Should I start watching Two and a Half Men now that Ashton Kutcher has taken over for Charlie Sheen?
Full disclosure: I'm a terrible choice to recap the premiere of Men 2.0 really. Did I enjoy watching the show over which Sheen formerly held court? Um, no. Did I watch an episode or two while visiting my parents in Florida for Easter and not really mind it exactly? Sure. Was I a Kutcher fan from his days on That '70s Show? Nope. Will I admit to watching — and moderately enjoying -- Dude, Where's My Car? while home from work hungover sick? OK, fine. That said, my feelings about the merger of the relative pop-culture magnetism of Two and a Half Men and Kutcher can be summarized in one simple word brought to the colonies by my Emerald Isle forebears: meh.
As near as I can gather, Charlie Harper (Sheen) died...
Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes
Bryan Cranston is taking a break from the Breaking Bad superlab to present a category at this Sunday night's Primetime Emmy Awards.
Cranston joins the next wave of Emmy presenters to be selected by the TV Academy. Also on tap to hand out awards: Claire Danes (Showtime's upcoming Homeland), Jon Cryer...
Ashton Kutcher is wasting no time in showing Charlie Sheen is out and he's the new center of attention on Two and a Half Men.
The actor makes his...
Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones and Ashton Kutche
As if people weren't going to tune in already, Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones popped up on The Late Show with David Letterman Thursday to present the "Top 10 Reasons to Watch the New Season of Two and a Half Men."
5 things you don't know about Two and a Half Men's Angus T. Jones
Among them: Cryer needs to ...
Angus T. Jones
Two and a Half Men will technically become three men on Saturday, Oct. 8 when Angus T. Jones turns 18. Jones, who's been playing Jon Cryer's underachieving son, Jake, since he was 9, has been one of the most successful, not to mention loaded, young stars in the biz. Here are eight things to know about the low-key actor:
Angus T. Jones, Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer
It's Week 3 of work on the Two and a Half Men set, and Ashton Kutcher is still getting to know his costars. Conversation drifts toward mobile phones, and Kutcher reveals there's a feature on the iPhone 5 that Apple internally calls "The Kutcher."
Courtney-Thorne Smith and John Cryer
Courtney Thorne-Smith is returning to Two and a Half Men in a recurring capacity, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The 43-year-old actress, whose credits include Ally McBeal and Melrose Place, will reprise her role as...
Just because Charlie Sheen's character is being killed off Two and a Half Men, that doesn't mean Charlie Harper will suddenly be forgotten, Jon Cryer tells Entertainment Weekly.
CBS boss looks to the future with Ashton Kutcher and Ted Danson
In August, reports came out that CBS was planning to kill off Sheen's character, which would effectively preclude him from ever returning to the series. Sheen was fired in March by production studio Warner Bros. TV after months of growing tension between Sheen and executive producer Chuck Lorre. Ashton Kutcher was brought onboard the hit show in May.
True to the show's tone, Cryer says Charlie Harper's death and funeral won't be...
CBS has already revealed that Ashton Kutcher's Two and a Half Men character is heartbroken, and now we know who's to blame. Judy Greer has signed on to join the cast of Men in a recurring role as Kutcher's soon-to-be ex-wife.
Greer will play Bridget, who's in the process of divorcing Internet billionaire Walden Schmidt (Kutcher). She'll be seen in several episodes of the show.
Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer
Charlie Sheen's character will not die from a "meat explosion" on Two and a Half Men, Jon Cryer says. But he does die — and it's funny.
"There is no meat explosion, just so you know; it's not some entrée that ends ...