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Updated: In updated national estimates from Nielsen, “Empire” was revised up to a 5.4 rating in 18-49 and 13.9 million viewers overall, gains of 42% and 40%, respectively from the show’s Jan. 7 premiere.
CBS’ “Survivor” edged up to a 2.4/7 in the demo and 10.04 million viewers overall, while ABC saw 0.1 declines for both “Black-ish” (2.2/6 in 18-49, 6.63 million viewers overall) and “Nashville” (1.3/4 in 18-49, 4.86 million).
It’s getting increasingly difficult to describe the ratings performance of Fox’s rookie soap “Empire,” which moved past the “megahit,” “phenom” and “unprecedented” stages weeks ago.
On Wednesday, “Empire” added nearly 1 million more viewers to approach the 14-million mark while growing yet again in the key young-adult demo of adults 18-49 (up a tick to a 5.3 rating/15 share), according to Nielsen national estimates. In 18-49, it bested the night’s former champ, ABC’s “Modern Family,” by more than 50%.
“Empire” has now grown seven consecutive weeks in total viewership since its Jan. »
- Rick Kissell
Tune-in for the Academy Awards may have been down — hitting a six-year low in total viewers — but that didn’t spell doom for the Alphabet. In fact, thanks to increased strength across its schedule, ABC dominated Oscar week by an even bigger margin than usual.
With the network winning on Monday, Thursday and Friday as well as Oscar Sunday, it was able to draw twice as many young adults as runners-up CBS and Fox during the course of the week. That made it the largest in-season margin of victory in 18-49 for ABC (100%) since January 2000, one of the network’s final turns airing the Super Bowl.
For the February sweep, ABC won all four Thursdays in 18-49 for the first time in eight years; took all four Fridays for the first time in 20 years; and won three of four Mondays, winning the night on average for the first time in six years. »
- Rick Kissell
Bueller?... Bueller?... Bueller?... Goldberg.
The Goldbergs, the totally rad ABC comedy, is serving up some good ol' nostalgia when they pay homage to another iconic '80s film--Ferris Bueller's Day Off. ETonline was invited to the set of the special tribute episode.
Watch: 'The Goldbergs' Meets 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' First Look
"My sons, played by Troy Gentile and Sean Giambrone, are obsessed with the movie Ferris Beuller and they want to have their own day off," star Wendi McLendon-Covey told ETonline. "Well, how's that going to go? It is a movie."
In the episode, airing Wednesday, middle child Barry (Gentile) attempts to recreate the classic John Hughes film only to have it turn into a disaster. Joining in on the hijinks of the day is Pops (George Segal) and younger brother Adam (Giambrone) who only make the it worse.
McLendon-Covey, who plays the smother of all smothers Beverly Goldberg, teased that audiences »
[Youtube "2Js4Tp5O2lE"] Justin Bieber got a new tattoo - and it's right on target. The 20-year-old singer shot another promo to hype his upcoming Comedy Central Roast on March 30. In it, Bieber adds to his collection of tattoos by getting a giant bullseye on his back. And who's doing the inking honors? None other than roast veteran Jeffrey Ross."It's f---ing perfect," Ross says, grinning. The Roast will be taped in Los Angeles and hosted by comedian Kevin Hart, who already warned that he's ready to "kill" Bieber with comedy. Bieber already shot one promo that riffs on his infamous vandalism charge »
- Lynette Rice, @lynetterice
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Charlie Sheen did not see Two and a Half-Men end the way he wanted. In fact, it pretty much ended without the legit, former star of the show. Thus Chuck Lorre found himself having to explain why the tiger blood king did not end up on it even after both sides claimed they wanted t. As expected, it appears that Chuck could not agree with Charlie. Here is what he said about their disagreement on his supposed guest appearance.
Our idea was to have him walk up to the front door in the last scene, ring the doorbell, then turn, look directly into the camera and go off on a maniacal rant about the dangers of drug abuse, He would then explain that these dangers only applied to average people. That he was far from average. He was a ninja warrior from Mars. He was invincible. … And then we would drop a piano on him. »
- Sarah Peel
Episodes: 262 (half-hour)
TV show dates: September 22, 2003 -- February 19, 2015
Series status: Ended
TV show description:
Alan moves into his brother's Malibu home and brings his 10-year-old son, Jake (Angus T. Jones), with him. Jake frequently gets caught in the middle between his fun-loving uncle and his uptight, but caring father.
But, while the Harper brothers are opposites, they'll always agree on one thing: their disdain for their controlling mother, Evelyn (Holland Taylor). Charlie's in no hurry »
Two and a Half Men ended after 12 successful seasons Thursday night. Though Charlie Sheen hasn’t been the star of the show in five seasons, Chuck Lorre made sure to make a number of references to him throughout the episode. Two and a Half Men Finale In 2011, Sheen was fired from Two and a […]
- Chelsea Regan
In case you missed it, this week marked the series finale of Two and a Half Men, and while the stars were reminiscing about their time on the long-running CBS hit, the big question on everyone's mind was whether original star Charlie Sheen would come back. Well, spoiler alert: he did and he didn't. Charlie the character was revealed as actually being alive, despite being killed off on an earlier season, and when he finally comes back to reveal himself to Walden (Ashton Kutcher) and Alan (Jon Cryer), we see a stand-in for Sheen approach the door - then get a piano dropped on him. As if that weren't a weird enough way to close out the show or address the controversy with Sheen, the final frame then shows series creator Chuck Lorre, who gives Sheen's famous catchphrase, "Winning," then has a piano dropped on him too. Watch that last »
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Why was Charlie Sheen absent from the "Two and a Half Men" series finale Thursday night? The actor was fired from the CBS comedy four years ago after a drug-fueled tirade. Creator Chuck Lorre says, "I know a lot of you might be disappointed that you didn't get to see Charlie Sheen in tonight's finale. For the record, he was offered a role. Our idea was to have him walk up to the front door in the last scene, turn, look directly into the camera and go off on a maniacal rant about the dangers of drug abuse. He would then explain that those dangers only applied to average people. That he was far from average. He was a ninja warrior from Mars. He was invincible. And then we would drop a piano on him. We thought it was funny. He didn't." USA Today -Break- Who made a shocking return »
After surviving one of the most dramatic dismissals of a series star ever, CBS' Two And A Half Men summoned some of the ratings magic of its glory days for its Charlie Sheen-themed (but Sheen-less) hourlong series finale last night. It drew a 3.1 rating in adults 18-49, up a whopping +48% from last week, and 13.2 million total viewers, the long-running comedy’s best numbers since May and April 2013, respectively. Underscoring the draw of star power in launching comedy… »
Two and a Half Men signed off on a high note Thursday night, albeit shy of the ratings highs it hit in its heyday. With an average 3.1 rating among adults 18-49, the show was up by almost 50 percent from the week prior — and at its best showing in the key demo since May 2013. Total viewership also swelled, up 41 percent to 13.2 million — many of them likely tuning in to see if former star Charlie Sheen would return. Still, the Chuck Lorre comedy lacked the momentum that How I Met Your Mother had when
- Michael O'Connell
CBS’ Two and a Half Men signed off with 13.2 million total viewers and a 3.1 demo rating, surging more than 40 percent week-to-week to deliver its best numbers since May and April of 2013, respectively.
TVLine readers gave the Sheen-less series ender an average grade of “C-.”
Opening the Eye’s night, Big Bang Theory (17.2 mil/4.4) slipped two tenths from its last fresh outing, while The Odd Couple debuted to 13.6 mil/3.1 (and a “B-” grade from TVLine readers), improving on Mom‘s last performance out of a fresh Bang (11.7 mil »
CBS had an eventful and successful Thursday, shutting the stage doors on “Two and a Half Men” and introducing the world to its new “Odd Couple” remake. “Men” topped its timeslot in total viewers, but lost to ABC’s “Scandal” in the advertiser-sought 18-49 demographic by one-tenth of a ratings point, 3.2 to 3.1. The two networks tied for first place overall in the key demo, with CBS claiming a victory in total viewers. Also Read: ‘Two and a Half Men’ Series Finale Gives Chuck Lorre Last Laugh on Charlie Sheen “The Odd Couple” had a strong premiere before Jon Cryer‘s and Ashton Kutcher‘s farewell. »
- Tony Maglio
Charlie Sheen may not have made the finale of his long-running series “Two and a Half Men,” but his character was there without him for the climax of the long-running sit-com. Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Stamos, Judy Greer, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Christian Slater were among the guest stars in the finale. Also making appearances were Conchata Ferrell as maid Berta, Angus T. Jones as nephew Jake and Amber Tamblyn as daughter Jenny. ...Read More »
Two and a Half Men is over. Charlie Harper returned! But Charlie Sheen didn't. Executive producer and co-creator Chuck Lorre explained the controversial star's absence in the show's last ever vanity card at the end of the episode. "I know a lot of you might be disappointed that you didn't get to see Charlie Sheen in tonight's finale," Lorre's card read. He then went on to explain the idea he had for Sheen's character, including jokes about the infamous rants Sheen made headlines with when he was fired from the show. "We thought it was funny," Lorre wrote. "He didn't. Instead, he wanted us to write a heart-warming scene that would set up his return to primetime TV in »
It's the end of a TV era! "Two and a Half Men" wrapped up its 12-season run on Thursday night with a series finale that revolved around the idea that Charlie Sheen's Charlie Harper was still alive ... but no, the actor never made a cameo. But another one of the original stars -- Angus T. Jones -- made an epic return, and, wow, did he look different. Sporting long hair and a scruffy beard, the young actor looked almost unrecognizable! It has been two years since the 21-year-old star left the hit show after playing the character Jake Harper for nearly 10 years. The actor received a wave of backlash in November 2012 when he repeatedly trashed the show and called it "filth." Although he apologized for his rant, CBS decided to drop Jones as a series regular. This was the first time we've seen him reprise his role since his feud with the network, »
- tooFab Staff
Chuck Lorre and the folks at "Two and a Half Men" used the finale to rip on Charlie Sheen all episode long … and then gruesomely kill him … all because Charlie wouldn't do as he was told. Long story short, the show set up a scenario where Charlie's character wasn't really dead. In the final scene, a man who looks like Charlie (seen only from behind) shows up at the house ... but is killed by a falling piano, »
- TMZ Staff
In case he wasn't really gone? Two and a Half Men brought back Charlie Sheen's character in its series finale on Thursday, Feb. 19, only to kill off Charlie Harper — yet again. While the actor himself did not return to the set (which show creator Chuck Lorre later explained), his character, as it turned out, was still alive by the series finale. Throughout the episode, Sheen was mocked for his unusual behavior, starting with his infamous meltdown in 2011, which resulted in his firing from the [...] »
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