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Charlie Sheen’s Problems Hault ‘Two And A Half Men’ TV Production

By: Jennifer Hong
Staff Writer
Feb 2, 2021

Charlie Sheen’s problems stops ‘Two and a Half Men’ TV production. Charlie Sheen is in rehab and CBS doesn’t know what to do with the TV series. No one knows exactly what CBS and Warner plan for future episodes, but it doesn’t look good.

There has been no comment from CBS, series producer Warner Bros. Television or Sheen whether the 45-year-old actor will be back to film the remaining eight episodes.

Sheen is a brilliant actor, but his personal behavior problems are a big headache for CBS and the production staff for “Two and a Half Men.” Fans will have to watch repeated episodes as the network makes a decision on how to bounce back from the current crises. However, even with reruns, the show averages bigger audiences (10.6 million, according to the Nielsen).

Original episodes of “Two and a Half Men” top 15 million viewers and the show has increased its audience by 2 percent over last season, according to Nielsen. Sheen signed a new two-year contract at the end of last season that makes him one of the highest-paid actors on prime-time TV. However, he has been living on the edge and that could soon make him an unemployed actor for TV.

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