Posted on March 7, 2011
Although Charlie Sheen's popular CBS show 'Two and a Half Men' has been cancelled, Sheen continues to make TV headlines everywhere from 'SNL' spoofs to programming spinoffs related to his personal antics as of late. From VH1 to Spike TV (part of DISH Network programming), Sheen's personal and professional life is providing sufficient content for TV show writers in Hollywood, and not for 'Two and a Half Men.' On Saturday night (March 5) 'SNL' opened its show with a Charlie Sheen spoof that included mentions of Tiger Blood and his goddesses, both of which are things writers for the show didn't even have to come up with - thanks Sheen! Just in case you haven't heard enough about this Hollywood playboy in the last couple of weeks, VH1 will be airing a special tonight featuring psychologist Dr. Drew Pinsky, 'VH1 News Presents: Charlie Sheen Winning or Losing It? With Dr. Drew,' as he analyzes Sheen's recent behavior as covered by media all across the nation. Dr. Drew has a history of working with troubled celebrities battling addiction and ultimately narcissism, as seen on 'Sober House' and 'Teen Mom.' The exclusive one hour special begins Monday night (March 7) at 8:00 PM. For an alternative spin on the Sheen drama, Spike TV will be airing an animated, 30-minute TV special 'Charlie Sheen's Winningest Moments,' on Wednesday (March 9) at 10:30 PM. From wrecking a hotel room to using a drug named after the 'star' himself, two animated versions of Sheen's goddesses will recount the top 10 - 12 moments of Sheen's outlandish behavior. To learn more about DISH Network programming visit authorized DISH Network retailer DISH Systems online or call 866-989-3474.