The Two and a Half Men trio of Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones are close to finalizing their deals for the comedy series’ 10th, and possibly final, season.
Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones’ contracts were up at the end of this past season and the actors have been in the middle of negotiations since then. The duo’s new contract will be a one-year deal, that will bring them back for next season.
Kutcher, on the other hand, has already completed a deal for next season. The actor, who replaced Charlie Sheen, will reportedly make $1 million per episode next season. That’s up $300,000 from the $700,000 he made this past season. Cryer and Jones’ pay will also increase. Currently, Cryer is making around $680,000 per episode, and Jones is earning about $300,000.
Two and a Half Men creator, Chuck Lorre, has suggested that he would like to end the series after season 10. There hasn’t been any reports indicating that he has made that final decision as of yet.