy group later on. (episodes 77–80)
    • Elaine Hendrix as Warden Hartley, the new warden at the prison where Charlie and Jordan work. (episodes 79–83)


    On July 18, 2011, it was announced that a show based on the 2003 film of the same name was in development with Charlie Sheen starring in the role originally played by Jack Nicholson from the film. The series was Sheen's first acting role since he was officially fired from the hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men.

    On October 27, 2011, it was announced that FX had picked up the series with an initial ten-episode order which, if successful, FX would then order an additional 90 episodes under a syndication model crafted by Debmar-Mercury. On August 29, 2012 it was announced that the show would be picked up for a further 90 episodes. On January 9, 2013, FX president John Landgraf said that there will essentially be "45 new episodes per year". Landgraf also announced that been made prior to her dismissal to write her off the show as "America didn'twant to seeCharlie with just one girlfriend" – however, the plan was to phase the character out over eight episodes and that, once Sheen heard of Blair's comments, "that process was accelerated" and the character abruptly moved to India.

    Canceled episode

    In June 2013, a press release for an episode titled "Charlie and Kate Have Sex for Science" stated that the episode was set to air on June 27, 2013, as the twenty-sixth episode of the season. Following the aftermath of Blair's dismissal, the planned broadcast was canceled and replaced with "Charlie and the Hot Nerd" – the first episode produced without Blair. The status of "Charlie and Kate Have Sex for Science" is unknown as all episodes with production codes up to, and including, 1040 (Blair's final episode) have aired. An episode with a similar title, but with different storylines, named "Charlie Does It for Science" aired on December 5, 2013.


    The original broadcast was within the United States of America on the cable channel FX from June 28, 2012, and was later broadcast in the summer of 2013 by Fox. In Canada, the series premiered on CTV on August 12, 2012. New episodes later aired on M3. In the United Kingdom /Ireland it premiered on Comedy Central on September 12, 2012, and was later shown on 4Music. Anger Management began airing in Australia on the Nine Network on August 14, 2012, and in New Zealand on TVNZ 's TV2 from August 15, 2012. The series was in traditional broadcast syndication in the United States from September 2014 until September 2018, distributed by Debmar-Mercury and Twentieth Television.


    Anger Management received largely negative reviews. Based on 33 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes, the first seasonof Anger Management received an average 21% overall "Rotten" approval rating; th e website'sconsensus states, "Anger Management is aggressively so-so, with thin characters and a few groan-worthy gags for every good one."

    Metacritic gave the first season of the show a score of 44 out of 100 based on 33 critics' reviews. Linda Stasi of the New York Post called the series "not so bad", adding "Anger Management is pretty conventional up to and including an idiot laugh track—and a character named Charlie—again. But maybe the familiar is what will keep crazy Charlie [Sheen] from killing himself and others in a blind, drunken, psycho haze on set. Or maybe not."The Wall Street Journal 's Nancy DeWolf Smith thought the series was "usually funny, often clever" and added "The accomplishment here is that tight writing and editing, a solid cast with good timing and Mr. Sheen's chops as the ne plus ultra of sitcom performers, make the whole thing feel, if not entirely fresh—then crisp."

    Alan Sepinwall of HitFix stated: "Anger Management is Charlie Sheen doing what Charlie Sheen does—on-screen. It's not artful, it's not elegant... It will likely give his fans what they want. And if there are enough of them to trigger the order for the extra 90 episodes, then FX, Helford and everyone else will feel justified in taking another chance on the guy, despite what happened in the past."

    The Huffington Post 's Maureen Ryan stated: "despite the careful attention to image enhancement possibilities, the core ugliness and toxic narcissism of 'Anger Management' are impossible to ignore.... Whoever 'Anger Management' benefits – and it certainly won't be viewers used to FX's usual scripted fare – whole enterprise is really just image management. Nice work if you can get it." Anger Management was renewed for 90 more episodes, and production started on September 24, 2012.

    Home media

    TitleDVD releaseNotes
    Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
    Season OneJanuary 8, 2013January14, 2013 April 30, 2014
    • Contains all 10 episodes from Season One
    • Available in both DVD and Blu-ray format in the United States and Canada
    • Available only on DVD format in UK
    • Available only on DVD format in Australia
    Volume TwoOctober 15, 2013October 21, 2013TBA
    • Contains episodes 1–22 from Season Two
    • Available on both DVD and Blu-ray format in the United States and Canada
    • Available only on DVD format in the UK
    Volume ThreeApril 15, 2014TBATBA
    • Contains episodes 23–46 from Season Two
    • Available on both DVD and Blu-ray format in the United States and Canada



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