Charlie Sheen returns to small screen 10 months after going public with HIV-positive status

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen playing a loveable “man-child.”

Charlie Sheen is returning to the small screen.

Ten months after going public with his HIV-positive status, Sheen is set to star in and executive produce Crackle original movie Mad Families.

Mad Families, which started production last week in Los Angeles, stars Sheen as Charlie Jones, a loveable “man-child” with a heart of gold and unique way of looking at the world.

The TV movie is described as a multi-generational comedy that centers on three families — one Latino, one African-American and one white — who find themselves sharing the same camping space over the Fourth of July weekend.

When none offer to leave the site, they try to figure out a way to co-exist peacefully but ultimately decide on a series of competitions to determine a winner. As the families face off in a series of hysterical contests, the brassy, biting Charlie quips and complains his way through the great outdoors, but ultimately, with the help of his fellow campers, ends up realizing what’s most important in life.

Fred Wolf (Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser) will direct and produce from a script that he and David Spade co-wrote. Sheen worked with Wolf to develop the role after signing on to the project. Anne Clements also will produce.

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