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Poll: Can 'Two and a Half Men' finally win top Emmy without Charlie Sheen?

March 7, 2011 |  4:00 pm

Charlie sheen fired two and a half men TV newsIt's official. Charlie Sheen has been fired from "Two and a Half Men." That could be terrible news for the TV show that already had rotten luck contending for top Emmys.

Of 39 past Emmy nominations, "Two and a Half Men" has won five times: one for Jon Cryer as best supporting actor and four tech prizes. Charlie Sheen has lost four times as best comedy actor (2006-09) and the show itself lost three times as best comedy series (2006-08).

Now if the show continues without its superstar on board, will the CBS laffer be forever doomed at the Emmys?

Or maybe "Two and a Half Men" will have much better luck without Sheen? A few days ago, when he was still employed by the TV series, we ran a poll asking if the rascal would be nominated for lead actor again. About 64% of our readers said no. Only 12% said they believed Sheen would be nominated this year and win.

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-- Tom O'Neil

Photo: Charlie Sheen. Credit: CBS

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