Charlie Sheen Makes His Comeback With FX's 'Anger Management'...But Is He Winning?

It’s quite poetic, if not ironic, that Charlie Sheen’s comeback to television after his fall out with CBS comes in the form of a thirty minute sitcom style show aptly called Anger Management. With such a highly publicized meltdown and, in the end, firing, audiences everywhere have to be wondering if the man with Adonis DNA can make viewers not only tune in, but love him again. The answer is, as it has always been with Charlie Sheen, ia resounding yes, at least that what FX is hoping.

Let’s face it. The man is just plain charming and fun to watch. In his new show, which marks FX’s only non TV-MA show (go figure), Sheen plays Charlie Goodson, a former baseball player whose temper cost him his career.  After losing his shot in the major leagues, Charlie gets his degree as a therapist to help others with their Anger Management issues. Flash forward to many years later in which we find Charlie holding small group sessions in his home that consist of a somewhat amusing, if not annoying, cast of characters, all with their own anger management issues. Read More...


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