This post contains spoilers from the Two and a Half Men finale which aired last night. Read at your own risk. I wanted to take a break from plugging my series of posts on my personal website about being visually impaired, up to eight as of this writing with more to come, to talk about last night's series finale of Two and a Half Men. I have been a fan of Two and a Half Men for a long time though not since the very beginning of the series. I am one of those people that never seems to get into a series when it first comes on the air. My current favorite show, The Big Bang Theory, is one that I started watching when season 1 came out on DVD. I like to binge watch shows and so I used to buy a lot of TV on DVD for that purpose. The first season of Two and a Half Men did not come out on DVD until the show was in season 4 or 5. But I did buy it and I did watch it and I became a fan and started to watch the show on television. Two and a Half Men was one of the shows I would actually make it a point to watch every week once I started to watch the current episodes. I wasn't big on watching network TV then and almost everything I watched was either on DVD or on TV Land or something. What can I say? I love old sitcoms. I was more of a fan of the Charlie Harper years than the Walden Schmidt years but not too much more. I thought the show went a different direction after the Charlie years and was fine with it. So this series finale was the first one in quite some time that I was eagerly anticipating. I haven't looked forward to a series finale this much since Friends and Frasier went off the air over a decade ago. So how did I enjoy the finale?
Speaking at the summer gathering of the Television Critics Association, CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler revealed some details about the main plot for the final season of the long-running sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’.
If you want no spoilers at all, stop reading right now.
In years past, CBS has premiered a majority of its programs during premier week which runs from Sept. 22-28 this season. However, this year with the edition of 8 NFL games on Thursday Night, CBS is able to be more flexible when it rolls out the new fall slate.
You can view the full list of premier dates by clicking here.
Earlier today it was announced that the next season would be the final one for ‘Two and a Half Men’. In terms of years, it ties ‘My Three Sons’ as the second longest running live action sitcom in television history behind only ‘The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet’. Although in terms of number of episodes it doesn’t stack up to some of the others.
‘Two and a Half Men’ is a property valued at over $1 billion for Warner Television. So there will be a lot of speculation as to how to end the series.
Today was the day for CBS to unvail their schedule for the upcoming 2014-2015 broadcast season.
In many ways, CBS was the most interesting network to speculate on. How would they handle the schedule factoring in Thursday night football for 6 weeks? How would they deal with having renewed so many shows but also picking up so many pilots to series? How many hours of comedy would they have next season?
Okay, so that’s not an actual storyline for a new episode of That ’70S Show but it is in real life.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis announced their engagement recently and now it is revealed that they’re expecting a child . This shouldn’t come as news to anyone who decoded my headline.
Back in 2012, former child star of Two and a Half Men, Angus T. Jones, had some rather harsh things to say about the TV show that earned him more money than he could spend in this life and probably the next two.
If you don’t remember that incident, here it is in video form: