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Ratings Watch: Cartoon Network, Disney Channel

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has been racking up the viewers on Cartoon Network, as last Friday's 8 p.m. ep earned 51% delivery increases among kids two to 11 (891,000), 55% delivery increases with kids six to 11 (646,000) and 98% delivery increases among kids nine to 14 (659,000).
October 21, 2009

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has been racking up the viewers on Cartoon Network, as last Friday’s 8 p.m. ep earned 51% delivery increases among kids two to 11 (891,000), 55% delivery increases with kids six to 11 (646,000) and 98% delivery increases among kids nine to 14 (659,000).

The numbers shot up among boys, with delivery in boys two to 11 (677,000) up 59%, six to 11s delivery (521,000) up 54% and nine to 14 delivery (535,000) up by 101%.

During the week of October 12, 2009, Disney Channel stood as TV’s #1 network in Tweens 9-14 for the 5th consecutive week and for the 22nd time in 23 weeks, delivering the Top 7 telecasts led by Sunday’s all-new Hannah Montana. In Prime, the network ranked #1 for the 238th consecutive week in Kids 6-11 and for 234th in Tweens 9-14 marking 4-1/2 years of dominance.

Meanwhile, Sunday’s ep of Hannah Montana on Disney Channel was the week’s top scripted cable telecast in total viewers. It was also the week’s number one TV telecast in kids six to 11 and tweens nine to 14, and in kids six to 11, DC had TV’s top three regularly scheduled series with Phineas and Ferb at number one, followed by Wizards of Waverly Place and then Hannah Montana.

As for tweens nine to 14, DC also held TV’s Top three of the same regularly scheduled series, shuffled around with Hannah Montana at the top, then Phineas followed by Wizards.

Saturday’s ep of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse came in as the number one weekend TV telecast in kids two to five, which also placed fifth overall on an all play basis. Handy Manny also found a home in the week’s top 10 TV series in the target demo.

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