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Remember, it may not always be in a timely fashion, but here at The Numbers Game, we don't wait a month to finish what we start. This is Volume 41 of the blog that breaks down the numbers of our favorite show.
Phineas and Ferb hit the new airwaves once again on Thursday, July 26 for the biggest question of the summer - "Where's Perry?". 3.733 million viewers found him on the highly unconventional night, a 14 percent increase from the previous Friday that was good enough to top Jessie and the premiere of Code: 9. As a matter of fact, the new episode checked in at No. 15 on the Cable Top 25, making it the highest kid-targeted program on the chart.
Not surprisingly, this growth was also reflected in the target age groups. Phineas and Ferb shined brightest among Kids 6-11, where it was No. 3 overall and cable's top-rated show for the week with an 18 percent increase over the previous episode. Among Kids 2-11, the new episode rebounded back to No. 3 after missing the charts the previous episode, and it also placed at No. 8 among Tweens 9-14. Finally, along Adults 18-49, a 5 percent increase was good enough to tick the rating up a point to 0.6.
Next weekend, the Boys of Summer Vacation will be celebrating their 5 year anniversary (!). Then, in two weeks, summer's biggest mystery is revealed in "Where's Perry? (Part Two)", coming Friday, August 24 at 9:00PM Eastern (8:00 Central). Until next time, go Packers, follow @RyanStoppable on Twitter, and-
(to be continued)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Thursday's Cable Ratings: "Burn Notice," "Suits" Top Charts for USA (July 27, 2012)
- ↑ The Numbers Game doesn't think it will survive for very long.
- ↑ Cable Top 25: 'WWE Raw' Tops Cable Viewership For Week Ending July 29, 2012 (July 31, 2012)
- ↑ Cynopsis: Kids! :: 08/06/12 - Same wrong order as last time - Tweens 9-14 are actually listed first, then Kids 2-11, then Kids 6-11.