Charlie Sheen has notified members of Two and a Half Men's crew that he will pay a portion of their salaries to cover the weeks the show has been on hiatus, TMZ reports.
The 45-year-old actor has offered to pay one-third of the crew's salaries if Warner Bros. (which produces the show) and CBS each pay one-third as well.
Charlie Sheen: "I have a lot of work to do"
According to TMZ, Sheen is ready to return to work next week and complete Men's eighth season. However, a CBS executive told the site that no one on the show is ready to go back to work so quickly. The executive also said no one has asked the network to help pay the crew.
Two and a Half Men goes on hiatus as Charlie Sheen heads to rehab
Two and a Half Men went on a production hiatus on Jan. 28 after Sheen began rehab treatment.
"We sincerely hope that Charlie's rehab is going well," a Warner Bros. executive told TMZ. "We hope that he is healthy in the very near future and we look forward to the return of production of Two and a Half Men."