Ashton Kutcher may be joining 'Two and a Half Men' for just one year
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Published: 5/23/2011 6:15 PM
Print this article Ashton Kutcher is replacing Charlie Sheen on the popular CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men," but for how long? According to The Wall Street Journal, sources have said that the contract may only be for one season, raising more questions about how much longer the show can realistically continue without Sheen at the helm.
Although the show is currently only licensed for one more season, people close to the situation say that the network would like to get a least two completed. However, at the end of his run, Kutcher could decide he does not want to renew his deal, leaving producers again looking for a new leading man.
The news source reports that the deal inked with Kutcher is an especially lucrative one. The "Dude Where's My Car?" actor will receive around $750,000 an episode for the 22-to-26 episode season.
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