Lots of rumours were making rounds about the run of 'Two and a Half Men' after the show bosses dumped Charlie Sheen. It is reported now that CBS has licensed the Warner Bros. TV show for only one more season at this point. The CBS and Warner Bros. TV are hoping the show would retain its popularity and run at least two or three more seasons.
Ashton Kutcher is reportedly receiving about $700,000 per episode plus incentives. Kutcher's contract can be extended by Warner Bros. TV, if CBS picks up the comedy for a 10th season, which would be aired in 2012-13. Both the studio and Kutcher would be free to part their ways after the current season.