Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones have locked
1 year deals to return to the hit sitcom for it's 10th season
in the fall, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Sources say the new pacts with CBS and producer Warner
Bros. Television were finalized last week and will give the
stars small raises. Kutcher isn't getting the $1 million per
episode TV Guide reported in March that he was seeking,
but he'll be paid slightly more than the $700,000 to
$725,000 per episode (or about $15 million to $16 million)
he is widely thought to be making this season.
Cryer is said to make a little less than that and also will
get a small raise. Jones, who earns about half what Kutcher
does, will get a similar bump.
As THR reported in March, CBS initially sought to lock in the
cast for 2-year deals. But sources said the actors and their
reps balked at the commitment. Jones, who has been with
the show since it's inception in 2003, is especially interested
in moving on. He would like to attend college after next
Despite the deals with the cast, 'Men' is still awaiting
an official pickup by CBS.
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