Following last week's announcement by CBS that "Two and a Half Men" will be renewed for its 11th season, Jerry Wilkes, the hardest working laugh-track operator in Hollywood, rejoiced that he'll be…
Angus T. Jones
CBS announced via Twitter today that it has renewed Chuck Lorre comedy “Two and a Half Men” for an 11th season with Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher set to return. #TwoAndAHalfMen renewed for 2013-2014…
CBS captured the final Thursday of November in all key categories behind the night's top shows -- "The Big Bang Theory" and "Two and a Half Men" -- while ABC's "Scandal" had a good night and…
"Two and a Half Men" thesp Angus T. Jones issued a lengthy mea culpa on Tuesday, a day after causing a stir with an Internet vid in which he called the CBS laffer "filth" and urged viewers to stop…
"Two and a Half Men" trouper Angus T. Jones had a post-Thanksgiving surprise for Warner Bros. and CBS when he likened the laffer to "filth" and urged viewers to stop watching.
Variety's Power of Youth event isn't all fun and games, although there will be plenty of that on Saturday.
Reportedly the highest paid young actor on TV, Jones has weathered a year of "big changes" with regard to the veteran hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men."
Young thesps eager for a brush with celebrity came away with something more at Variety's fifth annual Power of Youth bash: a role model.
As the kid component of CBS' hit sitcom "Two and Half Men," Angus T. Jones has been going toe-to-toe with Emmy winner Jon Cryer and, until recently, Charlie Sheen.
Variety's fifth Power of Youth event will honor a slew of young entertainers at the Oct. 22 celebration on Paramount's backlot.
Celebs came out to support WWE's anti-bullying cause Be a Star, backed by the Creative Coalition, last week, kicked off with a rooftop party at the Andaz Hotel on Sunset and culminating with the…
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