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Two and a Half Men has been renewed for an 11th season by CBS.

Stars Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have each inked one-year deals to return, while Angus T. Jones will appear at least part-time this fall.

New Two and a Half Men Stars

His future had been in doubt since Angus T. Jones ranted against the show, calling it "filth" and saying he wanted to leave in a 2012 video.

That hatchet has been buried, however. While the 19-year-old will likely go to college after this season, he'll recur on Men when available.

Excited for an 11th year of Two and a Half Men - which will now go at least three seasons after Charlie Sheen's epic flameout? Sound off!

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Hilary Duff to is all set to romance Ashton Kutcher...

... on the small screen, that is!

The actress will guest star on the Two and a Half Men Season 10 finale, coming on board as Stacey, a love interest for Kutcher's Waldeon Schmidt.

Hilary Duff Up Close

But here's the big twist: Walden will end up falling for Stacey's grandmother!

Awkward! Duff's episode of this awful CBS sitcom airs on May 9.

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Over 27 million people tuned in for the season nine premiere of Two and a Half Men, anxious to see what all the Ashton Kutcher-related hype was about.

Since then, however, ratings have dropped steadily for the CBS sitcom, which remains one of the most-watched show on television, yet has lost about 10 million households since its September opener.

  • Playing Charlie
  • Ashton Kutcher Promo Photo

Charlie Sheen thinks he knows the problem and, no, he isn't about to blame Ashton Kutcher's sordid personal life. The actor simply tells INF Daily that the show isn't very good, he's "extremely disappointed" with the way producers are "handling what I left behind" and ratings are poor because:

"People aren't stupid ... not all of them."

What do you think, readers? Whose version of Two and a Half Men do you prefer?

 

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Over 28 million people tuned in for the season nine premiere of Two and a Half Men, but one viewer in particular has made headlines for his take on Ashton Kutcher's debut.

What did Charlie Sheen think of his replacement?

The Debut of Walden Schmidt

After referring to Jon Cryer as a "freaking genius," Sheen told Access Hollywood late last week: "I think everybody won. I thought the show was really good. I thought [Ashton] was terrific."

Sheen is likely including himself in this list of winners, considering he'll bank $100 million off the show over the next few years.

What did you think of Kutcher's Two and a Half Men debut?

 

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Never before have so many people been so curious about the season premiere of an unoriginal, unfunny comedy.

But Two and a Half Men returns to CBS on September 19 and here is what we know about the first, Charlie Sheen-less episode it airs:

Ashton Kutcher on Two and a Half Men Set
  • Sheen's Harper will be killed off.
  • The cause of death? Viewers will learn he married, and then cheated on, Rose. At the character's funeral, she'll pretty much admit to pushing him off a train platform.
  • Season premiere guest stars will include Jenny McCarthy and John Stamos.
  • Ashton Kutcher will portray a billionaire named Walden Schmidt, one of several people who stop by to consider purchasing Charlie's house.

Will you watch the Two and a Half Men premiere?

 

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Will Charlie Harper really be killed off Two and a Half Men?

How will new star Ashton Kutcher be introduced?

And, seriously, how does anyone find this sitcom funny?

Two of those questions will be answered on September 19, when season nine of the series premieres on CBS. To get fans excited, the network has released the following promotional image, which teases that "all will be revealed" on that date. Based on Jon Cryer's face, let's hope some things are best left a secret...

Two and a Half Men Promo Pic

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Unless we're getting Punk'd, we now know who will be taking over for Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men.

Variety reports that Ashton Kutcher has signed on to the sitcom for the 2011-2012 season, with sources saying he'll receive a "huge payday" and creator Chuck Lorre has come up with a storyline for his character that satisfies CBS.

Ashton Photograph

The news comes just a day after word spread that Hugh Grant almost accepted the role, and less than a week before CBS presents its upcoming schedule to advertisers in NYC.

Kutcher rose to fame on Fox's That '70s Show. Think he's a good fit for Two and a Half Men?

Ashton Kutcher Biography

Photo of Ashton Kutcher Ashton Kutcher made more headlines than ever throughout 2011. Following a modest movie career, he took over for Charlie Sheen on Two and... More »
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