CBS suspends ‘Two and a Half Men’ production after Charlie Sheen comments


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CBS and Warner Bros. have announced that they are cancelling production of the hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” for at least the rest of the season after star Charlie Sheen trashed the show’s executive producer in his latest radio interview. The show had been on production hiatus since late last month after Sheen entered rehab.

Earlier Thursday, Sheen called in to ‘The Alex Jones Show’ radio program and took a shot at Alcoholics Anonymous and Chuck Lorre, the co-creator of his hit show.



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