On Jan. 12 Inside TV reports that CBS wants an 11th season of "Two and a Half Men" with Angus T. Jones, making it the longest running sitcom on television. Even though Jones recently had a meltdown where he told fans on a YouTube video not to watch the show because it is filth, Nina Tassler, CBS Entertainment president, says that he has been apart of the "Two and a Half Men" family for years and they want to continue with him.
When Tassler brought up the suggestion to Warner Bros. Studio that they wanted to do the series, Warner Bros. jumped on the train as well. It isn't a sure thing yet, however, because Ashton Kutcher hasn't agreed to a new season and without him the show has no premise since he's the one that supports Alan, played by John Cryer. They claim that an 11th season isn't hard to believe considering the shows tremendous success and it's fantastic lead-in by "Big Bang Theory."
There has been a lot of talk since Angus' video that he will be leaving "Two and a Half Men," But Ms. Tassler says that that simply isn't the case. Not only did he make his public apology, but he is 19; Most 19-year-olds say all kinds of things that they don't mean, and he made his amends. Tassler also thinks that he would like to be apart of it too, despite his religious ties or the fact that he isn't in the show that frequently because his character is now in the military.
What do you think of an 11th season of "Two and a Half Men?" Should CBS just let the show die or continue without Angus T. Jones?