Aronsohn the man with WBTV pact


"Two and a Half Men" co-creator/executive producer Lee Aronsohn has inked a new deal with the show's producer, Warner Bros. Television.

Under the pact, Aronsohn will continue on "Men" if the show stays on the air for two more seasons. "Men," the top-rated comedy series on TV, has not been picked up for next season yet, but that is considered a formality. Aronsohn's new deal with WBTV also includes a blind script commitment.

"Men," which Aronsohn created with Chuck Lorre, is in its fourth season. Produced by WBTV and the Tannenbaum Co., the sitcom starring Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer anchors CBS' Monday comedy lineup and was sold in syndication last year.

Aronsohn's series credits include "Cybill" and "Murphy Brown."

He is repped by Paradigm and attorney Michael Gendler.