Angus T Jones has reportedly left the cast of Two and a Half Men after 10 seasons and will be replaced with a new female character.… READ ON
A Two and a Half Men lady character is set to join the show, according to new reports out this week.
More changes are on the way to the cast of "Two and a Half Men" as Angus T. Jones has reportedly left the CBS comedy for good, and a female cast member has been added. According to a report on Wednesday (May 29) by E! News, the 19-year-old...Show More Summary
The sins of Charlie Harper's past are set to haunt 'Two and a Half Men' next season as his long-lost daughter is set to join the cast (and replace Angus T. Jones).
You may have thought Two & a Half Men was over with the exit of half man Angus T. Jones, but you thought wrong. The show will live on for an 11th season, but — get this — they're getting a girl. Ewwwwwwwww. (And by "ew," I mean "eh" and by "eh," I mean zzzzzzz.) Read more...
Meh, maybe not… After nearly 10 seasons on the air, Two And A Half Men will be getting nearly a FULL cast revamp!!! While original cast member Jon Cryer still remains, Charlie Sheen and Angus T. Jones are out. Of course, Ashton Kutcher has already stepped up as leading man, but who will fill the void [...]
Selena Gomez had something to do with it. Is there anything more entertaining to us looky-loos than when a former child star speaks out? I mean, when the kid from “Two and a Half Men,” Angus T. Jones, started ranting about how his show was “filth,” that was kind of sad. But when it’s Dylan [...]
The hit CBS show Two And A Half Men may want to think about a name change. The show is losing its half man (Angus T. Jones) next season and is adding a little lady. Two Men And A Lady, which is not the show’s official name, will see Charlie Harper’s lost daughter join the [...]
Can a show become its own spinoff? Two and a Half Men is just about there. First Charlie Sheen had his inglorious exit and was replaced by Ashton Kutcher; then Angus T. Jones left, and now comes news that he's basically being replaced as well. According to Deadline, 2.5 Men, ... More »
"Two and a Half Men" Season 10 finale ends with father and son bonding for Alan and Jake and a different kind of bonding for Walden and guest star Marilu Henner.
CBS has confirmed that 'Two and a Half Men' will return for Season 11 without its titular 'half' – young actor Angus T. Jones.
‘Two and a Half Men’ continuing without Angus T. Jones via Rickey.org Two And A Half Men has been renewed for an eleventh season, but without the "Half" part of that equation, as Angus T. Jones will not be returning. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Angus T. Jones, the kid from Two And A Half Men, is officially leaving the show before its eleventh season, which technically means if we're being really kosher about the title, we now have to change the series' name to 'One Man'. More...Show More Summary
Looks like Angus T. Jones's rant against his livelihood ("Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth. Please.") paid off — while Two and a Half Men will forge ahead to an eleventh season, Jones won't return as a regular cast member. According to Deadline, "he may do guest-starring appearances." ... More »
CBS's long-running sitcom Two and a Half Men will return for an 11th season, but it won't be just like old times. Young co-star Angus T. Jones' role on the show likely will be reduced, a possible by-product of the actor's 2012 rant against the series. Show More Summary
Angus T. Jones announced he is leaving the show that made him famous, choosing instead to make occasional appearances on Two and a Half Men. The question now is whether the long-running sitcom can stay on the air after already losing its top-billed star, Charlie Sheen. There is no worry for the immediate future. CBS [...]Show More Summary
It's true, nothing gold can stay, and by "gold" I mean "Two and a Half Men, the worst CBS show you're not watching." While Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have resigned their contracts for a third season (Kutcher at a $700,000-per-episode payout; Cryer at, I don't know, a gum wrapper and a damp Nickelback ticket stub?), Angus T. Show More Summary
CBS renewed Two and a Half Men for another season but they have to consider renaming the show as Angus T. Jones will not be returning full-time. According to Entertainment Weekly, Jones is currently in talks to have a recurring role on the show. It’s not clear how often Jones will be seen next year but [...]Show More Summary
It seems a major line-up change did little to deter fans, as "Two and a Half Men" will return for an 11th season on CBS. Though Charlie Sheen left in 2011, the show continued on with Ashton Kutcher taking his place. This season brings another shuffle as Angus T. Show More Summary
Looks like Angus T. Jones won't be returning to the show he referred to as "filth," at least not full-time. Two and a Half Men has been renewed for next season, but Jones (the "half" man) won't be a regular, Entertainment Weekly reports. Warner Bros. is, however, discussing a possible...