via press release:

“Doc McStuffins” is the #1 Cable TV Series in Kids 2-5 and Girls 2-5 for the

4th Consecutive Week; “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” is #1 in Boys 2-5


“Doc McStuffins,” “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” and “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” Are the Week’s Top 3 Cable TV Series in Kids 2-5,

and the Top 3 Preschool Cable TV Series with Moms


Disney Junior


For the week of July 2, 2012, “Doc McStuffins” ranked as the #1 cable TV series for the 4th consecutive week in Kids 2-5 and Girls 2-5, while “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” was the #1 cable TV series in Boys 2-5.


With “Doc McStuffins,” “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” and “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” the Disney Junior block held the week’s Top 3 cable TV series in Kids 2-5, Boys 2-5 and Girls 2-5 and the Top 3 preschool cable TV series in Women 18-49 (varying order):













About Disney Junior:

Disney Junior reflects the emotional connection generations of consumers have to Disney storytelling and Disney characters, both classic and contemporary. It invites mom and dad to join their child in the Disney experience of magical, musical and heartfelt stories and characters, while incorporating specific learning and development themes designed for kids age 2-7. Disney Junior’s series blend Disney’s unparalleled storytelling and characters kids love deeply with learning, including early math, language skills, healthy eating and lifestyles, and social skills. Disney Junior launched in February 2011 with a daily programming block on Disney Channel. In its first year, Disney Junior posted the network’s biggest yearly audience in the daypart in Total Viewers, Kids 2-5, Boys 2-5 and Women 18-49, increasing by double-digit margins among preschooler demographics over year-ago levels.  On March 23, 2012 Disney Junior added a cable and satellite channel in the U.S. bringing the total number of channels to 30 worldwide.



Source: NMR, U.S. ratings, 7/2/12 – 7/8/12, and as dated. Moms=Women 18-49.

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