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Two and a Half Men Has Been Renewed — But Angus T. Jones Won’t Be Back
Is it time for a name change?
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CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men has finally been renewed for next season, but Angus T. Jones is not returning as a series regular, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Warner Brothers says there's still a chance Angus may return as a recurring cast member, but he would no longer be a regular.
Angus plays Jake on the venerable series and found himself him a bit of hot water during an outburst last fall when he told viewers to stop watching the show.
It had been reported that Angus and the show had patched things up, but maybe that wasn't the case.
Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer will both be back, however, with Ashton making a reported $700,000 per episode. Not too shabby.
This will be the show's 11th season. Charlie Sheen left the show after Season 8 after all sorts of shenanigans.
There had been rumors that Miley Cyrus may be taking Angus's place on the show, but that sadly does not appear to still be in the works.
With Angus possibly out the door for good, Jon Cryer is the only remaining core cast member to still appear regularly.
So maybe the show should change its name from Two and a Half Men to One Man and Whoever Else Won't Go On a Tirade?