'Two and a Half Men' to end in February
'Two and a Half Men' is ending after 12 seasons and 260 episodes on February 19.
Los Angeles: 'Two and a Half Men' is ending after 12 seasons and 260 episodes on February 19.
The hit show, created by Chuck Lorre, was equally in news for its off-screen stories. Lead star Charlie Sheen was replaced by Ashton Kutcher after going on a rant against Lorre. Jon Cryer played the other man of the title.
Angus T Jones, once the highest paid TV child artist, also left the show after a 10-year stint following his controversial comments against the show and his role, which, he said, was against his faith.
The comedy show will end with a one-hour series finale at the end of 12th season, said the Hollywood Reporter.
"Chuck Lorre is creating a season-long event. We did very well last year with announcing the final season of How I Met Your Mother here too. Chuck is very psyched about this; he's got some great ideas and very big surprises," CBS' Nina Tassler said at the time of her announcement that the series would be ending with season 12.
"We know fans and audiences respond to that and that should really give us a nice boost when we launch our new comedy."