CBS Renews 'Two and a Half Men' for Season 11 Without Angus T. Jones
CBS Renews 'Two and a Half Men' for Season 11 Without Angus T. Jones
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men will return for season 11 in the fall, but without the half-man.

After extensive negotiations, stars Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher have signed deals to return next season to Two and a Half Men, but original star Angus T. Jones, who plays the titular half Jake Harper, is not returning as a main character. He will recur as a guest star, but he will not be a series regular in season 11.

Thanks to a very healthy lead-in from The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men has maintained an average of around 14 million viewers for its current season, making it the second most popular sitcom on TV.

Now that 60 percent of the show's original title is gone, will fans continue to watch the critically-reviled sitcom? And how much longer can Two and a Half Men stick around? These are questions only time will tell.

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Two and a Half Men joins the countless other CBS shows that have already been renewed for next season. Assuming all of its renewed shows are on the fall schedule, and the impending deal to bring back Criminal Minds actually happens, the network will only have two and a half hours available for new shows. So either CBS will add two new dramas and a sitcom to the schedule, or one new drama and three sitcoms, expanding its comedy domination to a new hour.

Two and a Half Men airs Thursdays at 8:30pm on CBS.

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