After his Two And A Half Men saga seemed to drag out for months, it looks like we might soon get to see Charlie Sheen’s new show, where he’ll star as a sophisticated, somewhat foppish psychoanalyst living in Seattle with his cranky father and a Jack Russell terrier. Oh sorry, that’s actually Frasier. “Charlie has inked a deal with Lionsgate Television to create and star in a new sitcom. Charlie’s character will be very similar to the one he played on Two And a Half Men, however the show will be a lot racier,” an inside told RadarOnline. Consider how filthy Men used to be, this sounds like it could be the first NC-17 sitcom to hit cable. Which is probably just what cable has been waiting for.
Lucky for Sheen he had his lucky break this week, to ease his romantic angst. Earlier today rumors swirled that Charlie Sheen and Natalie Kenley have broken up, meaning that Sheen is officially goddess-less. That being said, if rumors of a network and cable bidding war on the new show are true, Charlie will be able to purchase the services of three, maybe even nine or twelve, great new girlfriends soon enough.