“Two and a Half Men”
The studio that fired former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen said Monday it has struck a deal with the actor to end their legal dispute.
Both Ashton Kutcher and Charlie Sheen have something to brag about during their big nights on television.
New man Ashton Kutcher takes his place on “Two and a Half Men” on CBS Monday night, replacing Charlie Sheen, who got himself fired. Kutcher plays a wealthy guy who’s a success at business but a failure in love.
Charlie Sheen seems to have buried the hatchet. Appearing on Thursday’s “Tonight Show,” the former star of “Two and a Half Men” radiated a forgiving mood toward his old workplace.
“Two and a Half Men” stars Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones have promised that “all will be revealed” when the ninth season premieres, and now we know a bit more about who Kutcher will play when the show returns.
The first “Two and a Half Men” season without Charlie Sheen will reportedly open with a funeral for his character.
Charlie Sheen, who was fired from “Two and a Half Men” in March, aims to launch another hit sitcom — this time, on his own terms.
CBS has announced its new 2011-2012 primetime schedule, ordering five new series and prying loose “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” from its long-time Thursday slot to make room for a new drama from “Lost” creator J.J. Abrams.
It’s official. Ashton Kutcher will join the cast of the hit CBS comedy, “Two and a Half Men.”
Former “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen went before a Los Angeles judge Tuesday seeking custody of his twin sons with estranged wife Brooke Mueller, who also attended the closed hearing.