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“The Eyes” have it.

October 20th, 2010

Highest “Adventure Time” ratings since our premiere! Thank you everyone. Sure, that’s you AT crew, but I’m shouting out our loyal viewers.

Straight from the network:

Top 4 most watched shows of the day with B6-11 vs all TV were:
1. Adventure Time at 8p
Top 3 most watched shows of the day with M9-14 vs all TV were:
2. Adventure Time at 8p

#1 for their timeslots with K2-11 and K6-11 vs all TV:
Adventure Time at 8p and Regular Show at 8:15p
#1 for its timeslot with B6-11 vs all TV:
Adventure Time at 8:45p

#1 for their timeslots with M9-14 vs all TV:
Johnny Test at 7:30p and Adventure Time at 8:45p

Fred

Adventure Time Still on Top

April 14th, 2010

Audiences really came through again for Adventure Time and Cartoon Network this week. Thumbs up from the early ratings reports on Monday night’s show, the debut of “Prisoners of Love” and “Tree Trunks.”

Adventure Time is still a big hit, ranking as Cartoon Network’s #1 show of the day with its five most sought-after age groups.* And here’s news that should really make the network happy: more boys between the ages of nine and fourteen watched Adventure Time than any other show on all of TV Monday (except for one – eat it, WWE).

Another piece of information which is good for Adventure Time is the show scored a 3.7 rating with six-to-eleven year-old kids (translation: 3.7 percent of all Americans that age were watching Finn & Jake at 8:00 p.m.). Both the show before (Johnny Test) and after it (Flapjack) earned a 2.8 rating.

There’s still a long way to go before everyone [Read more…]

Thumbs Up from the Ratings Folks

March 18th, 2010

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Congratulations to Pen and his Adventure Time team. Last week’s sneak preview of “Business Time” raked in really good ratings for Cartoon Network. For the week of March 8 through March 14, the Adventure Time sneak was:

#1 - Cartoon Network’s highest-rated program with kids, age six to eleven.

#1 - Cartoon Network’s highest-rated program with kids, age nine to fourteen.

#2 - Cartoon Network’s second highest-rated program with boys, age six to eleven.

#5 - Cartoon Network’s fifth highest-rated program with kids, age two to eleven. (Sorry, you anti-reality folks - Dude, What Would Happen was number one.)

You can imagine how pleased everyone is. Hopefully, the good times will continue to roll with tonight’s episode.

– Eric

The ratings are in…

March 12th, 2010

shift_ESRB…and they’re great!
I can’t tell you the exact numbers –I don’t actually have them, and I’m not cleared to tell them to you, even if I did– but they seem to be pretty awesome. With no real promotion (though I know you told everyone) the numbers for kids (6 to 11 years old, and 9 to 14 years old, in TV jargon) are up double digit percentages. Jeez, thanks to all of you, we’re already looking like a hit before we even launch. Seriously, you’ve been our biggest supporters from day one, truly, thank you.

As soon as Cartoon Network gives us the exact ratings to bring public, we’ll let you know.

Thanks again, Fred