Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen, who was recently fired from his hit TV show 'Two and a Half Men', is said to be making his comeback to small screen. Sources say that the highly paid TV star has confirmed that he is planning to appear in a new TV show, which is made for a particular TV channel, but it is not CBS.
Charlie Sheen has ended his month-long tour called 'My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option Tour' in Washington on Tuesday May 03. Addressing his fans, the actor told that he was planning to star in a competing TV show for another network (not CBS). He hinted that it would be 'epic', but he did not give any further detail about it.
Earlier, Charlie Sheen had expressed his desire to return to the CBS TV show 'Two and a Half Men'. But Lorre and Warner Bros. TV are looking at rebooting the comedy without him. Meanwhile, the actor has sued his former bosses at Warner Bros. TV and series co-creator Chuck Lorre for firing him.