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Disney XD's Newest Series, CRASH & BERNSTEIN Hits Series High

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Featuring all-new episodes of hit series Monday night, Disney XD's newest original series, "Crash & Bernstein," hit across-the-board series highs, "Kickin It" spiked to season or near-Season 2 highs, while "Lab Rats" delivered its best ratings in six to seven months in key measures.

At 8 o'clock, "Lab Rats" recorded its best ratings in more than 7 months in Total Viewers (851,000) and Boys 6-11 (272,000), and hit 6-months highs in Boys 6-14 (338,000), Boys 9-14 (254,000) and Boys 2-11 (307,000) – since 3/19/12 and 5/12/12, respectively.

Week to week, "Lab Rats" registered robust double-digit increases across all demos, including by 45% in Total Viewers (851,000 vs. 585,000), by 41% in Kids 6-14 (549,000 vs. 388,000) and by 63% in Boys 6-14 (338,000 vs. 208,000).

At 8:30 p.m., "Crash & Bernstein" grew its audience for the 3rd consecutive week, soaring to series highs in Total Viewers (764,000), Kids 6-14 (470,000), Boys 6-14 (289,000), Kids 6-11 (399,000), Boys 6-11 (240,000), Kids 2-11 (457,000) and Boys 2-11 (274,000).

Versus last week, "Crash & Bernstein" climbed by impressive double-digit margins, across the board, including by 35% in Total Viewers (764,000 vs. 568,000), by 31% in Kids 6-14 (470,000 vs. 360,000) and by 49% in Boys 6-14 (289,000 vs. 194,000).

Compared to the series' launch on 10/8/12, "Crash & Bernstein" surged by double digits in key demos, including by 21% in Total Viewers (764,000 vs. 568,000) and by 12% in Boys 6-14 (289,000 vs. 258,000).

At 9 o'clock, "Kickin' It" set Season 2 highs in Boys 6-11 (236,000) and Boys 2-11 (275,000), and delivered its #2 telecast of the season in Boys 6-14 (294,000), Kids 6-11 (378,000), Tweens 9-14 (427,000) and Boys 9-14 (256,000).

Up against the prior week, "Kickin' It" was up by solid double-digit percentages across all demos, including by 53% in Total Viewers (756,000 vs. 495,000), by 52% in Kids 6-14 (507,000 vs. 334,000) and by 53% in Boys 6-14 (294,000 vs. 192,000).

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