Two and a Half Men
"Two and a Half Men" is back -- but Charlie Sheen isn't. Ashton Kutcher has stepped into the ma-Sheen's shoes and joined Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones on the long-running CBS stitcom in which an uptight man has to raise his impressionable son under the roof of his loutish brother. We'll be there to see if it's still funny when season 9 starts this fall.
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Posted on Wednesday, Nov 20, 2013
Both "Two and a Half Men" and "Elementary" were up after last week's dismal performances, while NBC's "Sean Saves the World," &qu ...
Posted on Friday, Oct 25, 2013
However, both "Two and a Half Men" and "Elementary" posted ugly numbers to close CBS' night ...
Posted on Friday, Oct 18, 2013
TV Ratings: Monteith tribute boosts 'Glee,' 'Wonderland' premieres soft and 'Big Bang' leads CBS Thursday
CBS was, as always, led by "The Big Bang Theory," which was Thursday's top show in must measures and led the network to overall wins for the ...
Posted on Friday, Oct 11, 2013
With a weaker lead-in, "The Crazy Ones" took a big drop in its second week, pushing "Two and a Half Men" down as well ...
Posted on Friday, Oct 4, 2013
CBS kept the "Two and a Half Men" season premiere - the first episode of the series with Ashton Kutcher, and perhaps more importantly, the first wit ...
Posted on Tuesday, Sep 20, 2011