The Hub Reports Ratings Increase

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The Hub has sent out a press release reporting its 11th month of year-over-year audience growth, citing strong performances by its original programming as a big reason for the growth. Transformers Prime is not mentioned in the release, but the overall picture painted by the press release is that The Hub is doing well and a large contributory factor in that rosy picture is that The Hub’s original programming, which includes Transformers Prime, is by and large succeeding.

Check out the full press release on Nick and More by clicking here.

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  1. doomboy536's Avatar doomboy536 says

    Bloody ponies *shakes fist*

    The Littlest Pet Shop seems to be doing well, which is good news.

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    The series premiere of “Littlest Pet Shop” (Saturday, November 10, 11 a.m.) set The Hub’s delivery record for an original series premiere with Kids 2-11 (351,000), Kids 6-11 (160,000), Adults 18-49 (159,000), Persons 2+ (577,000) and Households (326,000).

  2. FanimusMaximus's Avatar FanimusMaximus says

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    Originally Posted by doomboy536 View Post
    Bloody ponies *shakes fist*

    The Littlest Pet Shop seems to be doing well, which is good news.
    Indeed, nice to see that The Hub is standing on it's own.

  3. grymg's Avatar grymg says

    Sadly dropped Hub from my Dish. Was paying $59.99, now I'm at $44.99. Too much just for that channel. I did enjoy the G1 eps, Sliders, and GIJoe eps though.

  4. moreprimeland's Avatar moreprimeland says

    Glad they're still growing...the programming choices have improved since they started, so that's gotta help.

    Couldn't help but notice that Dan vs., Aquabats and Family Game Nights have some of the lowest viewing numbers. Hmmmmmmmm. Duh.


    grymg....dang, that for just one channel? Usually the extra charges include several channels in a tier, like $10-15 for a family tier addtion...which can be 10 or more channels...at least my cable company works that way.

  5. mx-01 archon has no avatar! mx-01 archon says

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    grymg....dang, that for just one channel? Usually the extra charges include several channels in a tier, like $10-15 for a family tier addtion...which can be 10 or more channels...at least my cable company works that way.
    He probably means that The Hub was the only thing he was interested in for that package, which made it not worth it.

  6. grymg's Avatar grymg says

    Well I did watch Speed every now and then. But overall the extra $15 wasn't worth it. I'll just get the blurays later or something.

  7. moreprimeland's Avatar moreprimeland says

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    He probably means that The Hub was the only thing he was interested in for that package, which made it not worth it.
    Makes sense, I've been lucky that I like most of the channels in my tiers. The one for the HUB in my case also had several other toon channels, History, Military, Hallmark, etc.

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    Well I did watch Speed every now and then. But overall the extra $15 wasn't worth it. I'll just get the blurays later or something.
    Gotcha...I did the same thing with Showtime...they just never seem to have any new movies I like..so I save myself $15 or so a month there. If I want a series that happens to be on Showtime, I'll be $$ ahead and buy the BR.

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