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The Numbers Game: A Brand New Reality

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From our NEWWW~ world headquarters, incidentally located just a few miles away from the old one, welcome back once again to The Numbers Game! This is Volume 61 of the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.

After two weeks off, Phineas and Ferb returned on Friday, August 2 with "Love at First Byte". The new episode interfaced with 2.834 million viewers[1], a 5 percent increase over the previous episode. It did so on the strength of a 1.8 household rating[2], up a tenth from three weeks prior. Among Disney Channel programming, this was good for No. 8 on the week behind leader Shake It Up.[2]

Phineas and Ferb returned to the rankings amongst its target age groups with the new episode. Among Kids 6-11, the show recorded a 6.1 rating to check in at No. 4 on the week.[3] It also reached the rankings among Kids 2-11, coming in at No. 6, one spot behind a preschool show, on a 4.3 rating.[4] Finally, viewership among Adults 18-49 fell by 2 percent, remaining at a 0.4 rating.[1]

After months of anticipation, we have arrived at 2013's biggest one: "Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel" premieres tomorrow night, Friday, August 16 at 8:00PM Eastern (7:00 Central)! The Numbers Game will be back to cover it, although that will be after "One Good Turn" gets the treatment next week. Until then, follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter for the latest "Mission Marvel" ratings news, stay Extraordinary, and remember...that the numbers never lie.

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