Charlie Sheen May Do a Reality Show, Talk Show for Mark Cuban's HDNet

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"We'll do something together, but it's not certain it will be a show," he says. "It'll come down to what he wants do."

Charlie Sheen's future on Two and a Half Men is uncertain, but he could be returning to air on Mark Cuban's HDNet.

“It could be a talk show or a reality show, Cuban told Sunday. "We're trying to decide. 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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Or it may not be a show at all.

"We'll do something together, but it's not certain it will be a show. It'll come down to what he wants do and what his situation is. We'll just figure it out from there, but it's a unique opportunity, I'll say that," Cuban added.

"You've got somebody that everybody has a whole lot of interest in who's doing some interesting things, to say the least, and we always look for interesting programming by featuring interesting people doing interesting things," Cuban went on. "I reached out and we've had some conversations, and we're going to work on doing some things."

Cuban first confirmed to Friday he was in talks with Sheen: "It would be a great show. Can't really say anything beyond that at this point." In an email to The Hollywood Reporter Friday, he said, "Can only tell you we had a conversation."

Cuban watched Sheen's UStream web show Saturday, saying, "Everybody wants to critique a Web show that got put together in a few hours. That's not the point. It gave him a chance to be himself and have some fun. The thing I like the most about Charlie is that he just loves to mess with the media. You guys fall hook, line and sinker."

Cuban has also started integrating Sheen's catchphrases into the Mavericks' promos. (He owns the basketball team.) Player Dirk Nowitzki recently shot a video in which he flexes, and then looks into the camera, "Boom. Winning" according to ESPN. "I got Tiger Blood. Every day is just filled with wins."