Nickelodeon Celebrates Strong Ratings -- Including the Top Telecast of November in Kids and Tweens TVWeek
Nickelodeon is marking a number of ratings achievements, including the top telecast in kids and tween demos for the month of November, with the one-hour “iCarly” finale.
The Nov. 23 airing of the finale, “iGoodBye,” delivered 6.4 million total viewers. It was the month’s top telecast in all kids and tween demos, the network announced.
“Also, ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ and ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ ended the month as the top two animated series with K2-11 across all TV and are basic cable’s top animated kids’ shows with total viewers, respectively,” Nickelodeon announced. “Nickelodeon’s newest addition to its live-action roster, ‘Marvin Marvin,’ debuted with a strong 2.6 million total viewers, posting double-digit gains over last year with kids and tweens.”
The “iCarly” finale delivered 2.8 million kids 2-11; 2.3 million kids 6-11; and 2.6 million tweens 9-14. It was basic cable’s top kids telecast of the month in total viewers.
“SpongeBob SquarePants” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” ranked as the top two animated series in kids 2-11 across all TV, with “SpongeBob” averaging 2.1 million and “Turtles” averaging 1.6 million. The two series were basic cable’s top animated shows in total viewers, with 4.1 million for “SpongeBob” and 3.3 million for “Turtles.”