LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Charlie Sheen is returning to work, putting the top-rated TV comedy "Two and a Half Men" back into production.
Spokesman Stan Rosenfield said Charlie plans to return to the set of his hit CBS sitcom Tuesday. Production will begin the day before, with taping set to resume March 4th, series producer Warner Brothers Television said Thursday.
Four episodes are expected to be completed for this season, the studio said. That would leave the series four short of the 24 episodes that were planned.
The CBS comedy went on hiatus last month after Sheen sought rehab for undisclosed reasons after a recent tumultuous period in his checkered life, including three hospitalizations in three months.
In an interview last week, Sheen acknowledged that he has had problems, but he insisted he was ready to return to work. He said CBS executives were exaggerating his drug use, and called his cocaine use "social."
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