[source] 714 - “Fame and Misfortune” Written by: M.A. Larson "Twilight Sparkle's publishing of the friendship journal has unintended consequences when ponies start to argue over who wrote the best… (More)
A little change to these ratings reports is coming. We’ll do these on Tuesday since Wander Over Yonder has returned for its final run and Star vs. the Forces of Evil is coming as well on Monday nights.
Speaking of Wander, it’s return went up against Game 7 of the NBA Western Conference Final and suffered it’s lowest marks since the duo of “The Date” and “The Buddies” back in October 2014. “The Hot Shot” and “The Night Out” drew an estimated 193,000 last Monday night on Disney XD. That is the lowest mark for this season and the Season Two average is now 431,368 per episode with six 11-minute and one last 22-minute episode left.
Next up is “The Search for Captain Tim” and “The Heebie Jeebies” on Monday night at 8pm ET/7pm CT on Disney XD.
Next up is “Flutter Brutter” on Saturday at 11:30am ET/10:30am CT on Discovery Family.
Littlest Pet Shop experience another gain in viewership as its run nears an end. “Seeing Red” drew an estimated 159,000 viewers on Discovery Family making that the highest mark since “Snipmates” earlier this season. It is the highest mark so far for the second half of this final season. The Season Four average for LPS now stands at 139,500.
The two-part series finale is next Saturday as “Littlest Pet Street” gets set to open at noon ET/11am CT on Discovery Family.
Ratings information comes courtesy of Mitch Metcalf of Showbuzz Daily as measured by Nielsen Media Research.
Wander Over Yonder wasn’t “The Waste of Time” on Monday night at Disney XD. The episode drew an estimated 411,000 viewers on Monday night. The Season Two average now stands at 444,611. The next two episodes—“The Hot Shot” and “The Night Out”–are scheduled to air on Monday, May 30th, presumably at 8:30pm ET/7:30pm CT on Disney XD.
Ratings information for this report comes courtesy of Mitch Metcalf of Showbuzz Daily as measured by Nielsen Media Research.
As for Littlest Pet Shop, “Go Figure!” drew an estimated 93,000 viewers last Saturday on Discover Family. It is the third time this season in which LPS drew south of 100K. The Season Four average now stands at 150,750 per episode with 10 episodes to go. Next up is “A Leah Rose by Another Name” on Saturday at noon ET/11am CT on Discover Family.