Network cancels Charlie Sheen’s “Two and a Half Men”

CBS and Warner have jointly agreed to cease production of the four out of eight remaining episodes of Charlie Sheen’s comedy show, “Two and a Half Men”.

The decision to terminate any planned production beginning next week came hours after Sheen had unleashed tirades against his bosses at the CBS through a syndicated radio show.

Citing the joint statement issued by CBS and Warner, Lynn Elber of the Associated Press said that the pronouncement was built around the ‘totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct, and condition”.

The abrupt decision to pull the plug followed after Sheen called “The Alex Jones Show”, a syndicated radio show and made shocking rants against his CBS bosses.

The actor, said AP has repeatedly suggested ‘violent images and ideas’ during his interview with show’s host, Alex Jones.

"If you love with violence and you hate with violence, there's nothing that can be questioned," Sheen was quoted by AP as telling Jones.

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