12:08 11 July 2012
Charlie Sheen made big waves with his TV comeback. Shown on US cable network FX, new sitcom Anger Management's first episode was watched by almost six million viewers, breaking cable viewing records.
Anger Management is the first acting gig for Sheen after he was fired by Warner Bros. from the sitcom Two and A Half Men last year following an exhibition of increasingly out-of-control behavior. He was replaced by Ashton Kutcher. Sheen was reported to have gotten angry after getting a text message informing him that he had been fired. He is remembered to have said that the studio execs “didn’t even have the decency to call me.”
Now, it seems like Charlie has moved on quite well after the fiasco. In his new show, Charlie plays a baseball star who turned into an anger therapist and holds therapy groups at his house. The show, which recently premiered in the United States, is set to begin showing in Britain now that it has been picked up by Comedy Central.
According to reports, Charlie has been celebrating his comeback in his Beverly Hills pad. Some sources revealed: “If you saw the amount of women coming and going, you’d think there was a major shoe sale going on in there.”
Charlie has also recently posed for a wry photo shoot where he was pictured with an empty beer bottle.
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