As Transformers Cyberverse has started in its next chapter last weekend, I think it would be great if we have a thread to discuss its ratings. The first arc of Cyberverse had far worse ratings than previous Transformers series which aired on major channels like Cartoon Network. Of course those which aired on Discovery Family had far worse ratings but also because far fewer people actually receive that. The ratings for last weekend's episode should be up tomorrow. Stay tuned.
Apparently Nielsen listed Transformers as a rerun last week, which is why the ratings are unknown. However the ratings for last weekend's episode are known yet. There were 279000 viewers, which is considered rather bad ratings, even compared to the first chapter of Cyberverse. Transformers is still doing better than Bakugan, which just had 167000 viewers, but worse than Dragon Ball (687000), Dr. Stone (409000), Fire Force (349000), Food Wars (318000) and Boruto (280000): http://www.showbuzzdaily.com/articles/showbuzzdailys-top-150-saturday-cable-originals-network-finals-9-14-2019.html
Considering that several episodes of Cyberverse had around 300000 viewers such ratings are rather bad. There were times when Beyblade Burst almost had 200000 viewers, despite it airing on Disney XD, which is a much smaller network.
From what I remember Robots in Disguise still often had more than 500000 viewers and the first season of Cyberverse still had around 300000 to 400000. From the series which air on Cartoon Network almost only Bakugan has worse ratings. And most likely Mega Man: Fully Charged already has been cancelled due to bad ratings. There is a thread for Cartoon Network's ratings on AnimeSuperHero: https://animesuperhero.com/forums/threads/cn-ratings-part-17.5731082/page-9
Cyberverse is a cool show but...
there one thing I hate about is when they killed off Blurr, does the creator of Cyberverse has an hatred for him for something, he's an important character too, I hope the next Transformers series they make new Blurr but not kill him off.