Source: “Teen Titans Go!” Premieres Strong: #1 With Males 2-17, Over 2 Million Viewers
That's what Nick and More are saying. The show crushed all foes in it's time slot and actually increased viewersship to a whooping +35% (Johnny Test, the show run before it, had only 3.7). Here's what Warner Brothers Animation had to say in their press notes:
The debut of Warner Bros. Animation’s new animated comedy-action series TEEN TITANS GO! on Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30/6:30c on Cartoon Network packed a ratings punch, ranking as the #1 kids program of the day on basic cable among Boys 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and Male Teens.
It also ranked #1 in its time period among Kids 2-11 & 6-11 as well as Boys 2-11, 6-11, 9-14 and Male Teens, outpacing its timeslot competition on Nickelodeon and DisneyHD by double- and triple-digits among the show’s key demos of Kids 6-11 and Boys 6-11.
Please find additional highlights below (source: NHI Galaxy Explorer, Live+Same Day U.S. AA rating):
- TEEN TITANS GO! delivered a 5.0 rating among its key demo of Boys 6–11 and more than two million Total Viewers
- Among Boys 6–11, the 5.0 rating for TEEN TITANS GO! improved Cartoon Network’s performance in the time period by +117% versus last week (2.3 rating for The Amazing World of Gumball).
- Also among Boys 6–11, TEEN TITANS GO! grew from its lead-in by +35% (3.7 rating for Johnny Test)
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