Ashton Kutcher's 'Two and a Half Men' promo wins views: viral video spotlight
Wednesday 14 September 2011
A promo for the new season of US TV show
Two and a Half Men has proved popular with YouTube viewers after being uploaded on September 12; appearing three times in the top 30 most popular videos of September 14.
Two and a Half Men is an American television series originally starring Charlie Sheen: the series revolves around the two very different lives of two brothers - Charlie Harper and Alan who find themselves living together with Alan's son following Alan's divorce.
Following the departure of Charlie Sheen from the show, the makers announced that actor Ashton Kutcher would be joining Two and a Half Men for a new season beginning September 19 on CBS.
A clip promoting the new season featuring Ashton Kutcher has gone viral on YouTube appearing three times in 6th, 11th and 29th positions in YouTube's "most watched today" charts on September 14. Combined, these three videos have been viewed nearly a million times after being uploaded to YouTube on September 12.
Data from YouTube shows that these videos are most popular with male viewers aged 18-35 in North and South America.
Ashton Kutcher also appears in another top 20 YouTube video titled " Ashton Kutcher Gets Naked"; the video has been viewed over 200,000 times in two days and on September 14 ranks number 17 in YouTube's "most watched today" charts.
"Aston Kutcher Gets Naked" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqIhhocdKoc
(Sixth position 14/09) - Two and a Half Men - "Manly Men (Ashton Kutcher)" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rA9eaLhxURs
(11th position 14/09) Two and a Half Men - "Manly Men Ashton Kutcher 2011 HD"
(29th position 14/09) New Two and a Half Men Opening - With Ashton Kutcher HD
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