Sheen’s Legal Problems Could Mean Shortened Season For ‘Two and a Half Men’

Mar 16, 2010  •  Post A Comment

The continuing problems of actor Charlie Sheen–he pleaded not guilty on Monday to charges related to alleged domestic violence against his wife–could very likely mean that "Two and a Half Men" will not be able to fulfill its season order of episodes, according to Scott Collins writing at the Los Angeles Times’ Show Tracker blog.

According to Show Tracker, Sheen will "be able to complete only four more episodes this season, which will leave the show two episodes short of the 24 that CBS ordered, according to a source familiar with the situation."

Furthermore, according to Show Tracker, "CBS will likely replace "Men" with "Big Bang Theory," another sitcom produced by Chuck Lorre. (At 9:30 p.m. Mondays, the usual slot for "Theory," the network might slot reruns of either show.)"

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