Does time really heal all wounds? After Charlie Sheen’s stint on Two and A Half Men ended with a $100 million lawsuit in 2011, RadarOnline.com has learned the actor is in “serious talks” to return for the show’s finale — and executive producer Chuck Lorre is on board!
Two and a Half Men will be ending a successful 12 season run on February 19. Ashton Kutcher replaced Sheen after his very public falling out with Lorre, but now sources say they could be reunited on the screen.
"There is no more bad blood between Charlie and Chuck. They made their peace awhile ago,” an insider revealed. "Chuck has offered Charlie the opportunity to return for the series finale of the show, and both sides are talking about making it happen. No decision has been made, and Charlie wants to be comfortable with what the plans are for his role."
Sheen's rep, Jeff Ballard wouldn't comment about the talks, but did tell Radar, "Charlie has expressed a desire to return for the finale, especially for the fans."
Not long after, Lorre told reporters at the winter press tour for the Television Critics Association last week, "It would be inappropriate to not acknowledge the extraordinary success we had with Charlie, and how grateful I am — we all are – for his contributions. There is nothing but great feelings for the eight-and-a-half years we worked together. But how to wrap the show up? It’s tricky…Because, in a way, the show morphed into something else entirely for the last four years, and its something we love. And we want to honor both. How to honor both is the challenge of this finale."
A rep for the show didn't immediately respond to request for comment.