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Cable TV Ratings: "SpongeBob" & "Family Guy" Still on Top, "Scooby" Movie Scores

by on July 14, 2010

For the second week in a row, both SpongeBob SquarePants and Family Guy were the two most watched animated programs on cable in total viewers for the week of July 5-11. SpongeBob placed 10 out of the top 25 spots for the week, while Family Guy placed two. SpongeBob‘s highest ranking was #6 for the “Clash of Triton” special, which we reported ratings for last week. Family Guy placed #19 and #21 with about 3.7 million viewers each showing.

Other animated program ratings for the week include:

  • The third new episode of Total Drama World Tour scored 1.125 million kids age 2-11, 808,000 kids 6-11 and 687,000 tweens 9-14. Cartoon Network noted that all those demo numbers were up double digit percentage points compared to the same time period in 2009.
  • A new episode of TBS’ animated comedy, Neighbors from Hell scored 1.256 million viewers and a 0.5/1 adults 18-49 demo last Monday at 10PM. The total viewer number was up slightly week-to-week while the demo number remained the same.
  • The Thursday 10PM new episode of Futurama on Comedy Central scored 2.013 million viewers and a 1.0/3 adults 18-49 rating. That was down slight in total viewers and 0.1 point in the adults demo from the previous week’s new episode.
  • The Saturday night television premiere of Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo on Cartoon Network was watched by 912,000 kids 2-11, 525,000 kids 6-11 and 363,000 tweens 9-14, scoring double and even triple-digit ratings gains over the previous years time period (which was occupied by CN Real programs BrainRush, Destroy Build Destroy and The Othersiders).
  • Disney Channel also reports that the Sunday night (10PM) showing of Phineas and Ferb is the week’s #9 most watched show for tweens 9-14 (1.105 million).

(All times are Eastern.)

[Sources: Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, TVbytheNumbers.com, and Travis Yanan at PIFeedback.com]

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