Its future was in question when Charlie Sheen got the axe, but “Two and a Half Men” seems to have recovered quite nicely- and CBS has renewed the show for another season.
According to a report, the addition of Ashton Kutcher was just what the doctor ordered, and added new life to the 8-season-old sitcom.
CBS has secured Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones at their current salaries for the next round of bachelor pad fun.
The fate of Two and a Half Men has been up in the air for months, but now it appears that CBS may have finally come to a solution: Ashton Kutcher is in final negotiations to replace Charlie Sheen on the hit sitcom. A more formal ann... Read Post
Is Ashton Kutcher taking over for Charlie Sheen, or are we being punk’d? Kutcher is the latest rumored name to surface as a possible new star of CBS’ Two and a Half Men, says trade publication B&C. CBS and Warner Bros. are hustling ... Read Post
Ashton Kutcher is returning to primetime TV as the new star of CBS’ Two and a Half Men, according to multiple reports. First rumored earlier today as a potential replacement for Charlie Sheen, it would mark his return to the sitcom ... Read Post