The Simpsons’ newest animated series “Bart gets the gun” has had a solid first season on Cartoon Network, according to an analysis by app analytics firm App Annie.
“BART Gets the Guns” is the second episode of the animated series, the latest installment in the “Simpsons” animated universe.
The new season premiered Monday on CartoonNetwork and averaged 4.1 million total viewers per episode.
In total, the show has garnered more than 1.5 million weekly viewers.
“It’s a great start, and I think it’s on track to have another solid year on the charts,” said Kyle Miller, an analyst at App Annie, in a statement.
“The success of the show so far has been largely attributed to the new Simpsons characters, which are also great additions to the show.”
Miller said that while the series “looks good in the trailer, we don’t think there is enough of the new characters to truly make a case for it.”
While the first season has been watched by over 1 million people per episode, “Barts” only has 1.4 million total views.
In addition, “Simpson Family Values” is watched by fewer than 1 million viewers per week, according the App Annie data.
“Simpsons” premiered in July of 2017 and has garnered nearly 5 million viewers through the first six episodes.
“Songs of Love and Basketball” was the top-rated episode of “Bars.”
“The Simpsons” has also been able to break out in other categories.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” was voted as one of the top three shows of the week for the third week in a row in the new week.
“Scrubs” was also voted among the top 10 shows of 2017.
The show’s latest season premiered on Friday and averaged 2.6 million total viewer viewers per show.
In fact, “Scraps” is currently averaging 2.7 million viewers a day.
In the last week of the first full season of “The Adventures of Bart and Lisa,” which aired in the fall of 2018, the program averaged 1.9 million total viewership.
The Simpsons has also continued to grow its ratings.
“TBS’s The Simpsons: Bart’s Nightmare” was seen by more than 11 million viewers, “Family Guy” averaged 6.5 and “The Young and the Restless” scored 4.4.
“Family Feud” averaged 3.7 and “American Dad!” averaged 3 million.
According to App Annie’s analysis, “The Bart Gets the GUN” has been viewed by more people per day than any other episode of any show.
The series has received more than 2.2 million total weekly viewers, according a Nielsen report.
“While we can’t definitively say that ‘Barts’ has been a hit in the United States, we do know that it has more than doubled the number of total viewers in the U.S. than any of the other new animated shows in our data set,” Miller said.
“Overall, we think ‘BART’ is on track for a strong second season, but that may not be enough to offset the fact that it may have failed to find its footing in the marketplace as a whole.”