While Ryan Stoppable has been doing the ratings, here are the two more recent episodes and how they fared:

Ferb Latin

Possibly due to Black Friday shoppers going to bed early, the episode got just 2.929 million viewers[1], the lowest since the movie premiere back in August. The 18-49 rating was an 0.5, tying ANT Farm for #1 for Disney Channel on Friday night. The program was #2 most viewed among all viewers at its time slot, beating House of Payne (2.538 million, 1.0 18-49), Wipeout (1.349, 0.6 18-49), and Say Yes to the Dress (1.324, 0.4 18-49), but lagged behind Gold Rush (4.739, 1.7 18-49). This was 484,000 behind 25th, a NFL postgame report on the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens.[2]

A Phineas and Ferb Family Christmas

Possibly buoyed by Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas! the episode got 4.224 million viewers with a 0.7 18-49 rating[3] and was the 19th most watched program that week[4], having a 2.9 HH rating. It was the #3 most-seen program on Disney Channel, behind 2 airngs of Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas! (6.876 million, 1.1 18-49, 4.5 HH on Friday and 4.763 million and 3.4 on Sunday), as well as the series preview of Austin and Ally (5,661 million, 3.7 HH, 0.8 18-49). As for comparable programs running at the same times, only The Grinch Grinches The Cat in the Hat (1.745 million, 0.5, 18-49) was on the list at a similar time.

Have a very Perry Christmas and a (gyryryryryryryr) New Year!



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