Two and a Half Men

Charlie Sheen has spoofed his now infamous interview with 20/20 in a new online video.

The former Two and a Half Men actor has released the seven-minute clip of himself giving new answers to the original questions asked by ABC reporter Andrea Canning.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

Charlie Sheen has been let go from Two and a Half Men for all of one day and the replacement rumours are already beginning to spread.

TMZ is reporting that series creator Chuck Lorre has approached Rob Lowe as a replacement for the departed Sheen.

With Warner Bros terminating Sheen’s contract yesterday, Lorre is said to have approached Lowe’s management over the possibility of hiring the actor for the sitcom.

No doubt this is the first in a series of casting rumours regarding the sitcom.

Source: Digital Spy

Charlie Sheen has been fired from Two and A Half Men.

The actor has had his contract terminated by Warner Bros. with one season remaining.

TV Squad reports that Sheen will attempt to sue the studio and CBS for breaching the agreement.

Sheen released this statement to TMZ:

“This is very good news. They continue to be in breach, like so many whales. It is a big day of gladness at the Sober Valley Lodge because now I can take all of the bazillions, never have to look at whatshisc–k [Chuck Lorre] again and I never have to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension.”

Source: TV Squad

CTV’s new Monday night comedy block delivered strong performances from 8-10 p.m. last night, with TWO AND A HALF MEN (2.3 million) winning the night overall including a timeslot win over the series premiere of THE CHICAGO CODE (Global/FOX, 1.5 million).

Meanwhile, out of simulcast at 8 p.m., the series premiere of MR. SUNSHINE (1.4 million) provided strong competition for HOUSE (Global/FOX, 2 million).

 

Also to note:

HOT IN CLEVELAND was hot again with 1.5 million viewers, also out of simulcast, at 8:30 p.m.

At 9 p.m., TWO AND A HALF MEN was #1 with the key demos A18-49 and A25-54 nationally and in the key Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary markets (among non sports programming).

From 9-10 p.m., TWO AND HALF MEN and MIKE AND MOLLY (2 million) delivered 38% more viewers than THE CHICAGO CODE (1.5 million).

At 10 p.m. CTV’s CASTLE (1.8 million) wiped out HAWAII FIVE-0 (Global/CBS, 1.5 million viewers) in total viewers and all key adult demos.

 

CTV’s Monday night comedy block continues on Valentine’s Day with the debut of new comedy MAD LOVE at 8:30 p.m. ET on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times). HOT IN CLEVELAND moves to Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET beginning Feb. 24.

 

Monday, Feb. 14

8 p.m. ET – MR. SUNSHINE – “Employee of the Year” – NEW EPISODE 

Crystal (Allison Janney) decides to hold a contest to determine the Employee of the Year, but unbeknownst to the staff, a winner has already been pre-determined. Meanwhile, as Ben (Matthew Perry) contends with catering to Eli’s (guest star teen heart throb Nick Jonas) needs, he must also keep the rest of the employees from being distracted by the fake contest and get the arena ready in time for Eli’s performance.

 

8:30 p.m. ET – MAD LOVE – “Fireworks” – SERIES PREMIERE 

When Ben (Jason Biggs) accidentally meets Kate (Sarah Chalke) atop the Empire State Building, it’s what you can call love-at-first-sight. All is going swimmingly until Ben’s girlfriend shows up… 

 

9 p.m. ET – TWO AND A HALF MEN – “That Darn Priest” – NEW EPISODE 

Rose (Melanie Lynskey) uncovers Alan’s (Jon Cryer) Ponzi scheme and Alan, in turn, meets Rose’s mannequin “husband.” Meanwhile, Charlie (Charlie Sheen) is eager to get some alone time with Rose. 

 

9:30 p.m. ET – MIKE & MOLLY – “First Valentine’s Day” – NEW EPISODE

Mike’s (Billy Gardell) big plans for his first Valentine’s Day with Molly (Melissa McCarthy) are thrown into jeopardy after he accidentally runs into Molly’s ex-boyfriend. 

 

10 p.m. ET – CASTLE – “The Final Nail” – NEW EPISODE 

Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate a murder in which the prime suspect is one of Castle’s old friend.

Charlie Sheen’s lawyer has confirmed that the actor will return to work later this month after a spell on the sideline.

Yale Galanter told E! Online that Sheen will return to the set of Two and a Half Men in two weeks’ time.

“We are thinking Charlie will be going back to work two weeks from today,” he said.

“Charlie is fine healthwise and doing really well. Things are looking good. Everybody’s intentions are to get him back in the swing of things as soon as possible.”

Sheen spent a short time in a rehab facility late last month and production on the sitcom was forced to cease.

Source: Digital Spy

9:00pm – Monday, January 31 on CTV

Alan (Jon Cryer) moves in with Lyndsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith) but continues to have a rendezvous with Melissa (Kelly Stables) at Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) house.

9:00pm – Monday, January 24 on CTV

When Lindsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith) asks Alan (Jon Cryer) to move in with her, Charlie (Charlie Sheen) will do anything to get Alan to say yes.

9:00pm – Monday, January 17 on CTV

Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) obsession with the newly “married” Rose (Melanie Lynskey) leads him to stalk her. Meanwhile, Alan (Jon Cryer) grows concerned when Jake (Angus T. Jones) and Eldridge (Graham Patrick Martin) start videotaping stupid and extremely dangerous stunts.

9:00pm – Monday, January 10 on CTV

When Jake (Angus T. Jones) discovers that Alan (Jon Cryer) has been dating Eldridge’s mom, he packs up and heads to Judith (Marin Hinkle) and Herb’s (Ryan Stiles). Meanwhile Charlie (Charlie Sheen) decides to cut back on boozing.

9:00pm – Monday, December 13 on CTV

When Charlie (Charlie Sheen) and Courtney (guest star Jenny McCarthy, Scary Movie 3) break up, Charlie falls into a depression and goes to see his psychiatrist (guest star Jane Lynch, GLEE)