- Associated Press - Sunday, February 27, 2011

NEW YORK (AP) - A new episode of the CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men” may be one of the few places troubled actor Charlie Sheen won’t be on television.

NBC said Sunday that Sheen will appear on Monday’s “Today” show in an interview taped over the weekend.

Sheen already had granted an interview to ABC. Portions of the ABC interview are to air opposite “Today” on “Good Morning America.”

ABC spokeswoman Alison Bridgman says Sheen had promised ABC it would get the only television interview this weekend but “changed his mind.”

The website Radar Online also promoted a Sheen interview it said would be posted Monday.

Sheen’s recent offscreen behavior has caused CBS and Warner Bros. Television to shut down production on his top-rated comedy.

Sheen told NBC he did some “epic” partying off hours but still did his job flawlessly.


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