Sheen, who pleaded not guilty in a
court Monday on charges connected to a domestic violence incident
involving his wife, is due back at work Tuesday on the set of the No.
1-ranked sitcom. But he’ll be able to complete only four more episodes
this season, which will leave the show two episodes short of the 24
For the two missing weeks,
Mondays, the usual slot for “Theory,” the network might slot reruns of
either show.) The move suggests that “Theory,” which has been gaining
in the ratings, may serve as the network’s new
anchor comedy if — as now seems likely — “Men” continues to be hampered
by production delays and work stoppages. Production was recently halted
on the show when Sheen suddenly entered rehab, what his publicist
described as a “preventative measure.”
Sheen’s trial, which is due to start
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