CBS has renewed "Two and a Half Men" for an eleventh season, but there will be some changes.
Though Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have signed on for Season 11, the fate of Angus T. Jones -- who caused controversy for slamming the show's content as "filth" last fall -- is up in the air in regards to "Two and a Half Men" Season 11, TVLine was the first to report.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network and Warner Bros. Television are currently working on a deal for Jones to recur in Season 11. Jones' character Jake has had a military storyline in Season 10, which limited the number of episodes he appeared in, but only slightly.
The Chuck Lorre-helmed hit sitcom has had its fair share of controversy -- first with original co-star Charlie Sheen's very public meltdown and subsequent firing, and then with Jones' rant -- but the ratings have remained consistently strong no matter where CBS schedules the show.
After Kutcher replaced Sheen in the ninth season -- a choice that was validated with continued strong ratings -- CBS closed another one-year deal with the three leading men in 2012 for Season 10, which saw the Monday night show move to a new night on Thursdays for the first time ever. This past season also garnered Cryer his first Emmy win for the show in the Lead Actor in a Comedy Series category. (His only previous Emmy win was in the Supporting Actor category when Sheen was still his co-star.)
"Two and a Half Men" airs Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. ET on CBS.