The first episode drew in a decent 550,000 viewers, but the following three episodes have done better, and about 90 percent of the audience for "Weeds" is sticking around to watch the plight of Hank Moody. Ratings data also shows the series appealing equally to both men and women. A dozen episodes have been ordered for the second season, and The Hollywood Reporter is saying it will begin production in April for a premiere next summer.
I haven't seen the show since the first episode, but I just ordered Showtime this week, so I'll be catching up with my own little "Californication" mini-marathon soon. In the meantime, have any of you been watching? And is another season of Duchovny as Hank good news for you?
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