My Hotter Half is a series in which couples compete to see which half of them is seen as hotterby strangers, based on their selfies.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Two and a Half Men is an American television sitcom that originally aired on CBS for twelve seasons from September 22, 2003, to February 19, 2015. Originally starring Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, and Angus T. Jones, the series was about a hedonistic jingle writer, Charlie Harper, his uptight brother, Alan, and Alan's troublesome son, Jake. After Alan divorces, he and Jake move into Charlie's beachfront Malibu house and complicate Charlie's freewheeling life. In 2010, CBS and Warner Bros. Television reached a multiyear broadcasting agreement for the series, renewing it through at least the 2011–12 season. In February 2011, however, CBS and Warner Bros. decided to end production for the rest of the eighth season after Sheen entered drug rehabilitation and made “disparaging comments” about the series' creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre. Sheen's contract was terminated the following month and he was confirmed not to be returning to the series. Ashton Kutcher was hired to replace him the following season as Walden Schmidt, a billionaire who buys Charlie's house after his death. In April 2013, CBS renewed the series for an eleventh season after closing one-year deals with Kutcher and Cryer. Jones, who was attending college, was relegated to recurring status for season 11 but didn't make an appearance until the series finale. He was replaced by Jenny (Amber Tamblyn), Charlie's previously unknown daughter. In March 2014, CBS renewed the series for a twelfth season, which was later announced to be the series' last. The season began airing in October 2014 and concluded in February 2015 with the 40-minute series finale “Of Course He's Dead”. The success of the series led to it being the fourth-highest revenue-generating program for 2012, earning $3.24 million an episode.
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Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper (starring seasons 1–8), is a hedonistic bachelor, alcoholic, former rock-musician-turned-jingle/children's songwriter, Alan's brother, Jake's uncle, and Jenny's father. Despite his arrogant and rambunctious demeanor, he does possess a kind-heart, though he very rarely shows it. He is written out of the series at the beginning of season nine, after being struck and killed offscreen by a moving train, due to Charlie Sheen being fired from the show. In the episode “Why We Gave Up Women”, Charlie's ghost, portrayed by Kathy Bates, visits Alan, and is forced to spend eternity in hell as a woman with a pair of testicles; He has a daughter named Jenny, whose existence he never disclosed to his family. In season 11, she resurfaces as an adult, but has no idea he had died. The series finale abandons the idea that Charlie is deceased by revealing that Rose faked his death and held him prisoner in a pit for four years. Brainwashed into a violent psychopath, he escapes and portends his imminent arrival by sending threats to Alan, Evelyn, and Walden, as well as generous checks to Jake, Berta, Jenny, and his ex-girlfriends, but a helicopter drops a grand piano on him and kills him just before he enters the beach house. Jon Cryer as Alan Harper (starring seasons 1–12), is Charlie's younger brother, a struggling chiropractor, Jake's twice-divorced father, Walden's best friend, and Jenny's uncle. Alan is intelligent, a graduate of Cal. State Long Beach, but continually stricken with bad luck due to poor choices and mistakes, which are due to a lifetime of suffering from Charlie's abuse and Evelyn's neglect, as well as favoring Charlie over him. Due to a lack of income (partly the result of Charlie's sabotaging Alan's divorce-settlement by jilting Alan's lawyer), Alan is forced to sponge off people throughout his life, but he genuinely cares about others despite this. His poverty ultimately led to the demise of his business. In the 12th and final season, Alan agrees to “marry” Walden for the latter to adopt a child, and for months, the two pretend to be a gay couple. In the series' penultimate episode, Walden and Alan end the marriage as Walden had successfully adopted a six-year-old named Louis. Alan finally proposes to Lyndsey and agrees to marry her (as well as move out) in the final episodes. Cryer is the only cast member who appears in all 262 episodes of the series. Angus T. Jones as Jake Harper (starring seasons 1–10, cameo season 12), is the slacker son of Alan and Judith, and older half-brother of Millie, and cousin of Jenny. In season one, episode 17 (“Ate the Hamburgers, Wearing the Hats”), his full name is revealed to be actually Jacob. As he grows older, he changes from a rather bright, independent child into a dimwitted buffoon. He eventually enlists in the U.S. Army working as a chef. At the end of season 10, he announces that he is going to Japan for a year. Despite his absence, he is mentioned often in seasons 11 and 12, and makes an uncredited cameo via archive footage in season 12, as well as returning briefly in person in the series finale. Ashton Kutcher as Walden Schmidt (starring seasons 9–12), is Alan's best friend, roommate, and ephemeral husband. A friendly, hopelessly romantic internet tycoon, he is a billionaire despite being somewhat immature and naïve for most of his life. He purchases the Harper beach house after Charlie's death. During his time in the household, he grows into a responsible adult and forms close friendships with Jake, Herb, Berta, Judith, Evelyn, and Jenny. He also serves as a surrogate uncle figure to Jake, in place of Charlie. In season 12, he and Alan adopt a six-year-old boy named Louis. Conchata Ferrell as Berta (recurring season 1; starring seasons 2–12), the family's outspoken housekeeper and close family friend. She shows great hatred for Alan and Jake, while she adores Charlie (and later Walden). During the Kutcher years, her role was increased on the show, appearing in more episodes. Season 11 was the first season where she appeared in every episode. The role was originally only intended for a two-episode arc in the first season, in which she would leave as a result of Alan and his son moving in. Holland Taylor as Evelyn Harper (starring seasons 1–12), is Charlie and Alan's vain mother and the grandmother of Jake and Jenny. A high-powered Los Angeles broker/realtor, she sleeps with both men and women. Marin Hinkle as Judith Harper-Melnick (starring seasons 1–12), is Alan's selfish, mean-spirited ex-wife and Jake and Millie's mother. Melanie Lynskey as Rose (starring seasons 1–2; recurring seasons 3–12), is the Harpers' strange neighbor and Charlie's stalker and friend. Initially, Charlie hated Rose and wanted nothing to do with her, but eventually they became friends and he later fell in love with her. In the ninth-season premiere, Rose claimed that Charlie “slipped” in front of a Paris Métro train after she had caught him cheating on her. She was later seen taking Bridget Schmidt under her wing as an apprentice stalker, but this storyline was eventually aborted. After formally meeting Walden at the local tavern, Rose rushed into a relationship with him, and caused her ferrets to attack Walden and Alan when Walden broke up with her. Naturally, she continues to stalk Walden, as well as the Harpers, despite Charlie's apparent death. In the finale, she is revealed to have kept Charlie imprisoned in a pit for four years. Jennifer Taylor as Chelsea (recurring season 6; starring season 7; guest seasons 9 and 12), Charlie's girlfriend for most of season six, she has moved into his house by the end of the season. She then becomes Charlie's fiancée in season seven. They later end the relationship, which deeply hurt Charlie for a while. She is absent throughout season eight, but makes a brief, speaking cameo at Charlie's funeral in season nine. (While credited on-screen among the main cast during the seventh season, CBS press releases billed her as a recurring character.) April Bowlby as Kandi (recurring season 3; starring season 4; guest seasons 10 and 12), is Charlie's girlfriend, then later as Alan's girlfriend and second wife, and also Judith's best friend (for one episode). In Season 10 Kandi Harper, after Alan Harper rejects her sexual advances, has a one-night stand with Alan Harper's girlfriend Lyndsey McElroy. Amber Tamblyn as Jenny (starring seasons 11–12), is Charlie's long-lost illegitimate daughter who shares many personality traits with her father, including indulging in alcohol and women. On October 2, 2013, after the season-11 premiere had aired, Tamblyn was promoted to series regular. Walden and she have a very good relationship, and she playfully flirts and flaunts her female lovers in front of him to make him embarrassed. (While credited on-screen among the main cast during the 12fth season, CBS press releases bill her as a recurring character.) Edan Alexander as Louis (starring season 12), is a six-year-old boy whom Walden adopts in the final season.
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