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CBS has expressed its desire to bring Two and a Half Men for an 11th season.
Entertainment Weekly reports that CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler expressed to TV critics in Pasedena during the press tour presentation that, “We told [studio] Warner Bros. we would like to have an 11th season and they’re equally interested. So stay tuned.”
The hit sitcom has seen a facelift ever since That ’70 Show actor Ashton Kutcher took on the lead role following the departure/firing of Charlie Sheen. Sheen’s character Charlie was easily written out, having started Kutcher’s first season out with a funeral for Sheen’s character.
Actor Angus T. Jones stirred more controversy during the tenth season after a video rant went viral of him calling the show, which he has starred in for nearly a decade, “filth” and the work of the devil.
“Please stop watching it and filling your head with filth. People say it’s just entertainment. Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you’ll have a decision to make when it comes to television and especially with what you watch on television ... it's bad news."
He later apologized for the comments.
EW notes that Two and a Half Men is the longest running sitcom to date.