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Nickelodeon Wins First Week of March as Top Cable Net for Kids 2-11

Nickelodeon is currently celebrating a healthy first week of March, as they have managed to rank as the number one basic cable net amongst kids aged 2 to 11 (2.9/915K) and total viewers (1.7M), scoring the top kids’ shows in animation and preschool.

Nickelodeon managed to land the top four animated series with kids aged 2 to 11 for the week, headlined by Spongebob SquarePants (5.1/1.6M), followed by Sanjay and Craig (5.0/1.6M), Breadwinners (4.5/1.4M) and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (4.2/1.3M). In addition, SpongeBob SquarePants and Sanjay and Craig ranked as the overall top two programs with Kids 2-11 for the week. SpongeBob SquarePants was also the week’s number-one kids’ program with total viewers (3.4M).

Nickelodeon Closed February as Top Kids’ Cabler

Nickelodeon will be closing February as the top basic cable network with Kids aged 2 to 11 (3.0/967K), as well as the one with the most total viewers (1.8M). It marks 13 straight months of good performance with the 2-11 demographic, thanks to a solid library of animation, live-action, and preschool content.

In animation, Nick had the top four series among Kids 2-11, led by SpongeBob SquarePants, which earned a 5.3/1.7M with Kids 2-11 and 3.3M total viewers. Sanjay and Craig came in second with Kids 2-11 (4.7/1.5M) and drew 2.8M total viewers. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was the third leading animated series with Kids 2-11 (4.7/1.5M) and scored 3M total viewers. Rabbids Invasion rounded out the top four spots with Kids 2-11 (4.6/1.5M), while drawing 2.6M total viewers.

Teen Titans Go! Premiere Ranks #1 Among Males 2-17, Gets Over 2 Million Viewers

Teen Titans Go! Premiere Ranks #1 Among Males 2-17, Gets Over 2 Million Viewers

Warner Bros’s recent premiere of Teen Titans Go! (which aired last Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30/6:30c on Cartoon Network) exceeded expectations and managed to climb to the top of the ratings ladder, attracting over 2 million total viewers and ranking as the #1 kids program of the day on basic cable among Boys 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and Male Teens.

Teen Titans Go! also ranked #1 in its time period among Kids 2-11 & 6-11 as well as Boys 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and Male Teens, beating strong timeslot competition from both Nickelodeon and DisneyHD among the show’s key demos of Kids 6-11 and Boys 6-11.

Teen Titans Go! is a fresh new take on DC’s premiere teenage superteam. Unlike the previous Titans cartoon, Teen Titans Go dials the humor a notch higher, and while there’s still action to be had, the series also provides a deeper look at what goes on in the lives of the super-powered adolescents when they are not saving the world.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Makes a Triumphant Return, Gets Renewed

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Makes a Triumphant Return, Gets Renewed

Nickelodeon’s latest refresh of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles started their first season with a bang last weekend (Saturday, Sept. 29, at 11 a.m., ET/PT), managing to rank as said week’s top telecast with kids aged 2 to 11 (6.2/2.1 million) and boys 6-11 (8.2/837,000) across broadcast and cable TV. It also ranks as the number one kids program on basic cable with its 3.9 million total viewers for the week. The show also managed to hit a new record rating for Nickelodeon with boys 2-11 (7.5/1.3 million), and was the network’s top-rated premiere for an animated series since 2009. During its premiere weekend the series reached nearly 12 million total viewers.

Toonami Ratings Improve During Week 2

Toonami Ratings Improve During Week 2

The recently revived Toonami programming block on Cartoon Network had decent ratings on its first week, according to former Toonami producer and current VP of strategic marketing and promotions Jason DeMarco. The ratings were good enough to justify continuation, but it didn’t exactly break new grounds. Fortunately for people like us, who want to the programming block to stay a little longer, the numbers have improved over the second week, as the premiere episodes of Bleach, Casshern Sins, Deadman Wonderland, managed to pull above average numbers.

“We’re doing well! I’m encouraged,” said DeMarco in a recent tweet.

Avatar Legend of Korra’s The Aftermath Gets Top Spot for The Week

Avatar Legend of Korra’s The Aftermath Gets Top Spot for The Week

Nickelodeon’s latest addition to the Avatar franchise is a bonafide hit, as proven by the numbers it managed to pull last Saturday, May 19, during the showing of the episode titled “The Aftermath”, which deals with the increased tension brought about by an ally that Korra suspects to be working for the Equalists.

Nickelodeon ratings jump with Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness

Nickelodeon ratings jump with Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness

Just a few days back on November 7th, Nickelodeon kicked off with the very first episode of Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness. So, how has the DreamWorks Animation franchise done for the Nick? Apparently, pretty darn awesome! The toon’s premiere has kicked off a series of record high ratings for Nickelodeon, setting itself up for quite a long future. Along with already uber succesful series like SpongeBob SquarePants, Nick is in a great spot right now, as far as ratings and viewers are concerned. Were you part of the bunch to turn in to Po’s serial adventures?

Nickelodeon’s Mysterious Ratings Drop Investigated by Nielsen

Nickelodeon’s Mysterious Ratings Drop Investigated by Nielsen

In a recent report by The Hollywood Reporter, Viacom and Nielsen are both investigating an unusual occurrence at the children’s cable network that is home to the likes of Spongebob Squarepants and The Penguins of Madagascar. Both Hollywood trades state that Nickelodeon’s ratings have dropped 15 to 20 percent since mid September.

Regular Show back to Cartoon Network with ratings, Halloween Special

Regular Show back to Cartoon Network with ratings, Halloween Special

Can you believe we’re already in the third season of Cartoon Network’s runaway hit, Regular Show? Along with toons like Adventure Time, ThunderCats, and Young Justice, this new era of animation has really taken ahold of key demographics for the CN, as reflected in some big ratings numbers for Regular Show’s third season debut last week. Falling into it’s usual Monday time slot, new episodes this season promise to keep the good times rolling, including a special Halloween spook-tacular! The holiday special of the J.G. Quintel show will feature three creepy stories, all compacted into one awesome episode. Or regular episode. However you want to say it, be sure you watch it!

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