Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men': I'm Extremely Disappointed
Charlie Sheen has shared his thought on the performance of his former sitcom "Two and a Half Men", which continuously dips in ratings. Met in Los Angeles on Thursday, October 20, the 46-year-old said he is "extremely disappointed with how they're handling what I left behind."
"People aren't stupid, you know? Not all of them," the former lead actor of the CBS show offered an explanation about the declining audience number without detailing further. However, he does not blame his replacement Ashton Kutcher for this as saying, "He's doing the best he can. I don't think the role is cursed."
During the occasion, Sheen also gave a quick update on his upcoming show "Anger Management". The "Major League" star said he will start shooting for the new series in January 2012.
Kicking off its ninth season with a whopping 27.2 million audience, "Men" gradually drops in ratings. The latest episode drew 15.14 million viewers, losing about 1 million audience from the previous episode.
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