It was the season premiere everyone was talking about, and last night (September 19) “Two and a Half Men” posted stellar ratings.
According to a report, 27.7 million viewers tuned in for the show, a massive leap from last season’s finale at 14.6 million.
He’s had a long-running career in Tinseltown, and Jon Cryer finally received his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The “Two and a Half Men” actor was moved by his accomplishment and gave a heartfelt acceptance speech while accompanied by his CBS co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Angus T. Jones .
It was quite a meet-up at the Primetime Emmy Awards last night (September 18) when Charlie Sheen and Ashton Kutcher bumped into each other backstage.
And it sounds like the “Punk’d” stud and the “Hot Shots” star had a very friendly interaction, caught on camera by Jeremy Pive
Each year, the Primetime Emmy Awards are a highlight of the entertainment industry’s fall season, and Sunday evening's ceremony definitely didn’t disappoint.
With Jane Lynch tending to hosting duties, the 63rd incarnation of the Emmy’s had plenty of memorable moments and appearances, with a bevy of trophies being handed out.
Making their much-anticipated stage visit at the star-studded affair, Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer were on-hand for the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards earlier this evening (September 18).
The "Two and a Half Men" co-stars offered a laughable moment at the Nokia Theatre venue, with Cryer leading in by jokingly saying, "Hello, I'm that guy from Pretty in Pink."
He’s quite the showman, and Ashton Kutcher gave Ellen DeGeneres a look at the full monty for her season premiere.
The “Butterfly Effect” stud took his clothes off during his visit to the “Ellen DeGeneres Show,” keeping with the “All Will Be Revealed” ad campaign for “Two and a Half Men.”
As the season opener of “Two and a Half Men” draws near, Jon Cryer opened about Charlie Sheen's character’s exit from the show.
The Alan Harper actor told Entertainment Weekly that Sheen’s character will not simply go away after his tragic death on the season premiere.
Getting a jump start on promotions for his “Two and a Half Men” gig, Ashton Kutcher paid a visit to “The Late Show with David Letterman” last night (August 24).
The “Butterfly Effect” stud looked snazzy in a bow tie, button up shirt, and blazer combo as he waved to fans outside the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City.
Talk about the ultimate man cave! Ashton Kutcher has snagged a super-luxurious double-decker trailer for use while he's filming "Two and a Half Men" this season.
His new digs were made by the Anderson Mobile Estate company, the same place that created Will Smith's mega bus that he shacked up in while on the NYC set of "Men in Black III."
He might have moved back onto the small screen, but Ashton Kutcher is still raking in the big bucks - so much so that he now tops the list of highest paid TV actors.
Despite various reports of a $700,000 per episode paycheck, TMZ claims that the "Two and a Half Men" newbie is actual earning between $800,000 and $900,000 per show.