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Charlie Sheen's show shutdown over his explosive tirades

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The CBS and Warner Brothers have decided to shutdown the production of the present season of sitcom 'Two and a Half Men'. This official decision is coming after Charlie Sheen made explosive statement against the show's creator Chuck Lorre. Now, sources claim that the show may never return.

On Thursday, Charlie Sheen was on syndicated radio show. Talking to Alex Jones, the highest paid TV star made attacking remarks against show runner Chuck Lorre. In another interview with TMZ, he called him a stupid little man.

Later, CBS and Warner Brothers considered all his remarks and conduct and decided to shutdown the show. On Thursday, they released a statement, which read: "Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen's statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros. Television have decided to discontinue production of 'Two and a Half Men' for the remainder of the season."

However,'Two and a Half Men' has been the biggest hit comedy of the past decade. The show has already shut down production twice in the past two years to provide Sheen an opportunity to go into rehab. Now, the decision is certain to spark speculation that the show may never return.

Topics: charlie sheen, cbs, warner brothers, two and a half men, chuck lorre

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