CBS officially announced that the next season of Two and Half Men will be the last for the series - ending the 11 season run. CBS made the announcement Wednesday, May 14th, when the network presented its 2014-15 schedule. The comedy received the Thursday at 9 p.m. slot on the network's fall schedule.
The 12th season will consist of a “season-long event,” which creator Chuck Lorre has modeled after Barney and Robin’s season-long wedding on How I Met Your Mother. “Chuck is very psyched about this; he’s got some great ideas and very big surprises,” CBS’ Nina Tassler said during the network’s upfronts.
The beleaguered series used to crazy popular, but all of that came crashing down with the drama and subsequent firing of Charlie Sheen. Ashton Kutcher was brought on to revive the series, which seemed to work out, until Angus T. Jones called the show "filth" and quit. Since then, it's been up to Ashton and Jon Cryer to carry the show, which hasn't worked out too well.
We all know Ashton will be busy marrying the gorgeous Mila Kunis and having a baby, but hopefully Jon Cryer can find a project too! I'm sure he's not hurting for money, so maybe he will just take a break.
The sitcom joins a steadily growing list of broadcast and cable series to end their run during the 2014-15 season. Men joins Parks and Recreation, Parenthood, Glee, Boardwalk Empire, True Blood, The Newsroom, Mad Men, Strike Back, Wilfred, The Killing, Sons of Anarchy and Justified.