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Ratings Report: MLP and LPS

Both My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Littlest Pet Shop experienced increases in viewership since they last ran a new episode. For MLP, “No Second Prances” drew an estimated 258,000 viewers last Saturday on Discovery Family. That’s an increase of 31.6% from two weeks ago which was the lowest since we’ve recorded the show’s viewership. The early Season Six average is at 287,000 after six episodes.

Next up for MLP is “Newbie Dash” this coming Saturday at 11:30am ET/10:30 CT on Discovery Family.

For LPS, “On the Same Page” drew an estimated 130,000 viewers on Discovery Family, last Saturday. That’s up 30% from last week’s episode and is the second-straight increase for the show. The show’s Season Four average now stands at 141,900 after 20 episodes.

LPS’s 99th episode, “Paint a Picture, It Lasts Longer,” is this coming Saturday at noon ET/11am CT on Discovery Family.

Ratings information for this report comes courtesy of Mitch Metcalf of Showbuzz Daily as measured by Nielsen Media Research.


MLP Review: “No Second Prances”


Twilight is in OCD mode, proper silverware placement and all, as she is holding a “Friendship Dinner” with Princess Celestia, Starlight Glimmer, and a friend of Starlight’s to be named later. Starlight is having difficulty with that last part and the Mane Six attempt to help. However, using magic that could force the Cakes out of business or to make Big Mac talkative don’t work, neither does not hearing of the Wonderbolts after Rainbow Dash suggests Spitfire. Angel doesn’t count, either.

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MLP Season 6 Episodes 4, 5, and 6 Revealed, Retiring Staff

More season 6 news rolling in from the world of technicolor ponies.

Seems tv schedule site Zap2it has revealed three more episodes of Season 6, (Eps 4, 5 & 6).  Titles for all three, synopsis for only episodes 4 and 5.  Details are below behind the page break.  We hope these are correct, as it wouldn’t be the first time Zap2it has given us weird details, granted those situations usually involved a show’s name being displayed over a synopsis of a totally different show.  In this case, thankfully it looks fully legit.  Also in previous seasons, Zap2it had a tendency not to post any info beyond two weeks.  Either way, delicious spoiler like MLP material behind the break.

In other MLP News, its been recently revealed that M. A. Larson and Natasha Levinger are no longer working for the show.  We have Larson’s Tweet below, while it seems Ms. Levinger is taking a more private route, as the screencap below (via EqD) shows her Tweet on the subject, while her actual Twitter seems bare (or we looked in the wrong place).

That’s all for now.



Courtesy of EqD

Courtesy of EqD

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