CBS to cancel Two and a Half Men
The long-run is finally over, CBS has confirmed that it will be cancelling the popular series ‘Two and a Half Men’ after its twelfth season. From its early days with Charlie Sheen, to its more recent run with Ashton Kutcher, the show has seen its ups and downs, and now fans can look forward to a very long sendoff from the network.
Sheen left the show in dramatic style back in 2011, at the time the show was on-break having just ended its 8th season and was prepping for the 9th season debut. Ashton Kutcher stepped into the new role quite nicely, and the show was unstoppable still, with 10 million people turning into the broadcast from week to week.
After Sheen left at the end of season eight, Angus T. Jones also left the series at the end of season 10. That’s when Amber Tamblyn stepped into her new role on the show. CBS will replace the timeslot with Matthew Perry’s ‘The Odd Couple,’ premiering on Feb. 19 at 8:30 p.m. ET. The hour-long series finale of Two and a Half Men airs on CBS on Thursday, Feb. 19 at 9:00 p.m. ET.