Anger Management: Season Two Ratings

anger management tv show season two ratingsWill the ratings for Anger Management improve in season two or, will they fall even lower than they did in season one? We’ll have to wait and see.

Revolving around an anger management therapist (Charlie Sheen) who has issues of his own, the cast also includes Selma Blair, Shawnee Smith, Daniela Bobadilla, Michael Arden, Noureen DeWulf, Derek Richardson, and Martin Sheen.

The comedy’s ratings are typically the best way to tell if Anger Management would be cancelled or renewed for another season however, 90 episodes were ordered for season two as part of a syndication deal. Those will last for awhile and may or may not be the end anyway.

These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:

Final season averages: 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 1.1 million total viewers.

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Reference point: The first season of Anger Management averaged a 1.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.98 million viewers. (You can see the week-by-week numbers here.)

Cable ratings are typically released within a day or so of the show’s airing, except for in the case of weekends and holidays. They are sometimes harder to locate so there may be occasional delays or gaps.

What do you think? Do you like the Anger Management TV series? Do you think that it should be cancelled or renewed for even more episodes?

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  1. Christina Squillante says

    I was really disappointed that they decided to cancel Anger Management with Charlie Sheen. There are so few shows out there that are still funny and the cast was awesome. I really wish that the network would reconsider. If it’s a ratings problem then maybe put it on at a different time.

  2. K Ward says

    Renew Anger Management Charlie Sheen is loved by his fans. Charlie and the.gang put smile on my face, so ease bring them back!@

  3. Rob says

    Renew it! Charlie Sheen is great! He was the only reason Two n Half Men was good. Without him it tanked. Actors get tired of being used by Production that don’t realize why they are making money. Charlie and his dad are so talented and real. Good Luck Charlie for many seasons to come.

  4. Rhys says

    Soo… I hope charlie is back with something even better…

    To be honest that last episode of TaaHM really freaked me out, the whole episode was buil;ding up to it and then chuck lorre smuggly says ‘Winning’ which just outright pissed me off… Wont ruin it for you guys but the fact they did what they did really pissed me off..

    Anger Management was also great to watch, yet since selma leaving it felt really awkward for me for some reason, Brian was a treat though he is a damn funny dude…

    I kinda just have a nostalgic longing for seeing Walden, Allen and Charlie in their own show without thse stupid network barriers that seem to just serve a purpose of fulfilling the writer’s desires and not us… When the hell did this happen? THIS SHOW IS FOR US DAMMIT, Not you Chuck Lorre!!

    I actually see why Charlie ending his relationship with you as this last season was pretty much filled with cliches that seem to always point a smug finger at charlie like you are some little kid bully that won his prize but then continually kept shoving the losers face in it.. Show Some Class Man…

  5. Chris H says

    The number of viewers in the Final Season averages don’t make sense. You claim in the article and at the bottom of your table an average of 1.1 million viewers. A simple eyeball test will show you that’s not accurate. It took me 30 seconds to plug the numbers into Excel and tell me the actual numbers were 811,000, a far cry from 1.1 million.

    The average of the 18-49 demo also comes out to a .34, not a .49.

    And yes, for both of my number I divided by 89, to take into account the missing data from 4/24.

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