Two and a Half Men

9:00pm – Monday, September 27 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

When Lyndsey (Courtney Thorne-Smith) asks Alan (Jon Cryer) to move in with her, Charlie (Charlie Sheen) will do anything to get Alan to say “yes.”

9:00pm – Monday, September 20 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

When Jake (Angus T. Jones) discovers that Alan (Jon Cryer) has been dating Eldridge’s mom (Courtney Thorne-Smith), he packs up and heads to Judith (Marin Hinkle) and Herb’s (Ryan Stiles). Meanwhile, Charlie (Charlie Sheen) decides to cut back on boozing.

9:00pm – Monday, September 13 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

Jake (Angus T. Jones) becomes Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) driver after Charlie has his license suspended, and to Charlie’s chagrin, Alan (Jon Cryer) makes plans to attend Chelsea’s (Jennifer Taylor) birthday party.

8:30pm – Thursday, September 2 on CTV

Charlie (Charlie Sheen) discovers that Chelsea (Jennifer Taylor) hasn’t been completely honest about her finances.

8:30pm – Thursday, August 26 on CTV

Alan (Jon Cryer) tries to escape Judith’s (Marin Hinkle) grasp as Charlie (Charlie Sheen) and Herb (Ryan Stiles) go on the prowl.

Despite all the trouble Charlie Sheen has been in recently, he still has one thing going for him: he earns more that anyone else on TV.

The Two and a Half Men star has been named the highest-earning TV star, finishing ahead of the likes of House actor Hugh Laurie and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.

Sheen pulls a whopping $1.25m per episode of the sitcom, which he recently resigned on to for more seasons. Why wouldn’t you?

His co-star Jon Cryer earns a mild $550,000 for the same amount of work- coming in at second place on the list.

Hugh Laurie is the highest-paid drama actor, earning over $400,000 per episode of House, with Law & Order: SVU actors Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay tied at second on $395,000.

Comedy stars Tina Fey pulls $350,000 per episode for 30 Rock while The Office boss Steve Carell’s pay cheque reads $297,000 per outing.

Source: Digital Spy

9:00pm – Monday, August 2 on CTV

Alan (Jon Cryer) takes a job working for Evelyn (Holland Taylor), and Charlie (Charlie Sheen) is forced to mend Chelsea (Jennifer Taylor) and Jake’s (Angus T. Jones) rocky relationship.

CTV ended the long weekend with a bang when more than two million viewers watched the network Monday in prime-time on a competitive night.

At 9 and 9:30 p.m. the season finales of TWO AND A HALF MEN and THE BIG BANG THEORY were the Top 2 series of the night, delivering 2.36 million and 2.33 million viewers, respectively.

The comedy hour delivered another strong audience for the season finale of CSI: MIAMI at 10 p.m. with another 2.3 million viewers on CTV.

The TWO AND A HALF MEN and THE BIG BANG THEORY season finales are available now on demand at CTV.ca.

Earlier at 8 p.m., the first part of the two-night finale of DANCING WITH THE STARS delivered 2 million viewers against the series finale of 24 (Global/FOX, 1.37 million).

Season finales continue on CTV tonight with the two-hour blockbuster climax of AMERICAN IDOL at 8 p.m. ET followed CSI: NEW YORK at 10 p.m. ET.

9:00pm – Monday, May 24 on CTV

Jake (Angus T. Jones) becomes Charlie’s (Charlie Sheen) driver after his license is suspended. Meanwhile, to Charlie’s chagrin, Alan (Jon Cryer) makes plans to go to Chelsea’s (Jennifer Taylor) birthday party. Stacy Keach (PRISON BREAK) returns as Chelsea’s father Tom and John Amos (MEN IN TREES) returns as Tom’s boyfriend.

9:00pm – Monday, May 17 on CTV

Alan (Jon Cryer) and Jake (Angus T. Jones) go on a road trip while Charlie (Charlie Sheen) is visited by the ghosts of girlfriends past. ZZ Top makes a special appearance as himself. Guest stars returning as Charlie’s ex-girlfriends include Katherine Lanasa (BIG LOVE), Ming Na (STARGATE UNIVERSE), Emmanuelle Vaugier (HUMAN TARGET), Rachel Cannon (GHOST WHISPERER), Aja Evans (Star Runners), Magdalena Holland (RENO 911!), Rebecca McFarland (WORKING), Katy Mixon (EASTBOUND & DOWN), Jodi Lyn O’Keefe (PRISON BREAK), Missi Pyle (THE SARAH SILVERMAN PROJECT) and Rena Sofer (HEROES).