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“Adventure Time” Season 4 Premiere Scores Top Ratings

Adventure Time

Adventure Time, Cartoon Network’s hit animated comedy series returned Monday night, April 2 (7:30 p.m.) with its fourth season, scoring as the #1 telecast of the day among all targeted kids—ages 2-11, 6-11 and 9-14—earning double and triple-digit growth vs. last year’s time period, according to Nielsen Media Research. The season’s first half-hour episode “Hot to the Touch” also out-paced all kids competition, by double and triple digits ranging between 20% and 353%, and propelled Cartoon Network’s entire Monday night prime time (7-9 p.m.) line-up of animated comedies to #1 on all television among kids 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14, as well as boys 2-11, 6-11 and 9-14. Additionally, Adventure Time attracted more than 2.6 million viewers 2+, up a remarkable 96% vs. the same time period last year.

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Cartoon Network Ratings Highlights for March 26 – April 1, 2012

Regular Show

Carrying its 1Q'12 winning performance into April, Cartoon Network once again claimed television's #1 network on all TV for the week among boys (2-11, 6-11, 9-14) in Early Evening Prime (7-9 p.m.), charting solid delivery growth across all kids demos in both Prime and Total Day ranging between 2% and 19%. In Prime (7-9 p.m.), average kids 2-11 delivery (859,000) grew by 2%, kids 6-11 (606,000) by 9% and kids 9-14 (473,000) by 16%. In Total Day, average kids 2-11 (534,000) grew by 3%, kids 6-11 (345,000) by 8% and kids 9-14 (281,000) by 19%.

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Cartoon Network Ratings Highlights for March 2012

NinjaGo: Masters of Spinjitzu

Across March 2012, Cartoon Network stands as television’s #1 network—broadcast and cable--for boys (2-11, 6-11, 9-14) in Early Evening Prime (7-9 p.m.). Versus March last year, prime delivery grew by strong double digits across the board: average kids 6-11 (665,000) grew by 29%, kids 2-11 (935,000) by 25% and kids 9-14 (516,000) by 29%. Average Total Day delivery saw double-digit increases across all kid demos, between 16% - 24% in March.

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