Hollywood News Friday - March 24, 2017
LIVE! WITH KELLY (ABC) Scheduled: Michael Keaton, Kevin Costner, Andrea Arden, guest co-host Scott Wolf
THE VIEW (ABC) Scheduled: Anthony Anderson
THE TALK (CBS) Scheduled: Carl Reiner, Rob Reiner, Dr. Travis Stork
ELLEN DEGENERES (SYN) Scheduled: Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone, Rachel Ramras, Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf, RaeLynn
HARRY CONNICK, JR. (SYN) Scheduled: Alfonso Ribeiro, Martha Plimpton
WENDY WILLIAMS (SYN) repeat: Nicole Lapin, Josh McBride
THE REAL (SYN) Scheduled: “The Best Of Girl Chat"
LAST MAN STANDING (ABC) Mike and Vanessa think Mandy and Kyle should move out; Chuck relays some unexpected news about Kyle's absentee mom; Boyd might be embarrassed about being home-schooled.
KEN (ABC) When Ken finds out about Clark and Connor's surprise wedding, he is tasked with figuring out how to get everyone to attend.
SHARK TANK (ABC) A subscription service for puppy products; a woman hopes to popularize algae as a nutritional supplement; apparel designed for athletic builds; fishing line cutting tool; follow-up with Bantam Bagels.
20/20 (ABC) After spending 11 years in prison for allegedly murdering her mother, Noura Jackson is released and a new trial is ordered.
2017 NCAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (CBS) “Butler vs. North Carolina” No. 1 seed North Carolina battles No. 4 Butler in Sweet 16 action from the NCAA Tournament. The Tar Heels survived a scare from Arkansas to advance to this meeting with the Bulldogs, who got 19 points from Kelan Martin to eliminate Middle Tennessee.
2017 NCAA BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (CBS) “UCLA vs Kentucky” Storied programs Kentucky and UCLA collide in the Sweet 16. These teams met back on Dec. 3, with UCLA notching a 97-92 win, and the rematch will also feature high-scoring offenses and the intensity of teams fighting for a spot in the Elite Eight.
ROSEWOOD (FOX) repeat. A criminal lures Rosewood to the murder scene of a former tech millionaire and forces Rosie to re-examine a case from his past.
SLEEPY HOLLOW (FOX) The team gets a glimpse into the dystopian world that will be possible if Dreyfuss comes to power, learning more about Lara in the process.
GRIMM (NBC) A dark force arrives in Portland with its eyes set on Diana; Monroe, Eve and Rosalee make a discovery that uncovers the origins of the mysterious stick; Hank and Wu are called to a crime scene that is linked to the gang's greatest threat.
DATELINE NBC (NBC) back-to-back episodes. In the first, when a former hockey player discovers his wife murdered in their home, his daughter says she saw a burglar. In the second, When a 23-year-old woman goes missing from a shopping mall in Plano, Texas, her family searches for her, and the police seek out who is responsible for her disappearance.
THE ORIGINALS (CW) The Mikaelson siblings work with Hayley to try to rescue Klaus from captivity; Klaus' demons show themselves in unexpected ways; Vincent investigates a haunting.
REIGN (CW) Mary faces the political repercussions of a potential marriage to Lord Darnley; King Charles disappears, leaving Catherine to deal with the aftermath; Elizabeth helps Gideon; Claude receives an interesting proposition.
LIVE PD (A&E) Police across the country work the Friday night shift in real time.
CROSSROADS (CMT) Musician John Mellencamp and singer-songwriter Darius Rucker bring high energy to the stage from Nashville.
REAL TIME (HBO) Political advocate Matt Schlapp; historian Timothy Snyder; journalist Chris Hayes; Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.); journalist Louise Mensch.
BRING IT! (LIFE) The Dancing Dolls are shocked when they find out that Coach D has swapped studios with Tyrus, the flamboyant coach of the Elite Stars; Tyrus decides to bench Coach D's pros and take a chance on new blood; Cookie must get the Elite Stars in shape.
THE RAP GAME (LIFE) Bow Wow helps hone the young rappers' media skills to prepare them for a press conference, television interview and photo shoot; Nova throws another artist under the bus.
GHOST BROTHERS (TLC) Investigating the maze-like home of the heir to the Winchester Rifle fortune in San Jose, Calif., who was convinced that the spirits of anyone killed with a Winchester rifle were trying to harm her.
RU PAUL’S DRAG RACE (VH1) season premiere. Lady Gaga meets the new queens competing for the title of ``America's Next Drag Superstar''; the Miss Charisma Uniqueness Nerve and Talent pageant.
TATTOO AGE (VICE) Heading to Smith Street Tattoo Parlor in Brooklyn to get to know Dan Santoro, a tattooer known for his bold traditional American style tattoo.
MAMA JUNE: FROM NOT TO HOT (WE) Mama June must drop 15 pounds in two weeks; Mama June's junk food stash is exposed and she has a meltdown; Alana and Pumpkin vow to save her.
JIMMY KIMMEL (ABC) repeat: Dax Shepard, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Thomas Keller
STEPHEN COLBERT (CBS) Scheduled: Hugh Jackman, Condola Rashad, the Flaming Lips
JAMES CORDEN (CBS) repeat: Zach Galifianakis, Laura Dern, Glen Hansard
TONIGHT SHOW/JIMMY FALLON (NBC) Scheduled: Morgan Freeman, Norman Reedus, Joe Zimmerman
LATE NIGHT/SETH MEYERS (NBC) repeat: Tracy Morgan, Malin Akerman, Bebe Rexha, Brann Dailor
LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY (NBC) repeat: Jordan Peele, Moving Units, Jermaine Fowler
LIVE PD (A&E) Police across the country work the night shift in real time.
LOVE THY NEIGHBOR (OWN) back-to-back episodes. In the first, a missed call leaves Danny and his family in a bad place. In the second, still upset with his friends, Danny takes the advice of his family.
FOR PEETE’S SAKE (OWN) After hearing about a police shooting involving an autism caregiver, Holly hosts a town hall to bring together law enforcement and the special needs community. In other events, Dolores throws herself a Decades Luncheon.
GHOST ADVENTURES (TRAV) The crew investigate the Stone Lion Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma, where it is said the owner performs satanic rituals in the local cemetery. Later, Zak attempts to uncover the truth about what happened to the famous outlaw Elmer McCurdy after his death.
SATURDAY NIGHT LIFE (NBC) repeat: Host Kristen Stewart; Alessia Cara performs.
ONCE UPON A TIME (ABC) The Evil Queen sets out to eliminate Regina using Robin to bait the trap; determined to make things work with Emma, Hook turns to Captain Nemo for advice.
TIME AFTER TIME (ABC) After learning John has traveled to 1918 Paris, France, H.G. is determined to stop him before he can alter the fabric of time.
AMERICAN CRIME (ABC) Luis receives important information about his missing son; Coy witnesses a horrific incident; Shae reconsiders her decision to stay in a shelter; Kimara gets difficult personal news; Jeanette and JD decide to attend the workers' rally.
NCIS: LOS ANGELES (CBS) Callen and Sam go under cover to track an engineer attempting to sell classified information; Deeks plans a surprise for Kensi and her friends.
MADAM SECRETARY (CBS) A computer sting uncovers the possible mole in the CIA arms smuggling ring; Henry worries that the doomsday cult is drugging his embedded operative; Elizabeth and her staff come up with a plan for dealing with black rhino poaching in Namibia.
ELEMENTARY (CBS) Sherlock and Joan investigate the possibility that Shinwell may have gotten away with the unsolved murder of his friend, a fellow gang member; Sherlock and Joan hunt for a treasure map rumored to lead to a fortune in pirate's gold.
MAKING HISTORY (FOX) series premiere. A facilities manager at a small college discovers a way to travel through time and transports himself into the 1700s, where he falls in love and makes new friends; meddling in the past turns out to wreak havoc in the present
LITTLE BID SHOTS (NBC) A 4-year-old YouTube singing sensation; a contortion and acrobatic youth cirque troupe; a young female wrestler; piano-playing brothers; an inspirational singer; a girl dresses up as a hot dog on Princess Day.
CHICAGO JUSTICE (NBC) When Antonio and Nagel investigate the supposed suicide of a cancer-riddled Chicago PD officer found in a bathtub, they determine the death was a murder; the murder investigation leads to an old nemesis of Stone's.
SHADES OF BLUE (NBC) Harlee starts her own investigation to determine whether there's any truth in Stahl's allegations of Ayers' active business with the mob; Wozniak is confronted with a drug case that forces him to face the darkest demons from his past.
THE WALKING DEAD (AMC) A group of Alexandrians embarks on a journey; one member of the group must make a heartbreaking decision.
INTO THE BADLANDS (AMC) Sunny and Bajie struggle to stay alive; the Widow consolidates her power in the face of challenges; MK learns secrets about his past.
TOP GEAR (BBCA) Matt LeBlanc's review of the Aston Martin DB11 is thwarted by Chris Harris.
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA (BRAVO) Cynthia proves she's more than a pretty face to Atlanta's “fashionistas;” Phaedra helps Kandi's former employee seek financial resolution; Porsha decides she's ready to take her relationship with Todd to the next level; Matt resurfaces.
SWEET HOME OKLAHOMA (BRAVO) Jen and Lee try to get the old Angie ``Pumps'' back; Josh and Jen experience a role reversal; Lee goes on a blind date for the first time in 17 years; Josh is determined to to make the most of his summer with the boys.
BELIEVER WITH REZA ASLAN (CNN) Reza Aslan explores the growing community of independent Scientologists who have left the Church, but still faithfully practice the religion created by L. Ron Hubbard.
NAKED & AFRAID (DISC) A returning survivalist and her partner are sent to the jungle of Guyana, where tension rises and starvation sets in.
KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS (E!) In the aftermath of Paris, Kim struggles to cope with frightening reminders of the robbery, Kendall wrestles with her decision to prosecute an unstable trespasser and Kris makes it her mission to heighten security for the entire family.
THE ARRANGEMENT (E!) Megan struggles to figure out the next step in her career; Kyle attempts to reconnect with her on an unpredictable double date with a superstar pro athlete and his outspoken wife.
FEUD: BETTE AND JOAN (FX) Bad word-of-mouth plagues “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” on the eve of its release; Bette and Joan brace for failure; Pauline tries to break gender barriers; Oscar nominations are announced.
BIG LITTLE LIES (HBO) Madeline worries about the can of worms she created for Jane; Jane confronts Renata; Bonnie tells Nathan about Abigail's secret project; Ed and Madeline discuss the lack of passion in their marriage.
ESSENCE BLACK WOMEN IN HOLLYWOOD AWARDS (OWN) Issa Rae, Janelle Monae, Aja Naomi King and Yara Shahidi are honored at the 10th annual event, which salutes African-American women in film and TV.
HOMELAND (SHO) Dar plays his hand; Quinn revisits his past.
BILLIONS (SHO) Axe negotiates with a reluctant seller; Wendy makes a decision that adds conflict to her relationship with Chuck; Chuck's office faces jury selection; tensions between Laura and Axe escalate.
LONG ISLAND MEDIUM (TLC) Theresa reads teenage triplets who suffered a tragic loss; at a group reading, Theresa channels a man who lost many friends while serving in the military; Victoria shocks the entire family when she announces she's dropping out of school.
LONG LOST FAMILY (TLC) A woman's world was shaken when she discovered she was adopted at 25, and goes onto learn more dramatic revelations; a mother is in a race against time to find her son who she placed for adoption 46 years ago.
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? (TLC) Noah Wyle investigates his maternal family line, discovering an ancestor who was catapulted into one of America's biggest wars, and whose life spiraled from remarkable success to a tragic end.
TRAPPED (VICE) Andri finds a key that could have serious implications for his whole family.
WATCH WHAT HAPPENS (BRAVO) Scheduled: Kandi Burruss, Sanaa Lathan
HITTING DVD & BLU-RAY - (Tuesday)
Batman: The Brave and the Bold
The Complete 3rd Season (Blu-ray)
Brokenwood Mysteries, The
Series 3 (Blu-ray)
Death Valley Days
Dick Van Dyke Show, The
Now...In Living Color! (Blu-ray)
The Complete 1st Season (Blu-ray)
Master of None
People Just Do Nothing
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
When Calls the Heart
"Assassin's Creed" (PG-13): Cal Lynch travels back in time to 15th-century Spain and lives out the experiences of Aguilar de Nerha, a distant relative who's also a member of the Assassins, a secret society that fights to protect free will from the power-hungry Templar Order. Eventually, Cal begins to gain the knowledge and physical skills necessary to battle an oppressive organization. Starring: Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard
"Live by Night" (R): During prohibition, Joe Coughlin, the son of the Boston Police superintendent, has turned outlaw. But even among criminals there are rules, and Joe breaks a big one: crossing a powerful mob boss by stealing his money and his girl. Starring: Ben Affleck, Elle Fanning
"Sing" (PG): Koala Buster Moon presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times. An eternal optimist facing the crumbling of his life's ambition, he takes one final chance to restore the theater by producing the world's greatest singing competition. Five contestants emerge: a mouse, a timid elephant, a pig, a gorilla and a punk-rock porcupine. Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson
"The Brooklyn Banker": A banker with a gift for memorizing numbers is caught up in a mobster's bid for power. Starring: Paul Sorvino
"Eloise": Four friends break to an abandoned insane asylum known as Eloise in with the intention of finding a death certificate that could land one of them the rights to a hefty inheritance. While inside, the friends discover the terrifying history of the asylum and the truth about their own pasts. Starring: Eliza Dushku, Chace Crawford
"In Dubious Battle": In California apple country, 900 migratory workers rise up against the landowners. The strike, led by the doomed Jim Nolan, is founded on his tragic idealism and the philosophy to never submit or yield. Starring: Nat Wolff, James Franco, Selena Gomez
"A Kind of Murder": Walter Stackhouse is rich, successful and unhappily married to the beautiful, but damaged Clara. His desire to be free of her feeds his obsession with Kimmel, a man suspected of brutally murdering his own wife. When Walter and Kimmel's lives become dangerously intertwined, a ruthless police detective becomes convinced he has found the murderer. Starring: Jessica Biel, Haley Bennett
"Miss Sloane": One of the most sought-after lobbyists in Washington, Elizabeth Sloane is asked to help oppose a bill that imposes regulations on firearms. Instead, she joins a scrappy firm that represents the backers of the law. Her defiant stance and determination to win now makes her the target of powerful new enemies who threaten her career and the people she cares about. Starring: Jessica Chastain
Fire at Sea
Bakery in Brooklyn
NEW MOVIES THIS WEEK:
Power Rangers - PG-13 - Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi - A group of high-school kids, who are infused with unique superpowers, harness their abilities in order to save the world. Stars: Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin
Life - R - Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller - An international space crew discovers life on Mars. Stars: Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, Hiroyuki Sanada
CHIPS - R - Action | Comedy | Crime - The adventures of two California Highway Patrol motorcycle officers as they make their rounds on the freeways of Los Angeles. Stars: Michael Peña, Dax Shepard, Jessica McNamee, Adam Brody
NEW MUSIC THIS WEEK
Spirit - Depeche Mode
Hot Thoughts - Spoon
Live From The Fox Oakland - Tedeschi Trucks Band
Live North America 2016 - Gary Clark Jr.
Rather You Than Me - Rick Ross
John Williams & Steven Spielberg: The Ultimate Collection - John Williams
Climate Change - Pitbull
Blossom - Milky Chance
Paul Shaffer & The World's Most Dangerous Band
HEAD OUT OF DREAMS (THE COMPLETE HOLLIES AUGUST 1973 - MAY 1988) - HOLLIES
IN NEW YORK (COLLECTED RECORDINGS 1988-1996) - LLOYD COLE
MUSIC OF NASHVILLE: SEASON 5 VOLUME 1 - NASHVILLE CAST
SO GOOD - ZARA LARSSON
Amy Schumer Isn't Playing Barbie Anymore - Amy Schumer is no longer living in a Barbie world. The comedienne has officially announced she won't have room in her schedule to take on the role of the iconic doll. Variety is reporting Schumer did just do a tune up of the script, but it's unclear if the story will stay the same now that she's not the star. As we previously told you, Schumer was originally supposed to play a doll who gets kicked out of Barbieland "for not being perfect enough."
Original "CHiPS" Star Says Fans Probably Won't Like Movie Reboot - Larry Wilcox, who starred in the show during it's entire six-year run, hasn't even seen the movie and he already doesn't like it. He isn't the first person to come out swinging against the "CHIPS" movie, which changed the spelling of the title to separate it from the show. "CHIPS" rolls into theaters today.
"Top Chef" is heading to Colorado: "Top Chef" is picking up and moving...to Colorado. Bravo announced all all of the judges including host and judge Padma Lakshmi, head judge Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons and Graham Elliot are returning, with production set to start this spring. Contestants will be taking on the culinary worlds of three cities: Denver, Boulder, and Telluride. Season 15 is set to premiere later this year.
James Franco, Seth Rogen Developing ’90s Teen Drama - James Franco and Seth Rogen have teamed up plenty, but this time their partnering behind the camera to take us back a few decades. The duo is in the process of developing a ’90s teen drama with Kelly Oxford, who is writing the script. The hourlong series is currently untitled and in early development. For now, Franco and Rogen are executive producers along with Franco’s producing partner, Vince Jolivette, and Rogen’s longtime collaborator, Evan Goldberg. Franco and Rogen are both hard at work on separate TV projects - Franco's prepping for HBO’s upcoming series, “The Deuce,” and Rogen and Goldberg are co-creators of AMC’s “Preacher.”
What's Missing From CBS Renewals? - CBS has renewed the bulk of its programming, picking up 16 shows in addition to the previously renewed "The Big Bang Theory" and "NCIS." Long-running shows including "Blue Bloods," "Survivor," "48 Hours" and "60 Minutes" will make their return for the 2017-18 season, in addition to newbie shows "Bull," "Kevin Can Wait," "MacGyver," "Man with a Plan" and "Superior Donuts." Absent from the big renewal: "2 Broke Girls," "The Amazing Race," "Code Black," "Criminal Minds," "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders," "Doubt," "Elementary," "The Great Indoors," "The Odd Couple," "Pure Genius," "Ransom," and "Training Day." If any of these are are your favorites, don't panic - sometimes shows just don't get an early renewal, as was the case last year with "Criminal Minds." The process of negotiating new licensing deals with ABC Studios takes longer for some veteran shows.
Patricia Arquette to be honored, pay tribute to sister at GLAAD awards: Patricia Arquette is being honored for her activism instead of her acting. The Oscar-winner is this year's recipient of the Vanguard Award at the annual GLAAD Media Awards, which celebrates those making a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance of LGBTQ people. She is set to pay tribute to her late sister, Alexis during the event. Previous winners of the Vanguard Award include Kerry Washington, Elizabeth Taylor, Jennifer Lopez, Cher and Whoopi Goldberg.
Shia LaBeouf's anti-Trump project moves overseas: Shia LaBeouf's art can't be contained, or stopped, apparently. The actor's controversial anti-Donald Trump installation HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US has moved overseas. Now, the livestream protest is housed at the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT) in Liverpool, UK. “Events have shown that America is simply not safe enough for this artwork to exist,” LaBeouf and his collaborators Rönkkö & Turner say in a statement on FACT’s website. “We are proud to be continuing the project at FACT, an arts centre at the heart of the community.”
Emma Thompson turned down Trump: Turns out Emma Thompson was anti-Donald Trump long before he ran for president. The actress says that back in 1998, he called her and offered her a stay at one of his hotels. He allegedly said "I think we would get on very well. Maybe we could have dinner sometime.” Thompson did not accept his offer.
Casey Wilson expecting baby number two: Casey Wilson is going to be a mom, again. The "Happy Endings" actress and hubby David Caspe, who created the show, are expecting baby number two. The couple said "I do" in 2014 and welcomed son Max a year later.
"Love Actually" reunion teaser is here: As we previously reported, the cast of "Love Actually" is set to reunite as part of Comic Relief’s annual charity event, Red Nose Day. Now we've got our first look at the actors almost 15-years after the movie premiered and even the trailer asks the question we're all asking: who aged the best? "Red Nose Day Actually" will air in the US on May 25th.
Selena Gomez Says She Was Bullied During Her Disney Days - It doesn’t sound like Selena Gomez may have had the best time while filming Disney’s “Wizards of Waverly Place.” In an interview with the “New York Times,” Selena explains that her experience with bullying during those years was the reason she wanted to executive produce the new Netflix series “Thirteen Reasons Why,” which is about a girl who takes her own life after bullying. And it’s not like things have gotten much better. Selena is constantly dealing with haters on social media, which sometimes gets to her. “I delete the app from my phone at least once a week,” she says of Instagram. “It’s like they want to cut to your soul. Imagine all the insecurities that you already feel about yourself and having someone write a paragraph pointing out every little thing — even if it’s just physical.” “Thirteen Reasons Why” debuts March 31st on Netflix.
Ed Sheeran Isn’t The Only Artist To Hand Over Credit For Song Similarities - As we previously told you, Ed Sheeran recently gave Kandi Burruss and Tameka "Tiny" Colette a writing credit on his hit “Shape of You” because of similarities with the TLC song “No Scrubs,” which they wrote. But Ed is far from the first artist who’s taken such a precaution to guard against a possible lawsuit over a tune. More and more artists are being extra careful following the 2013 lawsuit over “Blurred Lines,” which Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I. lost after being accused of ripping off Marvin Gaye’s “Got To Give it Up.” Recent examples of artists who’ve handed over writing credits because of similar sounding songs include:
The Chainsmokers, who added The Fray’s Isaac Slade and guitarist Joe King to “Closer” after folks noted similarities between "Closer" and The Fray’s 2005 song “Over My Head (Cable Car)."
Miguel added Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan to "leaves" after he realized it sounded too similar to the Pumpkins’hit “1979.”
Marc Ronson and Bruno Mars added The Gap Band as writers to “Uptown Funk” after the tune’s release because of similarities to "Oops Upside Your Head,” although Ronson insisted didn’t lift anything from the group. They also added Nicholas Williams (a.k.a. Trinidad James) and producer Devon Gallaspy to the tune before the release because of a sampling of James' "All Gold Everything."
Sam Smith added Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne to the writing credits on “Stay With Me” after Petty’s team called Sam’s about the similarities between the tune and Petty’s “Won’t Back Down.” Petty insisted that a lawsuit was never threatened and that Sam quickly addressed the situation when brought to his attention.
Ashley Olsen is single again: Ashley Olsen is back on the market. She and 58-year-old Richard Sachs have reportedly called it quits after five-months of dating. Believe it or not, their 28-year age gap wasn't what did their relationship in. Instead, a source close to Ashley says she wants to focus on work. They're apparently still friends and hang out together.
"Walking Dead" star welcomes baby: Glenn is a dad. "Walking Dead" alum Steven Yeun has welcomed his first child, a son, with wife Joana Pak. While we haven't seen a photo of the baby, the couple, who've been married for seven years, have been documenting Joana's pregnancy on social media. Congrats to the happy and growing family!
"Married at First Sight" couple calls is quits: Another "Married at First Sight" couple has bitten the dust. After almost a year of marriage, Sonia Granados and Nick Pendergrast are filing for divorce. They announced the news via Twitter with a statement saying, "we look forward to growing and continuing to learn about ourselves from what we still consider to be a meaningful experience with MAFS." Sonia adds "don't be discouraged. This is still a love story." Sonia and Nick are now the second couple from season four of the show to go their separate ways, following Heather Seidel and Derek Schwartz (who didn't even make it to the end of the season run). Lillian Vilchez and Tom Wilson are still together.
A “Power” Baby: Congratulations are in order for Naturi Naughton. The “Power” star and her longtime boyfriend, Ben, are expecting their first child. The baby will be here in July.
Charlie Sheen on HIV in Hollywood: When it comes to HIV in Hollywood, Charlie Sheen says he’s the expert. But if you’re expecting him to kiss and tell, you’ve got another thing coming. During his appearance on Australia’s The Kyle & Jackie O Show, he said, “I know who they are, but I will take that to my grave.” He also revealed that he’s taking the miracle drug PRO-140 to combat his own HIV positive status.