Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management on FX concludes with 100th and final episode

11:10 AM EST 12/23/2014 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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In "Charlie & The 100th Episode" which airs tonight at 10 PM on the FX channel, Charlie decides between keeping his group and being a sports psychologist for a baseball team. Written by Bruce Helford, Dave Caplan and Bob Kushell, and directed by Bob Koherr, the last episode in the series marks the end of a show that managed to run for two seasons.

Anger Management premiered to record ratings - with 5.74 million viewers tuned in - on June 28, 2012. As part of a deal with Lionsgate's Debmar-Mercury, if the first 10 episodes were successful, the network and production company would agree to order 90 more. Clearly bolstered by the circumstances surrounding Sheen's firing from Two and a Half Men, the first season of Anger Management attracted an average of 2.98 million viewers. The first 76 installments that have aired have averaged 1.1 million viewers. However, in the recent episodes, fewer than 500,000 viewers have been tuning in on the show. Thus, with ratings slipping, the network executives have decided not to move forward with a third season of Anger Management.

Sheen in a statement for the press said: "I am beyond proud of what we accomplished over the course of 100 episodes of Anger Management. We created something uniquely special with some of the most talented individuals I have ever had the privilege to work with. My sincere thanks to all for their unwavering love and support. Here's to the next chapter."

The cast of Anger Management included Shawnee Smith as Charlie's ex-wife Jennifer, Daniela Bobadilla as his teenage daughter Sam, Noureen DeWulf as his spoiled, shallow and destructive anger management patient Lacey, Michael Arden as his gay passive-aggressive anger management patient Patrick, Derek Richardson as his unassertive anger management patient Nolan, Barry Corbin as his elderly politically-incorrect anger management patient Ed, Michael Boatman as his neighbor and friend Michael, Brett Butler as his regular bartender at the tavern Brett, and Selma Blair, who was fired last year over a feud with Sheen, as Dr. Kate Wales, Charlie's therapist, colleague and friend-with-benefits.

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