What do you do when your hit show ends its run?

Dan Gorenstein Feb 20, 2015
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What do you do when your hit show ends its run?

Dan Gorenstein Feb 20, 2015
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The CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men airs it’s 262 and final episode last night, long after its star was pushed in front of a train and its half-man grew up and left. After 12 years and 47 Emmy nominations, the show – by all accounts has enjoyed a spectacular run.

But now for the writers, camera crew, the set designers and hairstylists, the cushiness that comes with being a huge hit gives way to a tougher, busier television world than the one they may remember.

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