Studio Audience ‘Incredibly Supportive’ Of Charlie Sheen While Filming New ‘Two And A Half Men’ Episode
Charlie Sheen’s latest arrest has caused concern from his fans and speculation from less supportive folks. The producers of his TV show, Two and a Half Men, assured people that at least on the professional side, he’s doing well. He showed for work this week and filmed a new episode in front of a live audience last night.
“I can’t speak to his personal situation but I can tell you that he showed up on Monday and we had a great week,” Executive producer Chuck Lorre said at the CBS session of the Television Critics Association press tour on January 9. “Rehearsals went really well and last night we did a live show in front of a studio audience and it was a big success for us.”
The arrest may have cost sheen sponsorship deals and may endanger his new marriage, but according to Lorre, the audience still loved him. “They were incredibly supportive,” Lorre said of the studio audience.
Earlier, in a press conference, Lorre described Sheen’s return to work thusly. “We put on a show last night. It went extremely well. We had a great week. The audience was wonderful last night so we’re just going about our business.”
Two and a Half Men airs Monday nights on CBS.
Article Courtesy of Starpulse.com
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