Charlie Sheen has been under the microscope lately, especially since his recent radio interview. In the interview, Charlie made some comments about "Two & A Half Men" writer Chuck Lorre, which has ultimately led up to CBS stopping production on the hit show.
"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," says producer Warner Bros. Television and CBS.
That means the highest paid actor on TV might be out of a job, but did he have it coming?
Dr. Drew PInksy has chimed in on the issue about Sheen's rambling rants, "That's an acute psychiatric problem. Maybe drug-induced, we don't know, but he's in danger. He's heading either for a really serious collapse or a 72-hour hold. I would put him in a hospital right away, right now, and I don't think he'd cooperate with that."
So what does this hold for the future of the show? Should they continue without Charlie or make a spinoff? What should Charlie do? Are you bummed "Two & A Half Men" is cancelled for now?