Charlie Sheen will not appear on final season of 'Entourage,' says creator
Despite earlier attempts to get Charlie Sheen to appear on the final season of Entourage, which kicks off July 24, the embattled former Two and a Half Men star will not be on hand for the show’s swan song, creator Doug Ellin tells EW.
“I never heard back. Looks like it will not be happening,” Ellin says, lamenting the possibilities. “I could have come up with some good stuff. I didn’t really plan anything, but I would have.”
Earlier this month, Ellin had expressed interest in having Sheen on the show, but the offer has officially expired, as Ellin was penning the final script when EW caught up with him yesterday.
The show is currently half way through filming the eighth and final season of the series, which will feature appearances by guest stars like The Big Bang Theory’s Johnny Galecki and Andrew Dice Clay.