‘Two and a Half Men’ Season 11: Charlie’s Daughter Likes Women?
Earlier this year we heard that 'Two and a Half Men' had begun preparation for its latest creative shakeup, adding Charlie "Harper" Sheen's previously unknown daughter to the mix in a recurring role, potentially taking the title slot from departing Angus T. Jones as a series regular. Now, new details about the character have emerged, and Charlie's daughter appears to have a soft spot for the fairer sex, as well.
The latest details on the character, who has yet to be cast, come from both TVLine and E! Online, who confirm that Charlie’s daughter Jenny will appear in the season 11 premiere, showing up on the beach house doorstep from New York City to Los Angeles to pursue a career in show business. As per the casting call, the "beautiful and sexy” Jenny “uses her hotness when she needs to,” and “likes everything her dad liked, including women.”
Jenny will first join the long-running Chuck Lorre comedy in a recurring role, eventually intended to act as something of a replacement for Angus T. Jones’ Jake Harper, who will take a reduced role next season following the actor’s religious outbursts about the show.
'Two and a Half Men' will return Sep. 26 in its new airing time on Thursdays at 9:30 p.m., but what say you? Will ‘Two and a Half Men’ become a different show entirely now that Charlie's daughter has arrived to shake things up? How much longer should the series continue?