Charlie Sheen has been announcing to the world he is healthy and ready to return to the set of Two and a Half Men and it looks like CBS believes him. The actor’s forced hiatus from the hit sitcom will end on Feb. 28, when he will resume his role as jingle-writing playboy Charlie Harper.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Two and a Half Men will resume production in less than two weeks on Feb. 28.
The studio plans to make only four more episodes of the network’s No. 1 comedy before wrapping its seventh season. The original plan was eight episodes.
The last new episode aired on Feb. 14 and attracted 14.5 million viewers and reigning as No. 1 in its time slot, EW reports.
The wayward actor has been seeking treatment for his addictions and called into The Dan Patrick Show twice this week to let the world know he is doing great and eager to get back to work!
Charlie maintains that he is sober and ready to move past his latest misstep.
“Oh, yeah. One hundred percent, one hundred percent. Peeing clean. I just said pee on your show, sorry man. I feel great, man. I feel great. I am here and ready…I’m actually hungry.”