The troubled actor has supposedly been afflicted for four years.
One of TV's sneakiest shows came to a close by embracing the weird.
Meanwhile, The McCarthys will end in February.
The CBS sitcom is about to end, and Sheen would like to be a part of that send-off.
Also, don't hold your breath for a back-from-the-dead visit from Charlie Harper.
Break out your day planners, because things are getting messy at CBS thanks to the addition of Thursday Night Football.
Plus: Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and new comedy The McCarthys won't debut until after football season.
Plus: NBC puts a date on Maya Rudolph's variety show, Colbert will visit Letterman, and Game of Thrones sets a new record.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
Yes, even Two and a Half Men. Sorry.
Plus: Julia Stiles is headed to TNT, USA has picked up a series about a naughty marriage, and Empire has found its hip-hop guru.
Plus: The Americans will stream on Amazon, Michael J. Fox is returning to The Good Wife, and a dude saved another dude's life because he watched House this one time.
Plus: Hawaii Five-0 wants more Chi McBride, Sundance is marathoning The Returned, and Japan realllllly likes NCIS.
Plus: A witch is headed to Teen Wolf, Chris Hardwick's new series was renewed, and Robb Stark is returning to TV.
Plus: A new series from the creator of Homeland, The CW is remaking Tales from the Darkside, and another Friend is visiting Cougar Town.
Plus: MythBusters has an official date with The Walking Dead, a Bunhead has found new work on ABC Family, and Colin Hanks joins FX's Fargo.
Plus: King & Maxwell both get canned, big ratings for the Emmys and Dexter, and Ken Jeong plays doctor.
Plus: Two and a Half Men finds its lesbian daughter, Fox is starting WWIII, and Jordana Spiro joins FX's Tyrant.
Plus: New Girl may welcome back an old friend, Charlie Harper's daughter is gay, and Sean Astin will fight vampires.