(MIAMI) — Charlie Sheen believes his old sitcom, Two and a Half Men, has run its course.
Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter and other media outlets at the National Association of Television Program Executives in Miami this week, he said, “I don’t think [Two and a Half Men] should go on past this year. I just think that people are there because there’s nowhere else to go.”
Sheen said his replacement, Ashton Kutcher, is, “doing the best job that he can,” but he doesn’t think Kutcher, “is working with the best writing because [series creator Chuck Lorre is] doing too many shows. He and [co-stars] Jon [Cryer] and Angus [T. Jones] deserve better material.”
Sheen, who was fired from Two and a Half Men last year after a series of public rants against Lorre, is more confident in his new FX adaptation of the Adam Sandler film Anger Management. He called it “an absolute f***in’ rocket ship to the moon.” It premieres this summer.
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