The show will officially go on for Two and a Half Men, with a new leading man at the center of it.
Just days after Hugh Grant reportedly turned down the chance to replace Charlie Sheen on the sitcom, sources confirm that Ashton Kutcher has signed a deal with CBS.
Details on his character and on the casting process will likely be revealed at the network's Upfronts in New York on May 18. For now, Variety simply reports a "huge payday" is in store for the former That 70's Show star. Can you see him verbally sparring with Jon Cryer?