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Charlie Sheen and Mark Cuban’s HDNet Talking About TV Show

Now that actor/crazyman/genius/culthero/ newmiketyson/humantrainwreck Charlie Sheen finally went too far and had his show Two and a Half Men canceled, he’s a free agent in the acting world. You may have noticed that he’s been keeping quite the low profile recently, avoiding social media outlets and TV and radio interviews in an effort to maintain privacy. He’s also been keeping his future plans on the down low as part of this desire for secrecy.

Radar Online still heard that Sheen is in talks with Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s HDNet regarding a possible show. It’s quite possible that Sheen is just using this as leverage in conversations with other networks given his free agent status, but Cuban confirmed the news nonetheless “It would be a great show. Can’t really say anything beyond that at this point.”

If HDNet locks up Sheen, it would be quite the pull for the network. They would instantly become a destination channel as people can’t turn away from the living train wreck that is Charlie Sheen. Two and a Half Men was already a highly-rated show, so no doubt Charlie would bring an audience with him wherever he goes. I’m still holding out hope that Major League 4 will be his next project, though if they leave out Roger Dorn they’re losing me at the box office. Believe it.



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