Two and a Half Men Season Premiere Promo: Michael Bolton Big!

Two and a Half Men moves to Thursdays on September 17 and premieres Season 10 with a bit of butt-grabbing and a whole lot of Michael Bolton. Indeed, as first teased in these season premiere photos , Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer will be joined by the adult contemporary singer on "I Changed My Mind About the Milk." What brings Bolton on board? You'll need to tune in and find out. What causes Walden to cry into Alan's arms? Just click Play for that answer:

Fall 2012: Two and a Half Men Season 10 Premiere Photos

Two and a Half  Men  season 10 premiere “I Changed My Mind About the Milk” airs Monday Thursday, Sept. 27 2012 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: Walden plans a big surprise for Zoey’s birthday, on the 10th season premiere of TWO AND A HALF MEN, Thursday, Sept. 27 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Grammy Award-winning musician Michael Bolton guest stars as himself and Brit Morgan (“True Blood”) guest stars as a woman Walden meets at a bar. Read More...  

Miley Cyrus officially joins 'Two and a Half Men' for Season 10

Miley Cyrus and her new, short hair will be part of "Two and a Half Men" this fall.CBS officially announced her casting on Monday (Aug. 27), a couple weeks after reports surfaced that she would guest-star on the long-running sitcom. She'll appear in two episodes as a character named Missi, a family friend of Walden's (Ashton Kutcher) who comes to visit.Her time at Walden's coincides with a leave from the Army for Jake (Angus T. Jones), and the two of them develop a relationship while he's home.The "Two and a Half Men" gig will be Cyrus' first TV role since she hosted "Saturday Night Live" in March 2011. She recently starred in the movie "LOL" (which had a blink-and-miss-it theatrical release earlier this year) and has been making headlines of late for her new hairstyle."Two and a Half Men" premieres Sept. 27 on CBS....

'Two and a Half Men' Season 10 pics: Michael Bolton and 'True Blood's' Brit Morgan drink with Walden

"Two and a Half Men" will open its 10th season, and second of the Ashton Kutcher era, with Walden (Kutcher) getting good and drunk.That's the impression we get from some of the photos CBS has posted of the episode. The story has Walden planning a big night for his girlfriend Zoey's (Sophie Winkleman) birthday. But we're guessing things go awry -- so much so that Michael Bolton, playing himself, has to bring a sloshed Walden home to Alan (Jon Cryer).It's a guest star-heavy episode that also features the returns of Mimi Rogers (seen below with Winkleman) as Walden's mom and Judy Greer as his ex-wife. Brit Morgan ("True Blood") also guests as a woman Walden meets at a bar, to Alan's continuing chagrin.And yes, the show is following through on Jake's (Angus T. Jones) decision to join the Army at the end of last season. So expect a lot of him Skyping with Alan over...

'Two and a Half Men' scoop: Look who'll sing for Ashton Kutcher! -- EXCLUSIVE

Walden needs someone to make beautiful music in the season premiere of CBS’  Two and a Half Men , so he calls upon the king of soft rock crooning to help him celebrate galpal Zoey’s birthday. And that balladeer will be… Michael Bolton!

Miley Cyrus May Guest Star on 'Two and a Half Men'

Rumor has it, the title character depicter on 'Hannah Montana' TV series lands a role as a new hot girl in town who's dating Jake Harper.

'True Blood' Alumna to Romance Ashton Kutcher on 'Two and a Half Men'

Brit Morgan will portray Jill, whom Kutcher's Walden meets at a bar in the premiere episode of the CBS sitcom's season 10.

TV ratings: 'Big Bang Theory' and 'Big Brother' give CBS a Thursday win

Fast National ratings for Thursday, July 19, 2012An elimination on "Big Brother" and repeats of "The Big Bang Theory" and "Two and a Half Men" scored Thursday's best ratings and carried CBS to an across-the-board win.Elsewhere, the "Duets" finale scored its lowest adults 18-49 rating of the summer on ABC, but "Rookie Blue" improved a bit on last week's performance.CBS brought in 6.5 million viewers and a 4.1 rating/7 share in households for the night to finish comfortably ahead of ABC (4.8 million, 3.1/5). NBC (2.7 million, 2.0/3) and FOX (2.7 million, 1.7/3) tied for third place in viewers. The CW averaged 637,000 people and a 0.4/1.CBS also led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 1.8 rating; for the second straight night no network broke the 2.0 mark. ABC took second with a 1.3, followed by FOX at 1.1. NBC posted a 0.6 and The CW a 0.2....

As Anger Management Launches, Charlie Sheen Makes Peace with Two and a Half Men

As his new show prepares to debut, Charlie Sheen is getting nostalgic for his old one. Sheen, who helped pick 24 episodes of Two and a Half Men for FX to air as a 12-hour marathon leading up to the launch of Anger Management on Thursday, is even feeling charitable towards his ex-boss.

'Two And A Half Men': What's Next For Jake After Graduation?

With its renewal confirmed, fans of " Two and a Half Men " (Mon., 9:30 p.m. ET on CBS) went into this season finale knowing that the adventures of Alan, Jake, Berta and Walden would continue on. Nevertheless, there was a major milestone to get through. While it may stretch credulity to believe that both Jake and Eldridge managed to graduate in a normal span of time, they did. They still spent much of their time smoking pot and snacking, but now they had to figure out what to do with their futures. Alan convinced Walden's business partner Billy ( Patton Oswalt ) to give the boys a chance at their new technology start-up, but the pair inevitably screwed that up. After downloading thousands of hours of pornography onto the serves, they infected the system with a virus. Struggling to figure out where to find a job, they were overheard by an army recruiter and convinced to sign up. Despite Alan's best efforts to change it, Jake is 18 and his own man. And so he had an emotional farewell, complete with flashbacks to him growing up on the series, before he left to be all he could be. We'll surely see him again as "Two and a Half Men" has been renewed for the Fall 2012 season by CBS. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.