Cartoon Planet

Regular Show

Cartoon Network Ratings Highlights for May 14 – 20, 2012

Cartoon Network continues to rank as television’s #1 network for weekly delivery of boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14 in early prime (7-9 p.m.). Cartoon Network also was the #1 television destination (broadcast & cable) among all kids (2-11, 6-11, 9-14) and boys on Monday night, and #1 with all boys Tuesday, Thursday & Friday night. Both Wednesday and Sunday night scored as the #1 night among boys 6-11 and 2-11. Read more →

Regular Show

“Regular Show” Leads Cartoon Network Ratings for May 7 – 13, 2012

For the first two weeks of May 2012, Cartoon Network has achieved television’s #1 network for weekly delivery of boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14 in early prime (7-9 p.m.). Cartoon Network also was the #1 television destination (broadcast & cable) among kids 2-11 and all boys on Tuesday night, and #1 with all boys on Monday night and Thursday night. Both Wednesday and Saturday night scored as the #1 night among boys 6-11 and 2-11. Read more →

Adventure Time

Cartoon Network Ratings Highlights for April 30 – May 6, 2012

Cartoon Network launched May 2012 by claiming television’s #1 network for weekly delivery of boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14 in early prime (7-9 p.m.). Compared to the same time period last year, average kids 6-11 delivery (647,000) grew by 8% and kids 9-14 (498,000) by 23%. In Total Day (6 a.m.-9 p.m.), average delivery of kids 6-11 (333,000) increased by 3% and kids 9-14 (267,000) by 15%. Read more →

Regular Show

Cartoon Network Ratings Highlights for April 16 – 22, 2012

While once again (every week in April) claiming television’s #1 network for weekly delivery of boys 2-11, 6-11 & 9-14, Cartoon Network also scored as the #2 network last week for early prime (7-9 p.m.) delivery of kids 6-11 & 9-14. This new early prime claim was achieved by significant double-digit delivery growth among all kids demos vs. the same time period last year—average kids 6-11 delivery (664,000) grew by 29%, kids 9-14 (546,000) by 45% and kids 2-11 (897,000) by 11%. Read more →