The New York Times notes that more than half the viewers of Men of a Certain Age are women:
The suspicion festers because the sensibility of the show is so genetically female, so catered to how women think men ought to live. Revolving around the relationship of three male friends with a long history, the series is warm, chatty, minutiae obsessed, and almost hormonal in its swings from cool observational comedy to saturnine character examination. It is, in some sense, Curb Your Enthusiasm ratcheted down a few tax brackets and up a number of scales in emotional key. The result has proved to be a success. Since its premiere last year, the series has attracted an average of 3.9 million viewers a week, more than half of whom are women.
Of course, we’ve been live-blogging the show this season (catch up on the first three episodes here, here, and here); what do you think? Do you watch MOCA? Is “the sensibility of the show so genetically female”?