Without those two tentpoles, the network's programming slate is full of question marks, aging offerings, and a weird mix of good shows with bad ratings and bad shows with solid ratings.
The CBS sitcom is about to end, and Sheen would like to be a part of that send-off.
Plus: The Last Resort guys have a new show in the works, Anger Management finds a new female lead, and (fake) Shark Week!
Plus: Shark Week gets talky, Glee loses a lot of cast members, and Hannibal could be related to David Bowie.
Plus: Liv Tyler is headed to TV, John Hurt is gonna fight vampires, and Jennifer Love Hewitt is making unreasonable requests.
Plus: Dan Harmon rips Community's fourth season, there's some unmanaged anger on the set of Anger Management, and True Blood isn't what it used to be.
Plus: Ah-nold sells a pumping project to Showtime, Game of Thrones Season 4 casting details, and Big Brother: After Dark moves to a new place.
Plus: Oscar ratings, a Supernatural favorite returns to regular status, and a Community star already as a pilot booked.
Plus: Cougar Town debuts on TBS, Days of Our Lives lives on, and Dick Wolf gets into real-life law and order.
Raylan Givens and his hat and Sterling Archer and his ego will return in January; Charlie Sheen's Anger Management also has a date.
Plus: Sherlock might be delayed until 2014, Downton Abbey gets a fourth season, and Girl Meets World finds its stars.
Production on Season 2 will begin at the end of September and the show will return to the air in January.
Plus: Showtime moves closer to its own Sex and the City, Breaking Bad's Badger digs into a beet farm, and Sesame Street loses one legend.
Plus: NBC's Olympic coverage is (duh) doing great, Dr. Horrible has a date with The CW, and Martin Sheen will visit his son for some Anger Management.