Warner Bros. Fires Charlie Sheen in March

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March 8 (Bloomberg) -- Warner Bros. Television fired Charlie Sheen, star of CBS’s top-rated comedy “Two and a Half Men,” after a series of interviews critical of the show’s producer. The Time Warner Inc. unit is weighing the future of the program without Sheen, according to Paul McGuire, a spokesman for the Burbank, California-based studio. Sheen’s firing is effective immediately, Warner Bros. said today in a statement. Mark Barton reports on Bloomberg Television's "Global Connection." (Source: Bloomberg)


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