TV Ratings: "Prison Break", "How I Met Your Mother", "Two and a Half Men" Hit Season Highs
All-new episodes of manhunt drama "Prison Break" on FOX and sitcoms "How I Met Your Mother" and "Two and a Half Men" on CBS hit season highs on Monday night, while the big paternity revelation on NBC's "Heroes" scored over a million more viewers than the murder of Jack Bauer's brother on FOX "24".
"Prison Break" opened the night for FOX with 10,14 million viewers, followed by "24" that slipped half a million over its last week's installment, but still built on its lead-in scoring 13,57 million viewers.
Over on NBC, "Deal Or No Deal" got huge numbers at 8pm nabbing as many as 17,33 million viewers. Then at 9, "Heroes" scored 14,56 million. 10pm drama "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" improved over last week's lackluster performance, but only managed to keep half of "Heroes" audience.
17,77 million people tuned into "Two and a Half Men" at 9pm, a season high for the sitcom. CBS was also the undisputed winner of the entire evening mainly earning that honor on the strength of Monday's top-rated show CSI: Miami (18,2 million).
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