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The Numbers Game - A Friday Night Smackdown

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Having dragged myself away from MLB 10 The Show for the moment, it is now time for Volume 7 of The Numbers Game, your home for U.S. Phineas and Ferb ratings news.

The big number for the week was Friday's Disney Channel US premiere of "I Was a Middle Aged Robot / Suddenly Suzy", and it was quite a successful one. Scoring 3.758 million total viewers[1], Phineas and Ferb was the most watched cable program on Friday night, beating out new episodes of Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life on Deck and Nick's Big Time Rush among others. Overall, it was good for Number 19 on the week.

In other news, the Phineas and Ferb website continues to go strong, as it was the Number 5 most visited TV show site for the week of February 14-20.[2], receiving 2.31% of all TV website traffic for that week. This is up one spot, as Lost fell off the list following its season premiere, and about two tenths of a percent from the last data posted for two weeks prior.

Next week, it's "Undercover Carl / Hip Hip Parade" on Disney Channel, so I should see you back here. Until then, vote Phineas and Ferb, and remember that the numbers never lie.

References

  1. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2010/03/02/cable-ratings-wwe-raw-cnn-newsroom-burn-notice-and-spongebob-top-weekly-cable-viewing/43550 Cable Top 25, week ending February 28
  2. http://tvbythenumbers.com/2010/02/26/hitwise-spongebob-still-absorbing-the-internet/43165 Hitwise Custom Report for Top Visited U.S. Broadcast and Cable Network TV Show Websites Overall (Week ending February 20, 2010)

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