Two and a Half Men
No, it’s not 2011 — you’re reading this right. Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre’s feud goes back years and in a new interview, he slammed him once again, calling him a ‘ridiculous imposter.’ Yikes.
It’s been seven months since Charlie Sheen revealed he was HIV Positive on the ‘Today’ show, and on June 21, he returned with a very happy update — he was feeling great. However, he did reveal the few regrets he had in his life.
“It was like being released from prison,” Charlie Sheen told Matt Lauer on the Today show about his recent reveal that he had HIV. “We unearthed the stepping stones to the rubicon of change.” However, he still had regrets that affected his every day life — one being that he was fired from the TV show he starred on for the first eight seasons.
Sean Hayes called ‘Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows’ the reunion of all reunions — and he wasn’t kidding. NBC just revealed the lineup of stars planning to attend, and we were pretty shocked to see that Charlie Sheen will come face-to-face with Jon Cryer!
Charlie Sheen doesn’t have the best history with Jon Cryer. Ok, it’s actually not good — at all. Charlie verbally attacked Jon (“you’re a troll”) after leaving Two & A Half Men, while Jon stayed quiet until the show ended in February 2015. He then published, So That Happened, a book all about the crazy adventures that Charlie took him on. So, did the two put their differences aside? It looks like it! They will both appear on the tribute to James Burrows, NBC has announced. James directed two episodes of Two and a Half Men.
Woah! The little boy from ‘Two and A Half Men’ is all grown up with long hair and a beard looking nothing like his young character. Angus T. Jones, who played Jake Harper in the show starring Charlie Sheen, is now 22 and completely different!
‘Two and a Half Men’ star, Angus T. Jones, 22, looks nothing like the sweet little 10-year-old he played on the hit CBS show. After 10 years playing Jake Harper, the former actor left the sitcom, dropping out of the public eye and is now a regular college student. The childhood actor is almost unidentifiable as he was spotted out in Venice Beach, Ca. this week sporting a baseball jacket and long, scraggly hair with some unruly facial.
Charlie Sheen is HIV positive, HollywoodLife can confirm, and a source EXCLUSIVELY revealed to us that his infamous meltdown in 2011 was actually a result of his diagnosis. We have the intense details.
Remember when Charlie Sheen, now 50, was having a full-blown meltdown about “tiger blood” and having “adonis DNA” back in 2011? Well, a source has EXCLUSIVELY revealed to HollywoodLife.com that the breakdown actually came on the heels of Charlie’s HIV diagnosis, as a way “to prove his invincibility.”
The series finale of ‘Two and a Half’ men was anything but ordinary. Filled with meta lines and inside jokes, we couldn’t help but notice the central theme of the Feb. 19 episode: Charlie Sheen’s ridiculous meltdown. But the best was the last scene, and now you can watch it here.
Spoiler alert: if you don’t want to know how Two and a Half Men ended, do not continue reading, or well, you’ll know exactly how the final scene goes down.
Spoiler alert: if you haven’t yet watched the Feb. 19 series finale of ‘Two And A Half Men,’ do not continue reading!
After 12 seasons, Two and a Half Men came to a hilarious end, which included a ton on one-liner jokes all about the longevity of the show, the stars who have appeared, and yes of course, the crazy antics of Charlie Sheen. Of course, watching the show, everyone was curious if the actor — who was fired after going off on creator Chuck Lorre in season eight — would make a grand return. Well, the ending was definitely a shocker, and Chuck has now explained it all.
After 12 seasons, Charlie Sheen going through some serious hot-mess moments and the ‘half’ man completely bashing the show, ‘Two and a Half Men’ came to an end on Feb. 19 — but not without a TON of surprises.
We’ve watched 262 episodes of Chuck Lorre‘s Two and a Half Men, and were still laughing through the entire hour finale of the sitcom. Of course, the main question was if Charlie Sheen would reprise his role of Charlie (he got fired in season eight, after absolutely attacking the show publicly). So, did he return? Well, we’ll fill you in — and tell you about the other huge stars who made appearances.
‘Two and a Half Men’ will say goodbye for good on Feb. 19. Obviously, fans are heartbroken to see it go but, more pressingly, they’re wondering whether former star Charlie Sheen will make an appearance.
After 12 seasons (and plenty of cast turnover) the long running CBS hit Two and a Half Men will depart from the airwaves once and for all on Feb. 19. Stars Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer are sure to have geared up to say goodbye, but could the series’ former star Charlie Sheen also be dropping by to say his farewells? We’ve got the scoop!
Sealing it with a kiss! The two stars of the hit show ‘Two and a Half Men’ are seen kissing in a still from a new episode in which they get married — to each other! We definitely didn’t see this coming!
Ashton Kutcher, 36, and Jon Cryer, 49, will take the plunge in an upcoming episode of Two and a Half Men! The episode doesn’t air until Nov. 6, but in the meantime, if you’re confused about why the two straight roommates are getting hitched, we can fill you in!
The longest-running comedy on TV is coming to an end after 12 seasons! On May 14, CBS president Nina Tassler announced that ‘Two and a Half Men’ will be ending after next season.
All good things must come to an end — and that includes all good TV shows. Two and a Half Men has been providing laughs since its premiere in 2003, and while the cast has changed tremendously over the years, the show has still been extremely successful. Season 11 averaged nine million viewers! However, at a breakfast before the CBS Upfront presentation on May 14, the president of CBS announced that next season will be the last.
Plus, how does Ashton feel about Amber Tamblyn joining the cast? Read on for his full interview.
It’s been a busy two and a half months for Two And A Half Men. Not only was it officially confirmed that Angus T. Jones was being cut from the CBS sitcom’s opening credits, but it was also announced that Amber Tamblyn would be coming on board as Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) long-lost lesbian daughter! Now, for the first time, Ashton Kutcher has spoken out about the madness.
Angus will remain employed on the show under his current contract, according to a new report, however it isn’t expected the contract will be renewed! Read on for all the details.
Angus T. Jones has generated himself a lot of unwanted publicity after a video of the actor calling Two and a Half Men “filth” and urging viewers to stop tuning in surfaced online on Nov. 26. Many wondered whether he would go by way of Charlie Sheen and be written off the show. TMZ reports that Angus will be around to fulfill the remainder of his contract!
Angus has released a statement to our sister site Deadline Hollywood in an attempt to clarify his bizarre religious rant against ‘Two and a Half Men,’ apologizing for seeming ungrateful of his success. Read on for all the details.
After a video of Two and a Half Men star Angus T. Jones appeared online on Monday, Nov. 26 in which the actor railed against the “filth” of his television show in a testimonial for the Forerunner Christian Church, Hollywood was abuzz with talk that he seemed ungrateful for the immense success the show has afforded him. In a new statement, Angus is attempting to clear the air.
Is Angus being punished for speaking out against the show? Find out why Jake will be M.I.A. in the new year.
Half-man Angus T. Jones won’t be appearing in early 2013 episodes of Two and a Half Men, according to The Hollywood Reporter. But before you go crying “conspiracy,” Angus’ absence has nothing to do with the video posted to YouTube on Nov. 26, in which he called the show “filth” and urged viewers to stop tuning in. In fact, producers reportedly have yet to reach out to the 19-year-old star about his rant.