Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing people briefed on the deal.
It said it was is unclear whether that figure includes any share in the back-end profits from reruns of the series.
The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday broke the news that Kutcher, CBS and production firm Warner Bros. were putting the finishing touches on the deal to bring the actor on as the new star of the show, replacing Charlie Sheen.
Sheen was the highest paid actor in television with a salary of $2 million per episode when including his portion of rerun money.
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