Two and a Half Men made TV magic when womanizer "Charlie Harper" welcomed his brother "Alan" and nephew "Jake" into his Malibu beach house. The hit sitcom ran for 12 seasons between 2003 and 2015 and fans still tune in for reruns today.
Over the years, Two and a Half Men won fans with its witty stars and the many love-life exploits of "Charlie Harper." Most famous for its original cast, the CBS sitcom initially starred Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, and youngster Angus T. Jones as the titular "two" and "a half" men. The show enjoyed popularity in this era, until Sheen was fired in the middle of season 8.
Ashton Kutcher joined the cast of Two and a Half Men for its final four seasons, when the show scored some of its highest ratings. Though, some fans didn't stay on after the departure of Sheen. Jones also exited amid controversy after season 10. The beloved series then concluded in season 12 with a finale for the ages.
In addition to the main cast, Two and a Half Men also employed the talents of dozens of guest stars, many of whom played love interests of "Charlie" and "Alan," before the show finally concluded in 2015. Today, the emerging classic is held in high regard and is a staple of rerun TV.