two and a half men
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.
Comedy Central plans to air 'The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen' immediately following the relaunch of 'Two and a Half Men' with new leading man Ashton Kutcher.
When CBS's hit series 'Two and a Half Men' makes its triumphant return this fall, make sure to have some tissues handy: there's going to be a death in the family.
After recently making waves as the man who would save the CBS hit comedy ‘Two and a Half Men’ from almost certain doom, comes news that Ashton Kutcher’s deal with the show is only for one season - at least for now.
During CBS' upfront presentation new 'Two and a Half Men' star Ashton Kutcher joined his co-stars John Cryer and Angus T. Jones on stage to welcome back the network’s highest-rated sitcom.
After being turned down by Hugh Grant earlier this week, reports out of CBS indicate that comedy actor and web celebrity Ashton Kutcher will take Charlie Sheen's place on CBS' most popular sitcom.
In an attempt to keep 'Two and a Half Men' on the air, creator Chuck Lorre is working on rebooting the series with Jon Cryer playing a larger role and another yet-to-be-cast character stepping in.
CBS & Warner Bros. Television have officially fired Charlie Sheen from the hit television series 'Two and a Half Men.' Sheen's response: this is 'very good news'... and then he talks about warlocks.
Simply put: When it comes to 'Two and a Half Men,' Charlie Sheen is right, Chuck Lorre is wrong and CBS & Warner Bros. had no (contractual) reason to shut down production of the series.
After a series of brash remarks directed at 'Two and a Half Men' series creator Chuck Lorre, Charlie Sheen has forced CBS & Warner Bros. to halt production on the show for the rest of the season.