Charlie Sheen has given his first television interview since his latest outburst.
He spoke to ABC News for an interview that will air on Tuesday (US time) as a special one-hour edition of 20/20 .
Portions of the interview also will air on Good Morning America on Monday and Tuesday.
Sheen will discuss his public feud with Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre.
Meanwhile he is also looking to sell his memoirs for at least $10m.
Warner Bros. and CBS both cancelled the remaining episodes for the season. Three days later, Sheen was partying in the Bahamas, accompanied by porn star Bree Olson and his girlfriend, Natalie Kenly.
Channel Nine has now dropped the sitcom from 7pm weeknights, replaced by another Lorre comedy, The Big Bang Theory.