After exceeding the minimum ratings threshold that kicked in an automatic renewal, Anger Management, a show in which Charlie Sheen plays pretty much his Two and a Half Men character, only sans bowling shirts, has been picked up for a few more episodes.

90 episodes. Which means that it's already guaranteed to hit the 100-episode milestone required for wide, painful syndication.


To the "credit" of the show, and FX, it has quickly become the highest-rated sitcom on cable, surpassing like Workaholics, Always Sunny, Wilfred, and three others, so it's probably performing as well as cable will allow it to. Still, it's a Charlie Sheen TV adaptation of an Adam Sandler film.

Strange times, readers. Strange times.