CBS and Warner Bros. Television have had enough of Charlie Sheen -- at least for this season.
After endless back and forth all year, the network and production company finally announced Thursday night that they were pulling the plug on the season of "Two and a Half Men," the top-rated sitcom on CBS.
Here's the statement:
Here is a replay of one of the "statements" that made CBS say enough is enough. In another statement, Sheen referred to Chuck Lorre, executive producer of "Two and a Half Men," in ways the could be thought of as anti-Semitic.
That's some statement, isn't it? In 30 years of covering the industry, I don't think I have seen anything like it from a network or production company regarding a star who could still possibly make some big money for the home team.
What do you think? Are you sick of Sheen's adolescent and reckless behavior? Are you ready to quit caring what happens to him?