Two and a Half Men fans, you can breathe again! It looks like the snags in getting a tenth season going have finally been cleared up. According to Deadline Hollywood, stars Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones (Half-man! Half-man! Half-man! I will put a Game of Thrones joke anywhere...) are just a signature away from a one-year deal with the CBS comedy.
The biggest news here is the inclusion of Kutcher, who replaced Charlie Sheen on a trial basis last season. His future with the show was always up in the air, but Season 9 performed well enough without Sheen to inspire both Kutcher and CBS to work something out. Kutcher will earn around $700,000 per episode, Cryer just shy of that, and Jones will rake in $300,000 an ep. You still make a lot less.
Now all CBS has to do is work out a deal with Warner Bros TV to continue airing the show, which shouldn't be difficult. It's still unclear whether Season 10 will be the show's last.
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