Ashton’s ‘Men’ Loses Nearly Half Its Viewers Since Week 1

The new “Two and a Half Men” lost viewers for the fourth consecutive week Monday night. Now the long-running sitcom, rebooted for its ninth season with newcomer Ashton Kutcher replacing long-time star Charlie Sheen, has dipped under 15 million viewers. According to the Nielsen overnights for Monday, “Men” drew 14.852 million viewers at 9/8c, down […]

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NBC Orders Extra Episodes of ‘Prime Suspect’

Hot on the heels of giving David E. Kelley’s “Harry’s Law” a vote of confidence by issuing an additional script order, NBC is granting the same for “Prime Suspect.” The network has ordered six more scripts for the Maria Bello crime procedural, says EW. The series has been a surprising disappointment so far this fall, […]

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CBS Gets ‘Big Bang’ in the Ratings on Thursday

“The Big Bang Theory” continued its reign as network TV’s highest-rated show on Thursday night, followed by “The Mentalist.” The fact that both shows are on CBS helped the Eye network win the night, according to Nielsen overnight ratings. “Big Bang” drew 13.631 million viewers at 8/7c, while “The Mentalist” had 12.89 million from 10 […]

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CBS Wins Thursday Despite ‘Gentleman’ Debut

CBS didn’t exactly get a big bang out of the premiere of its new fall sitcom “How to Be a Gentleman” Thursday night. The new comedy starring Kevin Dillon and David Hornsby (who also created the series) drew 8.959 million viewers in its debut Thursday at 8:30 p.m./7:30c, following a new episode of “The Big […]

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