Sunday, June 5 and Monday, June 6 final cable ratings.
Earning dramatic double-digit gains vs. the same week last year, Cartoon Network’s weekly early evening (7-9 p.m.) delivery increased between 30-40% across key kid demos: kids 6-11 delivery (623,000) increased by 34%, kids 2-11 delivery (917,000) increased by 30%, and kids 9-14 delivery (447,000) increased by 40%. In Total Day, kids 6-11 average delivery (396,000) grew by 7%, kids 2-11 delivery (594,000) grew by 2% and kids 9-14 delivery (303,000) grew by 10%.
Thursday, June 2 final cable ratings.
Wednesday, June 1 final cable ratings for Dude, What Would Happen? and Destroy Build Destroy.
Monday, May 30 and Tuesday, May 31 final cable ratings.
Across the month of May 2011, Cartoon Network’s Monday night line-up of original animated comedies—The Amazing World of Gumball (7:30 p.m.), Adventure Time (8 p.m.), Regular Show (8:30 p.m.) and Problem Solverz (8:45 p.m.)—each ranked #1 in their timeslots on all television among all key boy demos. The night posted double-digit gains among all kids and boys demos, with kids 6-11 delivery (832,000) increasing by 26%, kids 9-14 delivery (620,000) increasing by 37%, and kids 2-11 (1,088,000) increasing by 15%.
After the Memorial Day weekend, let’s catch up on some cable ratings that have been posted late last week through today.
Today is the start of Memorial Day Weekend and as usual TV networks like the schedule special marathons and premieres. Inside is a network-by-network rundown of this weekend’s events.
Week-over-week, both a new The Looney Tunes Show and a Gumball repeat were up with total viewers. Looney Tunes was up 58,000 viewers and Gumball up 42,000. However, both were down with kids 2-11, Looney Tunes by 0.3 points and Gumball by 0.4 points.
Monday, May 23 final cable ratings for Adventure Time, Regular Show, MAD and The Problem Solverz.
Throughout the fourth week of May, Cartoon Network’s weekly early evening (7-9 p.m.) delivery increased across all kids demos vs. the same time period last year: kids 6-11 delivery (571,000) increased by 10%, kids 2-11 delivery (810,000) increased by 5%, and kids 9-14 delivery (421,000) increased by 16%. In Total Day, kids 6-11 average delivery (303,000) grew by 1%, and kids 9-14 delivery (230,000) grew by 7%.
Being a good neighbor seriously backfires on Bugs in “Fish and Visitors,” this week’s episode of The Looney Tunes Show airing on Tuesday, May 24 at 8 p.m. (ET, PT) on Cartoon Network.
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