Charlie Sheen revealed seven months ago that he was HIV-positive and now he wants to share his new lifestyle with the world.
According to US Weekly, Sheen is shopping a reality show that would revolve around living with the virus and “his life in general.”
Sheen, 50, was once one of the highest paid actors on television before being fired from CBS’ Two and a Half Men in 2011. He was let go for erratic behavior, disparaging comments about the shows creator and drug use.
Last year, Sheen penned a letter to the Today show, discussing his multiple virus battle.
“Like every other challenge in my life, again, I was victorious and kicking this disease’s ass,” he wrote. “I wish my story had ended there. Unfortunately, for my family and myself, it had only just begun.”
It will be interesting to see if any network takes a chance on Sheen’s idea and brings him back to TV. If so, it will be one interesting journey.