Charlie Sheen is back from the TV graveyard -- and he's settling some old scores already.
Bouncing back nicely after losing his lead role on CBS's hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men," Sheen is back with a brand-new sitcom: FX's "Anger Management," which debuts in June. And the first promo for the show fires a warning shot directly at "Men" creator Chuck Lorre, who famously killed off Sheen's "Men" character, Charlie Harper. Check out the promo right here:
The promo features Sheen lying in a coffin (and looking just as hale and hearty as ever, we might add) as a voiceover says, "Charlie Sheen died... and went to FX." And the actor clearly relishes getting a jab in at his former employer; he even ends the spot with a little wave, as if to say, "Hi, Chuck!" (To be fair, Lorre is replacing Sheen with Kathy Bates on "Men," so nobody's hands are clean here.)
We'll have to wait until June to see if Sheen's new endeavor can approach "Men's" viewership, but one thing's abundantly clear: TV's nastiest feud is far from over.
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