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%.
Red Arrow’s return undercuts Artemis’s confidence, while the team’s mission to track down Sportsmaster threatens to expose her darkest secrets….
The Green Lanterns travel to Betrassus, a high tech yet medieval world, where they become embroiled in a murder investigation that could bring down Queen Iolande's kingdom before it even begins.
New Series: Ben 10: Omniverse, new LEGO series, live-action Nick Cannon kids sketch comedy, Beware the Batman, DreamWorks Dragons: The Series
Cartoon Network is jumping on the nostalgia train! Starting this Friday, March 30, Cartoon Planet – hosted by Brak and Zorak – is returning to Cartoon Network. The hour-long block will feature older to more recent cartoons from the network including Foster’s Home, Dexter’s Lab, Johnny Bravo, Flapjack, Chowder, etc.
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.
The Green Lanterns are called upon to save a cargo ship caught in a dangerous black hole-type anomaly. With help from Red Lantern Razer and Aya, the Interceptor's AI, Hal and Kilowog must bring the ship and it's valuable cargo to safety before they're crushed alive.
Superboy returns to Project Cadmus, where he learns the top-secret genetics lab may have created another Super Clone. Meanwhile, the Justice League convenes at the Watchtower to discuss an important matter.
Garfield leads other comic strip heroes on a mission to get Hollywood to remember them. Then, a mother realizes her sons have become something she always hated: ninja turtles! Plus, Alfred E. Neuman, Spy vs. Spy and more!
For three straight weeks this month, Cartoon Network claimed television’s #1 network for the week among boys (2-11, 6-11, 9-14) in Early Evening Prime (7-9 p.m.), charting remarkable double-digit delivery growth across all kids demos in both Prime and Total Day ranging between 10% and 22%. In Prime (7-9 p.m.), average kids 2-11 delivery (810,000) grew by 13%, kids 6-11 (595,000) by 22% and kids 9-14 (473,000) by 18%. In Total Day, average kids 2-11 (536,000) grew by 10%, kids 6-11 (351,000) by 15% and kids 9-14 (283,000) by 16%.