News Cartoon Network's New Anime Roar
posted on 2003-11-14 10:35 EST
Bandai and FUNimation have informed us that their newest titles on Cartoon Network, SD Gundam Force and Dragon Ball GT respectively, have been pulling in some amazing ratings. The debut of Dragon Ball GT pulled in a whopping 9.7 for males 9-14 and an impressive 8.6 for males 6-11. Meanwhile, in the latest Nielson ratings, SD Gundam Force pulled in a very respectable 6.3 with males 6-11, but more importantly also pulled in the same 6.3 rating in the household category.
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