CBS chief: `Two and a Half Men’ Future Uncertain
CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves says he can’t predict whether the crisis-ridden sitcom “Two and a Half Men” will be back on the air.
Speaking at an investors conference Tuesday in San Francisco, Moonves said he hoped the Charlie Sheen comedy, TV’s top-rated, would return to CBS, adding, “We’ll see.”
Sheen’s personal woes and public tirades against producers of “Two and a Half Men” reduced the season, but Moonves said CBS isn’t suffering financially in the short term.
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, Sheen spoke to the media about his drug-free life with his two “goddess” girlfriends at the home he calls “Sober Valley Lodge.”