Los Angeles: Charlie Sheen in a TV comedy about anger management. How can it miss?
That's what the actor and several established companies are betting with 'Anger Management,' a sitcom announced on Monday. What the show needs now is a network or syndication home, along with a more tranquil work history than Sheen left behind at 'Two and a Half Men.'
Sheen, 45, who was fired from the CBS sitcom by studio Warner Bros. Television because of his erratic personal life and public ridicule of the show's producer, will be answering in part to himself on the new series.
He will have a significant ownership stake in the series, producer Lionsgate Television said in a statement. He will also gain "a certain amount of creative control," Sheen noted in the release....more
11:41 AM, Jul 20, 2011