Credit: Getty Images Photo: Ashton Kutcher, Two and a Half Men

After a long period of rumors circulating — including word that the three principal cast members had agreed to sign on for another year — negotiations have closed, and CBS' controversial sitcom Two and a Half Men is set to continue on for a tenth season. 

The show, which saw original star Charlie Sheen replaced with Ashton Kutcher after Charlie's headline-grabbing public feud with show creator Chuck Lorre, has continued to secure solid ratings even after Ashton Kutcher stepped in. Reportedly, producers had tried to sign Ashton Kutcher and his fellow stars Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones for an additional two seasons, but only a deal for one year could be released. Rumor has it that all three are receiving significant pay raises. 

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Source: TheWrap

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