'Two and a Half Men': CBS wants an 11th season but cast isn't signed
Tassler also says that Angus T. Jones, who berated the show in November, later apologized and is due back on the show soon, would be part of the new season.
"We told Warner Bros. [which produces the show] we would like to have an 11th season, and they are equally interested," Tassler said Saturday (Jan. 12) at the TCA winter press tour. "So stay tuned."
Neither Jones nor fellow leads Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher have deals for next season, Tassler says: "That's the price of doing business every year."
As for Jones, Tassler says the cast, creator Chuck Lorre and the crew have moved on from his November diatribe.
"I think the bottom line is, cooler heads prevailed," she says. "He's been a beloved member of that cast for years and years. And he issued a public apology. At the end of the day, they want him back, and he wants to come back. That's it."