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In this May 18, 2011 publicity image released by CBS, the cast of "Two and a Half Men," from left, Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher, and Angus T. Jones are shown during their presentation at CBS' Upfront, at Carnegie Hall, in New York. CBS said Friday, April 26, 2013, it’s renewed “Two and a Half Men” for another season. (AP Photo/CBS, Jeffrey R. Staab, File)

CBS renews 'Two and a Half Men' for another year

LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS says it's bringing "Two and a Half Men" back next season.

The network announced the decision Friday on Twitter. It didn't address whether the full cast would return.

The series stars Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones as Cryer's son.

Jones' character is serving in the Army this season and has been somewhat less visible on "Two and a Half Men."

In January, the 19-year-old actor apologized to CBS after calling the popular sitcom "filth" and "very inappropriate."

CBS declined comment on Jones' future with the sitcom, now in its 10th season.

"Two and a Half Men" has dealt with cast changes before, when Kutcher came aboard in 2011 after Charlie Sheen's firing.

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