The last several days may have felt like Sheen was going around the clock. But now SiriusXM Radio is going to make it a reality.
Sheen was back on the airwaves Friday. His wide-eyed media blitz continued, this time with a Philadelphia radio station.
Wired-96.5 had a plane drag a banner over the actor's home Thursday requesting an interview. It worked. Sheen told the radio hosts he's optimistic about getting back to work on the CBS TV series "Two and a Half Men".
Later Friday, SiriusXM Radio announced that it is devoting a channel to the Sheen media circus.
They're calling it "Tiger Blood Radio - all Sheen, all the time." It's a limited run, 24-hour channel that will air from 6 a.m. Saturday through Sunday morning.
"That's not something that I've ever seen before," said Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, an assistant professor at the University of Southern California. "That's the thing that's quite shocking about the Sheen story. A lot of us are of course offended and shocked, but we still pay attention. He is not yet a pariah."
Meantime, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sheen is looking to buy his neighbor's house. The $7.5 million home is owned by Hollywood producer Mike Madavoy, who produced the Oscar-nominated film "Black Swan."
The Journal said Sheen is in escrow to buy the 9,000-square-foot home.