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Angus T. Jones Won't Appear On Two And A Half Men Until Midseason
It looks like Angus T. Jones will probably be able to avoid any sort of unpleasantries on the Two and a Half Men set after calling his hit television program “filth.” The 19-year-old actor created an outspoken religious testimonial that went viral this week that indicates the young actor cannot reconcile his belief system with the writing on the show. Luckily, the young man doesn’t need to show up on set until after the New Year.
Angus T. Jones Calls Two And A Half Men Filth In Religious Testimony
Another Two and a Half Men star is stirring up controversy. This time it’s the youngest of the title characters, Angus T. Jones, whose religious journey seems to have led him to the conclusion that his role in the show is bad news. In a recorded testimonial for Forerunner Christian Church, Jones talks about his path to religion and his discovery that Two and a Half Men is the work of “the enemy” and that viewers should “stop watching it and filling your head with filth.”
Two And A Half Men's Chuck Lorre Inks New Deal With Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. has locked in their comedy guru for another four years. Chuck Lorre has been aligned with the company for 12 years already, producing such hits as Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory, and today the man has resigned for another extended period. There’s more than comedy, though, under this new deal.
Miley Cyrus To Guest Star On Two And A Half Men
Miley Cyrus is heading back to the small screen, at least for a few episodes. The singer/actress has secured herself a guest-starring role on CBS' Two and a Half Men, playing someone who grabs the attention of one of the titled "men." Spoilers ahead!
Two And A Half Men Stars Close To Deals For Season 10
Last year, the big question concerning Two and a Half Men was focused on who would be brought in to fill the void left by Charlie Sheen. This year, we're left to wonder if the three core cast-members would sign new contracts to return to the CBS comedy series. Those hoping to see Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones return to Men may have cause to celebrate soon enough.
Two And A Half Men Renewal Announcement Expected Soon, Ashton Kutcher Deal On Track
Things are looking good for another season of Two and a Half Men, and for the return of the star who replaced Charlie Sheen this past season, Ashton Kutcher. A new deal for Kutcher is in the works, and it sounds like things are on track. Unlike in past seasons when things have gone down to the last minute, this year it looks like the renewal announcement will be along soon.
Two And A Half Men Co-Creator Issues Twitter Apology After Bashing Female Comedy
After setting off a firestorm of angry response – mostly from females around the world including actresses, Two and A Half Men creator Lee Aronsohn issued what came across as a forced apology via Twitter today. His brief apology is unlikely to reverse the opinions of him that many women likely formed in the wake of the initial female-comedy-bashing.
Two And A Half Men Co-Creator Bashes Female TV Comedy
Two and a Half Men’s fate is still up in the air, and based on what series co-creator Lee Aronsohn says, CBS and Warner Bros. are trying to work out a deal to keep the show up and running and still profitable. In addition to that, he shared some crass, sexist comments about some other comedies on television.
Kathy Bates Will Play Charlie Harper's Ghost On Two And A Half Men
If I had to make a short list of people to play the ghost of deceased Two and a Half Men character Charlie Harper, I’m not quite sure who would top the list. But I can tell you Kathy Bates wouldn’t even cross my mind. She crossed someone’s mind however, since the Oscar-winning actress will in fact play the ghost of not-so-dearly-departed former star of the series, Charlie Sheen.
Hulu Will Offer Community, Modern Family, And Other PaleyFest Panels On Demand
The festival, held each year at The Paley Media Center, includes numerous panel interviews of the casts and creative talents behind some of the most popular shows on television. The panels are always fascinating, and often turn up online on as DVD extras. This year, however, fans who can't attend or watch the live stream will be able to watch nine of the panels on demand at their leisure thanks to Hulu.
The Voice And Smash Dip In Ratings But NBC Still Comes Out Ahead Of CBS On Monday
While it was probably to be expected that both The Voice and Smash would see ratings dips this week, following their season and series’ premieres, which were heavily promoted by NBC during the Super Bowl. Both shows did post lower numbers this week, however NBC still managed to come out on top in total viewers, while CBS’ comedies slumped to season lows.
Ashton Kutcher Hoping To Return To Two And A Half Men
When he joined Two and a Half Men, Kutcher only signed a one year contract. However, now that ratings are up 20% in viewers from what Two and a Half Men was posting in Sheen’s last season, CBS would be happy to add a few years to Kutcher’s tenure. The real question is, does Kutcher happen to be interested?
Two And A Half Men Casts Mimi Rogers For Walden Schmidt's Mom
Two and a Half Men fans are set to be introduced to the mother of the CBS’ comedy’s new character Walden Schmidt. The character is set to play by a certain actress who was once married to Tom Cruise. (Not Nicole Kidman.)
Gary Busey To Guest Star On Two And A Half Men
Now, Gary Busey is ready to return to television, this time in a scripted role. Scripted or no, Busey is often at his best when he is playing himself, if you will, and that’s exactly who CBS would like Busey to be. The Academy Award nominated actor will appear on Two and a Half Men as a version of himself who is staying in a mental hospital.
Monday Ratings: Drops For Two And A Half Men And The Playboy Club, Terra Nova Did Just-OK
Unsurprisingly, Two and a Half Men’s second episode showed a steep drop in ratings from last week’s premiere, but also unsurprisingly, the series still showed numbers well above the norm for a scripted comedy. Meanwhile, Terra Nova did just-ok given the hype, and The Playboy Club dropped substantially from last week’s season premiere.