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Charlie Sheen Hospitalized but Will Return to Work This Week, 'Terra Nova' Casting Almost Complete and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Oct 27th 2010 12:05PM
Charlie SheenThat hospital stay yesterday didn't get in the way of Charlie Sheen's work schedule -- his manager told People that the actor will return to work this week.

"Charlie will be working this week doing a cameo role, playing himself, in a small movie as a favor to a friend and has every intention of going back to work on 'Two and a Half Men' on Tuesday," Mark Burg told the magazine. "He's looking forward to working."

Sheen was found drunk and naked in his trashed New York hotel room early Tuesday morning, and was immediately hospitalized then released later in the day. Though sources claim the hospitalization was due to intoxication, Sheen's rep said it was an "adverse reaction to some medication."

In other TV news ...

ABC has ordered six more episodes of its midseason series 'Off the Map,' bringing the episode total to 13. The medical drama follows doctors at a medical clinic in South America. [TV Guide]

Fox has renamed new series 'Ride-Along' to 'The Chicago Code.' "Changing the title ... reflects our belief that this is more than just a cop show. It's about the not just the police but politics, the Midwest, history, Government corruption and the city's code," said creator Shawn Ryan. [Deadline]

'Terra Nova' casting is almost complete, and should begin production in Australia next month. Landon Liboiron ('Degrassi: The Next Generation') and Naomi Scott with play the teenage children of Jim and Elisabeth Shannon, and Alana Mansour will play the family's youngest daughter. There is still one series regular role to fill. [Entertainment Weekly]

Juan Carlos Cruz, former host of the Food Network's 'Calorie Commando,' pleaded no contest to hiring men to kill his wife. The attempted murder charge was dropped. He faces nine years in jail. [TV Guide]

The creators of the 'Real Housewives' franchise have formed their own production company and signed a deal with Bravo. Matt Anderson and Nate Green will continue to run their four hit shows while creating new series for the network. [Deadline]

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we all need help one time or another and for Charlie Sheen is a "do or die" situation. This is the time for changes, and i am not talking of news worthy phychiatric evaluation..not a good idea. Read this and you'll understand http://celebs911.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/charlie-sheen-911/

October 28 2010 at 5:38 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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