'Two and a Half Men' Picked Up For Tenth Season
Whether you like it or not, another Charlie Sheen-less season of Two and a Half Men is coming back to TV.
On Saturday, CBS announced that the hit sit-com has been renewed for its tenth season after seeing an increase in ratings since Sheen's departure. This will be the series' second season without the troubled 46-year-old actor.
Will the lineup remain the same for the new season?
Sheen's replacement, Ashton Kutcher, is set to return along with original cast members Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones. All three actors have negotiated new agreements with Warner Bros. Television.
Kutcher's first season on Two and a Half Men raked in a 13 percent increase in ratings compared to Sheen's last season. The show itself was ranked second in prime-time comedies for adults ages 25 to 54 and third among adults 18 to 49.
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See what Two and Half Men showrunner Chuck Lorre says about Ashton's role below.