No one knew for sure what would happen when Michael J. Fox left Spin City after last season, but DreamWorks tapped Charlie Sheen to fill the void and hoped for the best.
Their gamble paid off. According to The New York Times, the numbers for this season are even higher than they were last fall — and it seems that viewership is up among younger folk — which has advertisers doing kicking up their heels.
Jeffrey Katzenberg, a DreamWorks partner, said, “[The show] goes on with out missing a beat.”