‘Two And A Half Men’ to end after current series

CBS confirms Ashton Kutcher show will finish after 12 seasons

CBS has confirmed that Two And A Half Men will end after 12 series.

The hit show, which currently stars Ashton Kutcher and also featured Charlie Sheen, will finish for good when the current series comes to an end.

Network president Nina Tassler made the announcement when presenting CBS’ new schedule this morning (May 14), promising Lorre has created a “season long event” to close the show. “He’s very psyched about this,” Tassler said. “He’s got some great ideas in store and some very big surprises.”


Starting in 2003, Two And A Half Men originally starred Sheen alongside Jon Cryer and child star Angus T Jones. Sheen left following a feud with creator Chuck Lorre in 2011, while Jones departed after criticising the show in 2012, labelling it “ungodly” and urging viewers to switch off.

Jon Cryer remains a member of the cast for the final season, starring alongside Kutcher and Amber Tamblyn.