Bringing an end to their once nasty parting, Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. have reached a settlement agreement pertaining to the two sides' "Two and a Half Men" fallout.
An official statement regarding the lawsuit's conclusion was released on Monday (September 26), as it read: “Warner Bros. Television, Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen have resolved their dispute to the parties’ mutual satisfaction."
His debut pulled in a record-breaking audience, but not everyone seems to be impressed with Ashton Kutcher's replacement of Charlie Sheen - especially his "Two and a Half Men" coworkers.
While the "That 70s show" star has earned rave reviews following Monday night's season premiere, those used to working with now-axed Sheen just couldn't shake the remembrance of their former colleague.
Allowing for things to be a little more public than his former employer prefers, the arbitrator overseeing the case between Charlie Sheen, Warner Bros. and "Two and a Half Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre has denied the studio's request for a gag order surrounding the proceedings.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, all parties are now allowed to speak freely to the press regarding any such issues regarding the case.