'Two and a Half Men' Ratings Continue To Drop Without Sheen

According to reports, ratings for ‘Two and a Half Men’ continue to decline since Charlie Sheen’s disappearance from the show.

Last night (October 12), 15.8 million viewers watched, which is down seven percent from last week’s episode which was watched by 17.7 million.

The first episode which aired with Ashton Kutcher instead of Sheen drew 28.7 million viewers, an all-time record for the CBS sitcom. Things took a turn the following week when 20.5 million viewers tune in, which dropped the ratings 30%.

Sheen was fired from the show in March for his loose rants against show creator Chuck Lorre. The Hollywood actor sued Warner Bros. for wrongful termination and received an undisclosed amount of money.

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