Yesterday's episode of Two and a Half Men showed some upward movement in ratings for the key demographics, moving away from series lows.
"Alan Harper, Pleasing Women Since 2003" had an audience of 8.53 million people, still down marginally on last week's 8.59m viewers. With increased competition from the World Series on Fox, the smaller decline in viewership might still be welcome news. Two and a Half Men finished third in viewers, behind the World Series on Fox and ABC's Grey'ss Anatomy.
Two and a Half Men edged up in the 18-49 demographic to a 2.3/6, up from a series low of 2.1/6 last week. The rating did, however, only match the rating of the October 10 episode, which was then a series low. Two and a Half Men also finished third in the 18-49 demo, behind the World Series and Grey's Anatomy.