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Two And A Half Men went through a slew of creative changes when the show lost Charlie Sheen. Eventually, Ashton Kutcher replaced Sheen and the show continued making money for an additional four seasons.
Of the TV shows that manage to reach pure greatness, however temporary, very few retain that level of quality throughout their entire runs. Here are 13 shows that should have come to a close well before they actually did, although some are very much still on the air.
Like a bad ending can completely ruin an otherwise good film or book, a TV show’s final episode can leave such a bad taste in one’s mouth that it can change one’s perspective on the entire series. Here are 10 of the most terribly received series finales of all time.
One of the people who was front and center during Sheen’s time of trouble was Two and A Half Men actor Jon Cryer, who recently spoke out about Sheen’s erratic behavior during his final days on set.
If you ask Charlie Sheen a question, there’s a damned good chance you won’t just get an answer, but a “Charlie Sheen answer.” And those are forever more fun, even if they’re not exactly kind or always sound of mind. Here's what he said about the Two and a Half Men finale.
Even if you weren’t one of the 13 million souls who tuned in to watch the Two and a Half Men finale, by now you’ve probably heard that Charlie Sheen did not make a grand appearance last night. But after the final episode ended, Lorre revealed exactly why the highly hyped cameo did not come about.
Charlie Sheen has been openly talking about the possibility of a return to Two and a Half Men for months, and with tonight’s series finale looming, the network has released a trailer for the brand new episode, which is rolling with the title "Of Course He's Dead - Part One and Part Two" and the sub-title “Charlie Harper is alive. Or is he?”
With each new year comes new beginnings, whether in the form of resolutions to become happier with oneself, or in the form of frustration over trying to get taxes done. But, sadly, 2015 in particular will mark the endings for a slew of popular TV series all over the network-sphere.
Two and a Half Men became a staple under the guidance of star Charlie Sheen and 80’s mainstay Jon Cryer, with the tutelage of show runner Chuck Lorre who acted as producer on the series. The show garnered a total of 37 Emmy Award nominations during its run, with Jon Cryer nabbing two statuettes for his own mantle.
Before Two and a Half Men was a huge ratings phenomenon for CBS, Jon Cryer was more famous for playing Duckie in the eighties John Hughes classic Pretty in Pink. Now headed into its 12th season, Two and a Half Men is going to have Cryer channel his movie past in the show’s special Halloween-oriented premiere episode.
Charlie Sheen is a good chunk of the way through his Anger Management contract and another 10/90 order is probably not forthcoming. With Anger Management possibly set to end over the next several months, Sheen is busy looking for other opportunities and the actor recently spoke out to say he would love to return to Two And A Half Men during the show’s final season.
Fans of Maggie Lawson should be pleased to find out that the actress is already coming back to television, as she’s snagged a recurring role on CBS’ Two and a Half Men, which is heading into its twelfth and final season. How sizeable is the audience shared by these two series?
CBS has announced their Fall TV premiere schedule, calling it a "multi-phase rollout." The schedule begins with NFL Thursday Night Football on September 11, while the scripted series don't start rolling out until the week of Sunday, September 21. Among the returning shows lined up for premiere week are The Good Wife, Person of Interest and Hawaii Five-0...
CBS has unveiled their 2014-2015 lineup, and in addition to the return of some old favorites -- The Big Bang Theory, NCIS, Survivor and others -- the Eye is lining up a few new dramas and comedies, among which is the NCIS spinoff, NCIS: New Orleans, a psychological thriller called Stalker and a new ensemble comedy called The McCarthys.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been seen on screen plenty of times before, thanks largely to their starring roles in That 70s Show, but given the news that the couple is reportedly expecting their first child, it's particularly topical to note that Kunis is set to appear on an upcoming episode of Kutcher's CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, and we now have our first look at her character.