At today’s CBS Winter 2013 press tour, CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler spoke about the recent rant by TWO AND A HALF MEN star Angus T. Jones and how they would like him back on the show for an eleventh season if it’s renewed. “We would like him to be part of that,” says Tassler. “We’d like him to be part of it next year. I think he would like to come back too. We would like him to. [Executive Producer] Chuck [Lorre] would like him to. Warner Bros. would. He made his public apology, and we’ve moved on. He’s […]Read On »
After being one of the anchors on Monday nights for nine seasons, the CBS sitcom TWO AND A HALF MEN is moving to Thursdays at 8:30 after THE BIG BANG THEORY this fall. The series, which stars Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones alongside Ashton Kutcher (who joined the show last season after Charlie Sheen’s departure) is still considered a very important asset to the network and at today’s Summer 2012 CBS Press Tour, CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler spoke about the time slot change. “We had a very strong comedy development and we had some difficult choices to make,” […]Read On »
Breaking News (update): Wow! TWO AND A HALF MEN shut down for the rest of the season. Sorry Charlie!
After several weeks of Charlie Sheen’s increased confrontational behavior (especially his call-ins to radio shows), CBS and Warner Television finally made a decision about the status of TWO AND A HALF MEN and the rest of the season. Here’s what they said in a just released statement … “Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros. Television have decided to discontinue production of TWO AND A HALF MEN for the remainder of the season” Wow! Originally there was supposed to be four episodes, now none. This does not bode well for a ninth […]Read On »
At today’s CBS Winter TCA press day in Pasadena, CA, CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler spoke about the recent troubles with Charlie Sheen who stars on their hit show TWO AND A HALF MEN (which is produced by Warner Bros). “We have a high level of concern, how can we not,” admits Tassler. “Personally first, on a very basic human level is concern. This man is a father. He has children. He has a family. So obviously there’s concern on a personal level. But you can’t look at it simplistically. Charlie is a professional. He comes to work and does […]Read On »