I write this little post because I was struck by the excessive movement that is taking place lately in the cast of some series.
We can start with 'Two and a Half Men' and its controversial character, Charlie Sheen, who was fired from the series and the television network for his statements and insults. That isn't new, but what comes now, yes. We have recently heard rumors about possible candidates to replace him, among whom was the young Aston Kutcher. However, some days ago, he asked in a social network: "What is the square root of 6.25?". The answer is two and a half, yes. The actor has made more than clear that he shall be in the successful series of the CBS from the ninth season.
But it isn't the only character lost. Recently there has been news that Hugh Laurie will leave the series 'House M.D.' after the eighth season. This is because he isn't willing to stay far from his family and he wants to try to develop his career as a musician. Not yet known if the series will continue without him, but if so, it could be a huge failure, as happened with 'Scrubs'.
In conclusion, my opinion. I haven't seen 'Two and a Half Men', 'House M.D.' at times, and 'Scrubs' is very great, but in all the cases it's a shame to say goodbye to characters, especially if they are the protagonists.