Apparently, there is a deadline of two and a half weeks -(how appropriate)-left for Warner Brothers TV and CBS to decide on the fate of "Two and a Half Men". CBS company will be revealing their fall schedule for advertisers on 18th of this May in New York. This deadline lingers over the network and it's producer, Sheen's arch nemesis Chuck Lorre, to develop a sort of a warlock free version of the sitcom, or to just kill off what has been a hugely lucrative enterprise for everyone.
There are some names being tossed out there as possible replacements for Charlie. Actors like John Stamos, Rob Lowe and Jay Mohr have been in the loop so far.
Sheen has been reaping 1.8 million per episode, and "Men" were being constantly ranked as the number one show on TV, prior to incidents that put our "winner" and Lorre into this bitter feud.
As Charlie, aka Mr. Estevez, leads his legal battles against Lorre and Warner, I guess I will just sit tight and look forward to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" episodes. :)