Final K6-11 Ratings for Saturday, June 23, 2012 Cable Networks only (Live + SD Data):
Source: Disney Research from Nielsen Media Research Data
DISNEY CHANNEL 2.9/17 Avg. (7a-1p)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 1.9/27; Doc McStuffins 2.4/27; Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 2.0/17; Jake and the Never Land Pirates 2.5/17; Phineas and Ferb 3.0/19; Phineas and Ferb 3.1/17; Phineas and Ferb 3.3/18; Fish Hooks (1x15) 3.1/16; Phineas and Ferb (1x15) 2.9/14; Jessie 3.1/15; A.N.T. Farm 3.4/17; Wizards of Waverly Place 3.0/15; Wizards of Waverly Place 3.3/17
NICKELODEON 2.3/17 Avg. (7a-1p)
Penguins of Madagascar 0.8/12; Penguins of Madagascar 1.1/12; Fairly OddParents 2.3/19; Fairly OddParents 2.4/17; SpongeBob SquarePants 2.8/17; SpongeBob SquarePants 3.0/16; SpongeBob SquarePants 2.7/15; SpongeBob SquarePants 3.0/15; Legend of Korra 3.2/16; Power Rangers Samurai 1.6/8; SpongeBob SquarePants 1.4/7
CARTOON NETWORK 1.7/11 Avg. (7a-1p)
Johnny Test 0.9/13; Redakai: Conquer the Kairu 1.0/11; Beyblade: Metal Masters 1.5/13; Pokemon B&W: Rival Destinies 1.9/13; Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 1.7/10; Ninjago 1.7/9; The Green Lantern 1.2/7; Young Justice 1.1/5; Annoying Orange 1.9/9; Annoying Orange 2.4/12; Regular Show 2.8/13; The Looney Tunes Show 2.8/14; The Looney Tunes Show 2.4/12
DISNEY XD 1.3/8 Avg. (7a-1p)
Toy Story (1x103) 0.6/6; Toy Story 2 (1x120) 1.6/9; Kick Buttowski (1x15) 1.7/8; Fish Hooks (1x15) 1.1/5; Phineas and Ferb 1.4/7; Phineas and Ferb 1.7/8; Phineas and Ferb 1.5/7
Almost everything did great. Beyblade and Pokemon have shown that they can do better, but that there is fine. Annoying Orange did good enough and RS and TLTS dominated. But then there's DC Nation, which did terrible and drags the whole morning down. They might have to remove it when there's no premieres except for shorts.
See, I've been saying add some classics or comedies for a while. DC Nation really put the morning down. Without those couple shows, I have to say that the morning would've got at least a 2.0.
I really want to see what happens when they add Looney Tunes to the mornings though and not Looney Tunes Show, even though the success is there. CN better keep this as their morning block.
Well to be fair, the action shows are easier to follow when they're on in the afternoons (like Toonami once was, or even air them after tom and jerry). It's understandable why it'd be frustrating for a viewer to try watching such a plot driven show like Young Justice from the middle of its run.
Lately, CN just doesn't know where to play their action shows anymore... not after they moved Toonami from the afternoons. :1
EDIT: And I agree, CN has finally found their post-DC Nation line up. :>
It's nice to see TLTS doing good in reruns and only .2 away from Wizards if Waverly Place's 12PM airing in K6-11 too. Regular Show did pretty good as well. That 2.4 Million with Regular Show on Monday is pretty good for it's lead-in ,Adventure Time putting up a fight with both Figure It Out and Big Time Rush. I think they can hit 3 Million once this summer if the competition slacks off at some point.
There's nothing that can be said positive about DC Nation's ratings. I mean, I would argue that the low ratings are due to re-runs, but even when there are new episodes, they barely score higher than what we saw this past weekend. And, we all know how CN operates, but surely that won't can it at the drop of a hat because its a DC property, but the lack of promotion for a brand new block with dedicated shorts is kind of a hint. I really hope things pick up, because I really like Young Justice and Green Lantern. When are the new eps coming back?
I assume new episodes will return this fall, sometime around September. Both Young Justice and Green Lantern only have 13 episodes left for this season so they'll probably air straight through. That'd be my guess anyway.
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