Surprising news came from Ashton Kutcher who recently joined Two and a Half Men. All of it dropped towards the wire, yet CBS, Warner Bros. TV and creator/executive producer Chuck Lorre pulled rid of it: Two and a Half Men will likely be during the fall, and with a brand new star: sitcom veteran Ashton Kutcher.
Kutcher is defined to adopt the Carnegie Hall stage on May 18 as CBS presents its post-Charlie Sheen want to advertisers. After Sheen self-imploded and was fired from Two and a Half Men in March, the studio, network and Lorre began considering ways to evolve the show. Lorre and Co. aimed high. Lorre was pursuing the style of sitcom Spin City, which replaced star Michael J. Fox in 2000 using a film actor – coincidentally, Sheen.
Through the very start, Kutcher was on Lorre’s short list. The idea had big merits. Ultimately, Grant passed. Before that, Katalyst was based at CBS TV Studios, so Kutcher worked as a chef closely with both companies for decades.
Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen’s replacement Ashton Kutcher made their first public appearance together over the past weekend, because they exclusive TMZ.com photos show.
In the statement Friday, Kutcher said: “I can’t replace Charlie Sheen but I will work my ass off and away to entertain the hell from people!”
Now sources say Lorre designed a storyline introducing Kutcher in a fashion that satisfies the network and studio. “Enjoy the show America. “Enjoy planet Chuck, Ashton. The hit CBS show “Two and a Half Men” features a new man: Ashton kutcher. Kutcher will replace Charlie Sheen who was simply fired following a public feud with series creator Chuck Lorre. Ashton kutcher is officially the man to replace Charlie Sheen on “Two and a Half Men,” putting a finish to speculation and rumors who have involved the likes of John Stamos, Rob Lowe and Hugh Grant.