March 7, 2011 / 2:39 AM / in 7 years

Charlie Sheen's Web show draws more than 100,000 viewers

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Charlie Sheen’s Ustream Internet show drew more than 100,000 viewers during its debut airing on Saturday night.

<p>Actor Charlie Sheen gestures towards the media as he leaves the Pitkin County Courthouse after a sentencing hearing in Aspen, Colorado August 2, 2010. REUTERS/Rick Wilking</p>

Viewer count for “Sheen’s Korner” fluctuated throughout the broadcast but there were 113,251 hits at one point. By contrast, Sheen has about two million Twitter followers.

Wearing a hat and a black t-shirt with a green dollar sign on its front, the ubiquitous former sitcom star and his three cohorts/co-hosts introduced segments such as “Wish They Were Me” and “Weighing in With Rick” (featuring Rick Calamaro, Sheen’s assistant) in a format closely akin to a local access cable show.

Early on during the one hour broadcast, Sheen revealed a new tattoo on his inner left wrist that said “winning,” one of his latest catchphrases.

During another segment Sheen listed off the people he’d like to be for ten minutes: Colin Farrell, San Francisco Giants pitcher Brian “Fear the Beard” Wilson, and Sean Penn.

Sheen stated during the broadcast that, depending on reaction, the show may return on a daily basis.

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