The series about the messy personal lives of a family of professionals is the No. 2 new comedy of the season behind NBC's "My Name is Earl," Zap2it.com reported.
Since its debut seven weeks ago, the Monday night comedy has averaged 11.97 million viewers and retains roughly 80 percent of the audience from "Two and a Half Men," which runs right before it, Zap2it.com said.
The show -- also starring Christopher Gorham and Paula Marshall -- was created by "Frasier" veterans Joe Keenan and Christopher Lloyd.
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