TV

Two and a Half Men Without Charlie Sheen

Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre has come up with an idea to reboot the show in a new creative direction without Charlie Sheen. Sheen was officially fired from the series in March. Lorre has reportedly presented the plan to star John Cryer, and both Warner Brothers and CBS are aware of it. The retooled show would keep Cryer in a large role and feature a new character, who has not yet been cast. Sheen is currently suing Lorre and Warner Brothers for $100 million, though sources say he is still trying to get back on the show, but Lorre remains uninterested in working with Sheen again.