Just after the announcement that Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones will return to Two and a Half Men should it be renewed, showrunner Lee Aronsohn is stepping down from his current role, EW reports.
Aronsohn, the show's longtime co-creator and showrunner, will become an executive consultant on the comedy. In his place, writer-producers Don Reo and Jim Patterson will get bumped to co-showrunners alongside co-creator Chuck Lorre.
When all hell broke loose this year on Two and a Half Men, and it was clear that his relationship with star Charlie Sheen had turned toxic, executive producer Chuck Lorre came up with a way to end the madness.
"I offered to quit the show last winter," Lorre, 59, reveals for the first time.
Charlie Sheen says he would still return to Two and Half Men for a ninth season as long as series creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre wasn't around.
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Continuing an anti-Lorre tirade that began Thursday morning on the Alex Jones Show radio program, Sheen unleashed more harsh words about his boss Friday afternoon on Pat O'Brien's Loose Cannons radio show.
"If they want to roll back to Season 9, I...