Charlie Sheen let out the rant of all rants last night at “Two And A Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre. Afterward, CBS and Warner Brothers announced that the show has been canceled for the rest of the season.
CBS and Warner Brothers released a statement, saying, “Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statement, conduct and condition” they were shutting down production of ‘Two and a Half Men’” for the remainder of the season.
A source close to Charlie said, “Charlie is furious that they have done this. He has never been late for work, and what he does and says in his private life is none of CBS’ business. He feels like they have made billions off him, and now they dare to pull his show just because they didn’t like an interview he did.”
Another insider close to Charlie said, “At this moment he would never return to that show even if they begged him. He’s given these fools the number one comedy on TV, and their feelings get hurt over a stupid radio interview. Nothing would get him back on that set. It’s over. Done.”
Charlie has also been bragging that he’s going to take the party over to HBO for a $5 million per episode deal. He claims that he’s been in talks with them to start a show there called, “Sheen’s Corner”.
He said, “I’m close to securing a deal with HBO for a ten show guarantee. It will be epic, all types of guests and we will focus on the truth and the absurd!”
Will you watch Charlie’s HBO show if he does get on board with them? Or are you sick of his crazy antics? Sound off in the comments below!