The newest episode of “Dark Side of the 2000s,” airing on Tuesday, August 29, looks into the life of Charlie Sheen and his self-destruction.
“Dark Side of the 2000s” is a 10-episode documentary series that will go into detail about the era’s untold stories, revealing insights from people who witnessed it firsthand. The series will air a new episode on Vice TV on Tuesday, August 29 at 9 p.m. EST. Viewers looking to stream it can do so by using Philo, DirecTV and Sling. Both Philo and DirecTV offer free trials for new users and Sling offers 50% off your first month.
“Dark Side of the 2000s” will cover aught subjects including the radio wars between Howard Stern and Opie & Anthony, “TRL,” the rise of TMZ, Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen’s “Two and a Half Men” conflict, “Jon & Kate Plus 8,” “The Bachelor,” Siegfried & Roy and men’s lifestyle magazines, or “lad mags.” Here is a look at a trailer for the series from Vice TV’s YouTube Channel:
In a description of Tuesday’s episode from Vice TV, “Two and A Half Men is a huge success until Charlie Sheen self-destructs. In a plot twist no one sees coming, he wages a public, hateful, and violent war against his producer.”
How can I watch “Dark Side of the 2000s” without cable?
The series will air a new episode on Vice TV on Tuesday, August 29 at 9 p.m. EST. Viewers looking to stream it can do so by using Philo, DirecTV and Sling. Both Philo and DirecTV offer free trials for new users and Sling offers 50% off your first month.
What is Philo?
Philo is an over-the-top internet live TV streaming service that offers 60+ entertainment and lifestyle channels, like AMC, BET, MTV, Comedy Central and more, for the budget-friendly price of $25/month.
What is DirecTV Stream?
The streaming platform offers a plethora of content including streaming the best of live and On Demand, starting with more than 75 live TV channels.
What is Sling?
Sling TV is the first app-based TV service letting you stream live television and on-demand content over the internet. With Sling TV, you get to choose the television option that’s right for you, including Channel Add-ons, Premiums Add-ons, DVR Plus and more.