Charlie Sheen begins shooting "Anger Management," his new comedy series for FX, in March. Sunday night (Jan. 8) he made his first public comments about jumping back into television a year after he was fired from "Two and a Half Men."
"I just didn't want that to be my television legacy," Sheen told reporters at FOX's press tour party. "I wanted to do something that ended better, will end better. Nothing against those guys -- they know what they did, I know what I did, and we all moved on, so I'm happy about that."
Sheen is working with showrunner Bruce Helford ("The Drew Carey Show," "George Lopez") on the series, which will shoot 10 episodes to air later this year. If those episodes meet a certain ratings threshold, FX will pick up 90 more, and the show will also be sold into syndication.
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