Cartoon Network March 2020 Ratings Report

The second half of Steven Universe: Future dominated the March 2020 ratings, getting an average of 614,000 viewers. The sing-a-long version of Steven Universe: The Movie garnered 438,000 viewers, and Teen Titans Go! averaged 433,000 viewers.

Apple and Onion averaged 374,000 viewers, Ben 10 averaged 324,000, and Thundercats Roar! averaged 319,000.

DC Super Hero Girls, Power Players, Unikitty!, Bakugan: Battle Planet, and Transformers: Cyberverse all averaged below 300,000 viewers.

Unlocked episodes as of April 1, 2020

Here are the episodes of Steven Universe and Steven Universe: Future available to watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Full Disclosure
  • Open Book
  • Joy Ride
  • In Dreams
  • Bismuth Casual

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 289: The Steven Universe: Future Finale

GC13, Ken, Isabelle, Sophia, and David discuss the final four episodes of Steven Universe: Future: Homeworld BoundEverything’s FineI Am My Monster, and The Future.

You saw the episodes. What should we say here? How about a request? What ways do you think that Jasper will carry on her campaign of petty evil through Beach City?

This was the grand sendoff to the series, and it ended the only way it could. The way we always knew it would. It was tearfully beautiful.

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

Ratings for the Steven Universe: Future finale

And so it is done. The Steven Universe: Future finale has aired, and here are how many viewers each episode got:

  • Homeworld Bound at 7:00 PM: 688,000
  • Everything’s Fine at 7:15 PM: 713,000
  • I Am My Monster at 7:30 PM: 800,000
  • The Future at 7:45 PM: 741,000

The Cat: Infinity Train’s (Mostly) Honest Guide

Few characters in Infinity Train are as enigmatic as The Cat. A confidence artist by trade, she nevertheless comforts Tulip that her number is in fact not counting down to her death. Yes, The Cat does try to con Tulip out of One-One, but she had good reason. By season two of Infinity Train, she’s playing a purely helpful role for our new protagonists.

The Cat does what any denizen of the Infinity Train does: she helps passengers. Sure, she may grift along the way, but she’s there to help when it matters. If Infinity Train gets a third season it looks like Grace will be the new protagonist, so everyone is curious to see what The Cat has in story for her.

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 288: Mr. Universe and Fragments

GC13, Ken, Isabelle, Sophia, and David break down Mr. Universe and Fragments.

Oh boy those were sure two episodes, weren’t they? Do you remember back when Steven was happy? We do.

So did Steven have a bad childhood? Does he know how to pick his mentors or what? These episodes should have you ready for the finale, because regardless of what’s coming there’s a lot to take care of, and only four episodes to go.

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

Ratings for Mr. Universe and Fragments

Last Friday Mr. Universe got 500,000 viewers at 7:00 PM and Fragments got 525,000 viewers right after at 7:15.

Unlocked episodes as of March 23, 2020

Here are the episodes of Steven Universe and Steven Universe: Future that you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • The Kindergarten Kid
  • Know Your Fusion
  • Buddy’s Book
  • Bluebird
  • A Very Special Episode

Steven Universe air times for March 23-29, 2020 (6.5 hours)

All times are EDT.

1:30 PM: Steven Universe: The Movie: Sing-a-long
3:00 PM: Little Homeschool
3:15 PM: Guidance
3:30 PM: Rose Buds
3:45 PM: Volleyball
4:00 PM: Bluebird
4:15 PM: A Very Special Episode
4:30 PM: Snow Day
4:45 PM: Why So Blue?
5:00 PM: Little Graduation
5:15 PM: Prickly Pair
5:30 PM: In Dreams
5:45 PM: Bismuth Casual
6:00 PM: Together Forever
6:15 PM: Growing Pains
6:30 PM: Mr. Universe
6:45 PM: Fragments
7:00 PM: Homeworld Bound
7:15 PM: Everything’s Fine
7:30 PM: I Am My Monster
7:45 PM: The Future

OK K.O.! and the Art of the Crossover

OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes featured five crossovers over its three seasons, and each of them was done differently. A Hero’s Fate concluded the story of showrunner Ian Jones-Quartey’s old webcomic, The Power is Yours brought is Captain Planet, Crossover Nexus unified four current Cartoon Network shows, Monster Party wrote Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School into Enid’s backstory, and Let’s Meet Sonic… Well, we met Sonic.

It took three things for OK KO to make these crossovers well: a wild world where anyone can exist, no place on the power scale for guest characters, and a whole heaping nostalgia for the old shows being crossed over with. With those ingredients, OK KO made four excellent nostalgia trips and a great crossover for Cartoon Network’s current franchises.