Angus T. Jones, on the other hand, won't be back — at least not as a regular, though it's possible he could recur on the series.
Jones, who plays the son of Cryer's character Alan Harper, famously trashed the show last year, calling the series "filth" in a video. Jones later apologized, and it's unclear whether the video had anything to do with his departure. The past season, his character Jake has been in the Army.
Kutcher came aboard the show in September 2011, for the series' ninth season. Kutcher, who plays internet billionaire Walden Schmidt, replaced original star Charlie Sheen, who was ousted after a run of bizarre behavior that included insults directed at "Men" co-creator Chuck Lorre.