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It's the end of the line for Two and a Half Men. The show has continued to perform well for CBS but its time to say goodbye. Will the final season be a big ratings success or will the sitcom simply fade away? Stay tuned.
Two and a Half Men revolves around the lives of unlikely housemates Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) and Walden Schmidt (Ashton Kutcher). Conchata Ferrell co-stars as Berta, their snarky maid. Recurring characters are played by Amber Tamblyn, Holland Taylor, Marin Hinkle, Ryan Stiles, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Clark Duke, and D.B. Sweeney.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh »
Jon Cryer saw a costume that made him happy.
For Jon Cryer, this was a Halloween almost 30 years in the making.
It only took 28 years for Jon Cryer to see a Halloween costume that he wanted to see at his door.
The day finally came where he saw someone dressed like Duckie.
Almost 30 years since that movie came out and I finally got a trick or treater dressed like this!! pic.twitter.com/dbL9m8PziA
— Jon Cryer (@MrJonCryer) November 1, 2014
Cryer recently got the chance to reprise the role himself on the Halloween episode of his hit show Two and a Half Men. The 49-year-old actor confessed to Et that reliving the role was "super strange."
Watch: Inside the Controversial 'Two and a Half Men' Gay Wedding »
If you like your romantic comedies with a good dose of black humor, then you should check out Hit by Lightning. It stars Jon Cryer as Ricky Miller, a 40-year old aspiring writer whose survival job is being a manager at Debbie’s Restaurant. He’s also a bit lonely as he’s never had much luck with women.
That all changes though when he creates an online dating profile and soon meets Danita (Stephanie Szostak), whom he is convinced is the love of his life. Things take a sudden turn, however, when Danita reveals to Ricky that she is actually married to a successful crime novelist and asks Ricky to murder him so that they can be together.
Despite Ricky’s skepticism, he agrees. But it isn’t long before he starts to wonder if Danita is telling the truth, or if there’s something else going on that she’s hiding from him. »
- Ben Kenber
The much-hyped and headline-making storyline kicked off after Walden had a medical scare that landed him in the hospital.
The episode started with Walden, dressed as zombie Elvis and Alan (Jon Cryer) dressed as Ducky from "Pretty in Pink" (a wink, wink to his '80s John Hughes film character) getting ready to meet up with a few of Walden’s lady friends. It appeared to be another wild Halloween night until Walden began having chest pains.
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A few days ago we had the chance to sit with the cast of the upcoming film "Hit by Lightning" and talk about the project.
The film follows Ricky (Jon Cryer) the loneliest man in North America, who finally meets the perfect woman, Danita (Stephanie Szostak), but there's one catch. She's married and wants him to kill her husband. Even though quirky and shy fast food manager Ricky has never ever killed a spider, he agrees to do it with the help of his best friend and accountant, Seth (Will Sasso) and the comedy ensues from there.
Check out our Exclusive interview with the cast below.
Hit by Lightning is in theaters October 31st »
- Fernando Esquivel
Jon Cryer on “Two and a Half Men” gay marriage controversy: "Hopefully we haven't done something too terrible in taste” "For us it was just a fun, silly idea that some people were taking kind of seriously, so that sort of surprised us,” says Cryer of the plan for Alan to marry Ashton Kutcher’s character. "But at the same time I understand. This is a time when our nation is changing so much. And let's remember, same-sex adoption is still illegal in some states so I can see why people would be nervous about it. And as long as the fight is still being fought they have a right to be sensitive about it.” Plus: Jon Cryer recalls when Charlie Sheen began going crazy on “Men,” Sheen says "I just think it makes sense” for him to return to “Men,” Cryer recalls being labeled “The Show Killer,” and Conchata Ferrell recalls auditioning for Berta. »
- Norman Weiss
The season kicks off with Walden deciding he wants to adopt a child following a health scare on Halloween and thinks he'll have a better chance if he's married. The storyline has raised many eyebrows within the Lgbt community, and I caught up with Cryer Wednesday who opened up about the backlash.
Video: Go Inside ‘Two and a Half Men’s Gay Wedding
"For us it was just a fun, silly idea that some people were taking kind of seriously, so that sort of surprised us," he admits. "But at the same time I understand. This is a time when our nation is changing »
Ashton Kutcher has got this daddyhood thing down. Or things are going pretty well so far, at least, since he and Mila Kunis welcomed daughter Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher exactly one month ago. "I kind of have like, a hero complex a little bit," the Two and a Half Men star, appearing alongside co-star Jon Cryer, said on The Talk yesterday. "I'm somebody's hero now. It fulfills every bit of your ego when the kid starts to cry and you're like, 'Oh, I got this,' and you take it, and suddenly the child calms down, and you're like, 'Oh yeah!' You feel like you're like a baby whisperer." Kutcher and Kunis may be on the tired side, but they wouldn't have it any »
Bill Cosby won't be promoting his new comedy tour on Queen Latifah's talk show ... because the Queen and her crew got cold feet after rape allegations resurfaced.Comedian Hannibal Buress called Cosby out last week during a stand up set ... wondering out loud if people remembered Bill had been accused of rape by 13 women over the years. The old news got re-circulated, even though there were not fresh allegations.Production sources tell us Latifah »
- TMZ Staff
Remember Pretty in Pink, the 1986 Molly Ringwald classic also starring a very young Jon Cryer? Well, Cryer is giving a serious nod to his character, Ducky, aka the original hipster. New pictures of Two and a Half Men's Halloween episode show Cryer decked out in full '80s garb, even down to Ducky's signature fedora and round glasses. Now we're just left wondering how they're going to tie this into the show. Will Alan reveal his secret past as a teen star? The episode airs this Thursday, so tune in to find out. »
When Two and a Half Men's Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer appeared on The Talk on Wednesday, Ashton couldn't help but gush some more over Wyatt, his newborn daughter. "The whole thing is pretty exceptional," he said, adding that he and his fiancée, Mila Kunis, are fortunate to be able to take some time off and spend it with their child. "I kind of have a hero complex," he said, barely able to contain a big, sweet smile. "I'm somebody's hero now." True to form, Ashton also had the women of The Talk laughing as he joked, "It fulfills every bit of your ego when the kid starts to cry and you're like, 'Oh I got this,' and you take it and suddenly the child calms down and you're like, 'Oh yeah.' You feel like you're a baby whisperer." Ashton also mentioned that he isn't entirely new to parenting, »
On the upcoming Halloween episode of CBS's “Two and a Half Men,” entering its 12th and final season, star Jon Cryer is going to be offering a blast from his personal past. His character on the show will be wearing a very familiar costume, going as Cryer's “Pretty in Pink” character, Ducky. See photos: Halloween in Hollywood Costume Contest – You Be the Judge! Cryer admitted on “Conan” to being concerned about seeing his famous teenage character from John Hughes‘ 1986 “Brat Pack” classic no longer a teen. His fears even had him comparing it to another famous comeback. “It was like fat. »
- Jason Hughes
The Two and a Half Men star stopped by Et to discuss his TV nuptials and upcoming film.
In eleven seasons on the air, hit sitcom Two and a Half Men has featured its share of romances and weddings. But the show's season premiere featured a liplock most fans didn’t see coming.
"He’s a good kisser," said Men star Jon Cryer of his co-star Ashton Kutcher. To kick off the twelfth and final season of the show, Cryer and Kutcher’s characters get legally married so Kutcher can adopt a child, and the two share a kiss to seal the deal. "I can see what Mila sees in him."
The actor poked more fun at new dad Kutcher and his bride-to-be Mila Kunis, telling Et, "I love that I’m married to him before she got her shot at marrying him."
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When Two and a Half Men returns for its 12th and final season on CBS Thursday, Oct. 30 at 9pmET, Jon Cryer will truly be the last man standing. Cryer’s gearing up for his final run as the whining, penny-pinching Alan, who still lives in his late brother’s Malibu beach house, but now mooches off Walden (Ashton Kutcher). Facing the end of this era, Cryer says, “It’s the final season. We are going to have fun with it, and be as profane and tasteless as always. “With Walden adopting a child, it will be a heartfelt journey,” he continues. “There … Continue reading →
- Jacqueline Cutler
Ashton Kutcher can't be bothered with what his predecessor has to say.
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That being said, he's still grateful that he was chosen to replace Sheen after he was fired from the CBS sitcom. "I just keep saying thank you for the great job," Kutcher quipped. "I've got an awesome job and it's thanks to you not having it anymore. I'm just gonna keep going to work and collecting the check. So whatever."
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Maybe the most interesting thing about Hit by Lightning is that the only two women with speaking roles have separate, faintly unplaceable European accents. Unfortunately, they never share a scene. Through an Internet dating service, Ricky Miller (Jon Cryer), a middle-aged human cringe who manages a chain restaurant, meets Danita (Stephanie Szostak), the embodiment of a moronic, misogynist stereotype — "You're, like, Maxim-hot and you don't even know it," says Ricky. She can actually cite Steve Buscemi films Reservoir Dogs and Fargo, which is supposedly remarkable, making her the dream girlfriend of frat dudes from 1996 and also probably Kevin Smith and definitely Ricky. "Put on Espn and text me when you hear the hockey scores," she tells him, a »
“The Daily Show’s” Jason Jones and Samantha Bee team for a road trip comedy on TBS Jason Jones will star while his wife Samantha Bee will pen the pilot inspired by their family getaways. Each season would follow a family going on a different trip. Netflix: No Vee for Season 3 of “Oitnb" “She is not going to be in season 3,” Netflix said of TMZ’s report that Lorraine Toussaint was back on set today. Plus: TMZ caught Toussaint today outside the "Oitnb" studio. Like Ricky Gervais, Tina Fey & Amy Poehler will call it quits after their 3rd time hosting Golden Globes The 2015 Golden Globes will be their final time hosting the January awards show. Click Read Full Post For More Logo TV orders its own satirical news show: “The Straight Out Report” The comedy news show will feature two anchors — one gay, one straight — debating the week’s cultural issues. »
- Norman Weiss
Look away, Mila Kunis! Everyone knows no marriage is truly official until it's been sealed with a kiss—which is exactly what Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer are doing on Two and a Half Men, and we've got your first look at their big wedding smooch! Walden (Kutcher) and Alan (Cryer) are set to get married in the CBS hit sitcom's final season, with the nuptials going down in the Nov. 6 outing. And guess who's returning for the duo's big day? Michael Bolton! The crooner first appeared on the show in season 10, when he stopped by to belt "When a Man Loves a Woman" to help Walden propose to Zooey. (Yeah, that didn't work out so well.) And for his second appearance, »
CBS’ Two and a Half Men kicks off its final season this Thursday at 9/8c, but viewers will have to wait at least another week to RSVP for Alan and Walden’s wedding — which apparently also will be attended by Mr. Michael Bolton.
What brings the crooner back to the CBS sitcom? Having previously appeared as himself during Season 10 — to (unsuccessfully) help Walden (played by Ashton Kutcher) propose to Zoey, by belting “When a Man Loves a Woman” — this time he’ll refashion that ballad as “When a Man Loves a Man,” possibly helping Alan (Jon Cryer) get over his »
Et's Rocsi Diaz was behind the scenes on Walden and Alan's big day to witness all of the smiles, tears, and wedding day surprises.
The stars of Two and a Half Men are going to say, "I do" before their official adieu from the series. To each other.
The long-running CBS comedy is poised to debut their 12th and final season Thursday, Oct. 30, with a walk down the aisle when its two heterosexual leads Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan (Jon Cryer) get married. That's right — we said it: married.
Et's Rocsi Diaz was behind the scenes on Walden and Alan's big day to witness all of the smiles, tears, and wedding day surprises. We even tested the co-stars' knowledge with our version of The Newlywed Game and dug deep into the Et vault to shock Cryer with a Pretty in Pink flashback — his very first interview with Entertainment Tonight!
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