Per Deadline's Nellie Andreeva, all three leading men of CBS' "Two And A Half Men" are to return next season - if the show gets picked up for season 10, but as of now, that's pretty much just a technicality.
While Kutcher is said to get paid a whopping 700'000 $ per episode, his co-stars will keep working for less - Cryer gets a little less than those 700'000 $, and Jones will work for less than half of that - 300'000 $ per episode.
With those contracts now basically done, CBS is looking to strike an agreeable license fee with Warner Bros. TV. The three actors are signed on for one more season, and creator Chuck Lorre has previously said that he'd like to end the show after 10 season, it is unclear at this point if CBS will be fine with that, or if there will be more seasons, and whether Lorre will still be involved after next season.
The deal between CBS and Warner Bros. TV is expected to close by upfront time in two weeks, if not sooner.