VOTE: Where Should Charlie Sheen’s New Show Air?

"it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues..." These words, as expressed by Sheen in a statement announcing a new TV show for the actor, sum up what may be Sheen's saving grace... an ability to recognize that he is, in fact, more than a bit irrational. Now the lightning rod and former Two and A Half Men star confirms he has a new project on the docket.

“it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues…”

These words, as expressed by Sheen in a statement announcing a new TV show for the actor, sum up what may be Sheen’s saving grace… an ability to recognize that he is, in fact, more than a bit irrational. Now the lightning rod and former Two and A Half Men star confirms he has a new project on the docket.

According to NPR, “Sheen is working with Joe Roth, who’s been a producer on some of Sheen’s films, including Major League and Young Guns, on a TV adaptation of Anger Management, the 2003 film starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson. The series would be produced by Lionsgate Television and distributed by Debmar-Mercury, which also handles the TBS shows Tyler Perry’s House Of Payne and Meet The Browns.”

And while Sheen’s charming acknowledgement does help to warm up his potential opponents to seeing him ‘WIN’ again on the small screen, there is one big thing he needs to do before he can call this new project a success….

… get a network onboard.

So far, no networks have officially said they were going to actually take the show just yet. Mind you, there’s a strong liklihood he’ll get someone to take it on based on the potential buzz alone, (and his four million plus Twitter followers indicate he’s not without a fan base.) but a Sheen project seemingly mandates that the network that airs it have a certain brand identity that allows for irreverence, offensiveness and provocative content.

Where do you think the next Charlie Sheen show should call home?

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