Jimmy Neutron is Nick's highest-rated premiere

New York: Nickelodeon's Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius raked in record ratings for its 6 September debut in the US, ranking as Nick's highest rated premiere in the network's 23 year history.

Drawing a third of all kids watching cable TV last Friday night and placing first with kids among broadcast and basic-cable television, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius established itself among the gallery of Nick hits that includes SpongeBob SquarePants and the networks previous premiere record-holder, ChalkZone.

Jimmy Neutron scored a 9.3/33 rating and share (2.9 million kid viewers) among its target kids 2-11 audience, an increase of 37% in rating over prior-year levels and a rise of 8% over the ChalkZone record (8.6/27 kids 2-11 rating and share; 2.8 million kid viewers) set in March. Among total viewers, Jimmy Neutron also ranks as the networks most-watched premiere ever, delivering 4.3 million persons in the age group of over two year olds, 48 per cent more than the prior-year levels. The programme eclipsed the previous record of four million total viewers, also set by ChalkZone last March, by six per cent.

The big screen version of Jimmy Neutron was Oscar nominated . The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius, is produced at DNA Productions in Dallas, Texas.

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