From radio to TV, Charlie Sheen is taking his story to prime time.
On Tuesday at 10/9c, ABC's 20/20 will air a one-hour special interview with the 45-year-old actor, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The interview, portions of which will air on Good Morning America on Monday and Tuesday, will focus on the shutdown of Two and a Half Men and Sheen's recent anti-Chuck Lorre tirade.
Sheen is also reportedly writing a tell-all book about life on the set, according to TMZ.com. The proposed book, for which the actor is considering the title When the Laughter Stopped, will detail what happened behind-the-scenes over the last eight years on the CBS comedy.
Though Sheen says he's still working on the book, he says he's expecting the bidding war for the rights to his book to start at $10 million.
On Thursday, CBS and Warner Bros. Television shut down production on Two and a Half Men following a series of radio rants, where Sheen blamed the producers for the delayed return of the show and challenged Lorre to a fight. Sheen responded by saying he would return to the series for Season 9 if Lorre is not involved.