According to Deadline's Nellie Andreeva, only hours after the three lead actors of CBS' "Two And A Half Men", Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones have re-upped their contracts for another season, news comes that the show has lost its showrunner.
Lee Aronsohn, who ran "2 And A Half Men" for nine seasons alongside co-creator Chuck Lorre, is stepping down.
But fortunately, new showrunners for the upcoming 10th season, which will now most certainly happen after the actors have signed on, have already been found. Veteran sitcom writersDon Reo and Jim Patterson, who served as executive producers on "Men" this season, will take over, with Lorre staying on as co-showrunner.
Aronsohn is set to stay on as an executive consultant.