'Two and a Half Men' gets nod for tenth season
TV sitcom 'Two and a Half Men' will entertain the audience for ten consecutive years after its renewal contract.
In addition to the new deal, actor Ashton Kutcher, who is a replacement of former cast member Charlie Sheen, will also receive a small raise in the paycheck with fellow actors, reported Aceshowbiz. CBS has agreed to the license agreement with series producer, Warner Bros TV.
According to a source, Kutcher, 34, will get a pay hike making his income USD 725,000 per episode instead of USD 700,000. While his co-stars Jon Cryer and Angus T Jones will have to settle for a lesser amount.
After Kutcher replaced Sheen in the 9th season, the viewership of the show experienced a slight dip following an early recovery that made it the No 3 primetime comedy in adults behind 'Modern Family' and 'The Big Bang Theory'.