"Two and a Half Men" will bring back Charlie Harper with a twist. The ghost of Charlie Sheen's character will appear in an upcoming April 30 episode in the form of a woman, "Harry's Law" star Kathy Bates, to visit Jon Cryer's Alan Harper in a hospital after he suffers from a minor heart attack.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN Entertainment) - Ashton Kutcher is officially aboard "Two and a Half Men." The former "That '70s Show" actor is replacing fired star Charlie Sheen on the CBS Emmy-winning sitcom, it has been announced.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN Entertainment) - Ashton Kutcher is said to be Charlie Sheen's replacement on "Two and a Half Men." The "Punk'd" star is reportedly in final talks with Warner Bros. to star in the CBS sitcom.
Boston, MA, United States (AHN Entertainment) - Charlie Sheen's "Two and a Half Men" career isn't done yet. According to the actor himself, there are talks about his possible return, but he refused to reveal more details.
Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN Entertainment) - Charlie Sheen's "winning" strategy may be working because CBS apparently wants him back even after everything. The eye network's president and CEO Les Moonves is reportedly speaking directly to Warner Bros. top execs to bring back the recalcitrant actor in "Two and a Half Men."
Rob Lowe may be Charlie Sheen's replacement on "Two and a Half Men." The CBS sitcom's creator Chuck Lorre has reportedly had meetings about producing the show without Charlie, and has already talked to the "Parks and Recreation" actor in taking Charlie's now-vacated role.
The "winning" is over for actor Charlie Sheen.
"Two and a Half Men" canceled episode would have had Charlie Sheen's character hooking up with a man
One of the canceled "Two and a Half Men" episodes would have seen Charlie Sheen's character hooking up with a man, it has been learned.
The crew of "Two and a Half Men" will get paid even though CBS canceled the show's production.
While Charlie Sheen might think there's no "Two and a Half Men" without him, he's already in talks to be replaced. The actor's name floating around town for the job is reportedly John Stamos.
Charlie Sheen has unleashed a scathing tirade at "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre in a letter after the production of the CBS sitcom has been shut down for the rest of the season. After Charlie challenged Lorre to a fight, the network and Warner Bros. decided to give him a lesson.
After Charlie Sheen blasted the producers of "Two and a Half Men" on a live radio interview Monday, show creator Chuck Lorre hit back at the recalcitrant star. Lorre posted a message at the end of the sitcom's episode this week, saying he will be "really pissed" if the actor outlives him.
Charlie Sheen's shenanigans are costing the cast and crew of his CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men." Warner Bros. has reportedly canceled the remaining four episodes of the show. The studio was supposed to produce eight more episodes this season, but since Charlie started receiving rehab treatment, production on the show halted.
The "half" from "Two and a Half Men" scored a massive salary deal with the CBS sitcom. Angus T. Jones, who celebrates his 17th birthday Friday, has signed a 26-episode deal on May 12, 2010, which will make him .8 million richer over the next two seasons.
After "two-and-one-half" months of speculations, Charlie Sheen is coming back to "Two and a Half Men."
Charlie Sheen's uncle has got him covered. Joe Estevez plans to tell "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre his idea of taking on Sheen's role once his nephew decides to quit.
"Two and a Half Men" will be two episodes short this season because of star Charlie Sheen's stint in rehab. Executive producer Chuck Lorre said the Emmy Award-winning sitcom will still have a full order of 22 episodes.
Sheen, who was arrested on Christmas day in Aspen for allegedly threatening his wife, entered a rehab clinic for "preventive measure." He got out earlier this month and the show resumed production last week.
But Lorre said that instead of doing the usual 24 episodes, they will just do 22.
He told New York Times, "Instead of doing 24 shows this year, we'll be doing 22. But 22 is a full order. They had asked us to produce two additional episodes, which we normally do. But we won't do it this year."
Production is expected to be complete in April.
CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" is set to resume production after shutting down for a couple of weeks to adjust to Charlie Sheen's spell in rehab. His publicist confirmed that the 44-year-old actor will be back on the set on Tuesday.
His Christmas day domestic violence scandal may have caused Charlie Sheen an underwear endorsement deal, but it does do wonders for his show's ratings. "Two and a Half Men" reached a ratings high following Monday night's episode with an impressive 17.3 million viewers.