(LOS ANGELES) -- Who needs CBS when you can broadcast yourself on the Internet? Charlie Sheen, whose CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men is on hiatus because of his public tirades, launched a webcast from his Sherman Oaks, Calif., home Saturday night via Ustream. During the 50-minute webcast, dubbed Sheen's Korner, Sheen unveiled a tattoo on his left wrist of the word "winning," which has become his new catchphrase.
The webcast may have been a warm-up for a new TV gig on the cable network HDNet. According to ESPNDallas.com, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he's had talks with Sheen about launching new programming for HDNet, which Cuban owns. It could include a talk show hosted by Sheen or a reality show starring the Two and a Half Men actor, though nothing is set in stone. Cuban says, "Right now, we're taping a lot of different things that he's doing and we'll try to figure it out. It's still not 100 percent certain."
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