Warner Bros. TV is close to renewing "another rich overall deal" with Chuck Lorre, the creator of "Two and a Half Men," reports Deadline.com.
Ten years ago, Lorre was toward the end of another pricey overall deal with WBTV that hadn’t created a series, leading to questions about his future with the studio, the article points out. But Lorre created "Two and a Half Men" toward the end of that deal.
"No questions this time around," the story adds.
The deal will extend for four years, a length only given to top writer-producers such as J.J. Abrams and Greg Berlanti. The deal also includes a feature component with WBTV’s movie studio sibling, a first for Lorre, the piece adds.