It seems no matter what problems Two and a Half Men goes through, CBS is determined to make sure that the comedy just won't die. The network announced Friday that the show has just been renewed for an eleventh season, meaning the sitcom will stick around until at least 2014 and Emmy winner Jon Cryer will never, ever, ever leave our television screens. But, UPDATE!, it looks like Angus T. Jones will not be returning as a series regular according to Deadline Hollywood.
The 19-year-old actor famously slammed the successful sitcom in a YouTube video earlier this season. After the video went viral, speculation was rampant that he would either leave the show or be let go.
CBS probably didn't want to be left out of the renewal party, considering today brought news that NBC's Parenthood will be returning for a Season 5 (along with four other shows) and The CW fans will be able to see more shirtless southerners in Season 3 of Hart of Dixie (along with two more dramas).
Instead of an official press release, though, the eye network tweeted Friday afternoon that Two and a Half Men has been renewed for the 2013-2014 season.
#TwoAndAHalfMen renewed for 2013-2014 season!— CBS Tweet (@CBSTweet) April 26, 2013
It's unclear how often Jones will appear in his new "recurring" role. Try not to go an another viral rant about how your show is complete “filth” okay boys? Mind your Ps and Qs and have a lovely summer.
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