CBS's popular sitcom Two And A Half Men Season 12 is all set to premiere during the end of October and fans are excited to see their favourite character Alan (Jon Cryer) and Walden (Ashton Kutcher) again on the small screen.
The premiere episode is rumoured to feature a gay marriage between the top two characters as Alan and Walden plan to adopt a child together.
Nina Tassler, the entertainment chairman of CBS, earlier revealed that Kutcher's character will face a serious health scare prompting him to think of adoption as he feels that the radical step will 'add meaning to his life'.
"Walden has a near-death experience which forces him into sort of this existential quandary and to evaluate the meaning of his life, the quality of his life, which prompts him to say, 'I need to put down deeper roots.' And he wants to adopt a child," Tassler told The Wrap.
There are reports that he will realise the intensity of his decision to be a single parent and will seek heterosexual Alan's help and propose to him.
The show has also roped in Psych star Maggie Lawson to play the character of a social worker who will help the 'gay' couple adopt a child, Deadline reported.
However, there is no clarity from the network about whether the newly married Alan and Walden will eventually fall in love with each other or not.
Meanwhile, there are reports that Charlie Sheen is keen to reprise his role of Charlie Harper in the final season of the superhit comedy series even though his character was killed off in a train accident in the first episode of Season 9.
Two And A Half Men Season 12 premieres on CBS on 30 October this year.
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