Popular speculation about Charlie Sheen's enigmatic clues has turned out to be truth: an Anger Management series is in the works. Derivative of the 2003 film, Charlie Sheen will play an amended version of the character originated by Jack Nicholson, an unbalanced psychotherapist assigned to a mild-mannered man whose bad luck (and incurable passiveness) has landed him in legal trouble.
Producer Joe Roth, who has worked with Sheen in the past, is very optimistic about the project. No word on who will recreate Adam Sandler's role for the series; on the one hand, whoever plays the role can stake confidence in decent ratings for at least the early run of the series (there are plenty of those still eager to watch Sheen, some with hopes of witnessing another debacle). On the other hand, the actor's inconsistency and behavior will surely be a deterrent for some actors.
As for what this series will prove to be... well, the subject matter: emotional instability. The mood of the film: outlandish and crazy. The star to play the lead character: All that and more. So, let's just say, there are some nerve-wracking expectations.
Source: Hollywood Reporter