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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' is looking to make another change to its cast, replacing Angus T. Jones with Miley Cyrus for Season 11. Should the show just end?
Liz Lemon gets married on '30 Rock', a new Thanksgiving is created on 'Last Resort', and Frank goes back to work on 'It's Always Sunny'. What will you be watching?
Are you upset about Angus T. Jones' comments about 'Two and a Half Men?" You shouldn't be - and here's why.
'Two and a Half Men' star Angus T. Jones has a few things to say about his hit CBS series... and they're not good things.
Thursday night is packed with programming. Will you choose dramas or comedies tonight? Perhaps both. What will you be watching?
Tonight's lineup is a mixed bag of comedies and dramas. If you're not interested in all of the singing competitions, that is. What will you be watching?
With 2011 coming to a close, it's time to take a look back at the most popular television moments from the past year (according to TiVo). Is your favorite on the list?
While not everyone enjoyed the 'Two and Half Men' season 9 premiere, Charlie Sheen sure did. Perhaps the $125 million settlement in his dispute with the studio helped with his viewing experience.
Fans are not very happy with the drastic changes made to 'Two And A Half Men', but don't tell CBS that - the premiere was the highest-rated scripted show in years. However NBC's 'The Playboy Club' didn't fare so well.
With Charlie Sheen out and Ashton Kutcher in, will 'Two and a Half Men' prove to the world that there's still some laughs to be had in this series? Find out, as we review and discuss the season 9 premiere, 'Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt.'
With Charlie Sheen's character set to be pronounced dead in the 'Two and a Half Men' season 9 premiere, Sheen reveals that not only is he looking forward to seeing his on screen death, but that he'd be up for returning to the series in the future.
The taping of 'Two and a Half Men' season 9 premiere has finished, and photos of Charlie Harper's (Charlie Sheen) funeral have been released - along with the gruesome details of how he died.
Remember that mediocre 2003 film 'Anger Management', staring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson? Well, Charlie Sheen is bringing it to TV - and he's playing the Nicholson role.