More than 6 million viewers watched the final episode of Nickelodeon’s hit series iCarly last Friday, according to Nielsen.
The Nov. 23 iGoodBye final episode of the five season-old iCarly franchise drew 6.4 million total viewers, and drew monthly viewership highs among kids 2 to 11 (2.8 million viewers) and tweens (2.6 million), according to the network.
Additionally, Nickelodeon’s new, live-action comedy series Marvin Marvin drew 2.6 million total viewers, winning its time period with all kid and tween demos. The premiere of the series, starring Lucas Cruikshank, averaged 1.4 million kids viewers and 1.2 million viewers among 6 to 11 year olds tweens, said the network.
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