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“Digimon” heads Week 1100 T-10 chart, leads first century chart
Posted: August 8, 2020 3:48 P.M. CT (2048 GMT)

Digimon wins its 29th career No. 1 this week grossing 522.7 million grosses surpassing 34 billion career grosses. Digimon leads the chart for the first time since June 30, 2018, which resulted in the anime breaking the then-No. 1 week grossing record with 563.4 million grosses. It held the record until October 6 when The Dragon Prince broke both the overall and No. 1 debut grossing records.

With this No. 1, Digimon also becomes the first show in T-10 chart history whose No. 1 history spans more than twenty years. Digimon debuted at No. 1 way back on the August 21, 1999 T-10 chart, so its No. 1 history spans just two weeks shy of 21 years. It also was the first to have a No. 1 history that spanned ten years when it led the December 19, 2009 T-10 chart.

BNA: Brand New Animal wins its third career No. 2 this week and its second straight grossing 508 million grosses. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic climbs to No. 3 grossing 481 million grosses surpassing 109 billion career grosses. Morning Joe returns at No. 4 grossing 435.2 million. Hugtto! PreCure, last week’s No. 1 show, slips to No. 5 grossing 379 million surpassing 1 billion career grosses.

The Bold and the Beautiful takes No. 6 grossing 344 million surpassing 104 billion career grosses. How It’s Made takes No. 7 grossing 317.4 million surpassing 56 billion career grosses. The Helpful Fox Senko-san dips to No. 8 grossing 293 million. Enchantimals slides to No. 9 grossing 150.6 million. Butterbean’s Café returns at No. 10 with 86 million grosses.

The total amount grossed this week was 3,516.9 million grosses, a 6.7% increase vs. last week. The average was 351.69 million.

Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Enchantimals leads after 32 weeks holding a 3.38 billion career gross advantage over Monster High. The Helpful Fox Senko-san rises 13-11. BNA rises 16-15. My Little Pony re-enters at No. 16. Senko-san holds the Quarter Gross Races chart lead.

 

“Hugtto! PreCure” heads T-10 chart; Week 1100 next week
Posted: August 2, 2020 12:12 A.M. CT (0612 GMT)

Hugtto! PreCure, the 2018 Pretty Cure season that had a brief run early 2019 but made a return last week, surges to No. 1 this week grossing 491 million grosses. Its overall total hits 995.8 million. This is the Pretty Cure franchise’s first No. 1 since Maho Girls PreCure! Led on the December 3, 2016 chart.

BNA: Brand New Animal, the No. 1 show for the last two weeks, slides to No. 2 grossing 465.2 million surpassing 2 billion career grosses. Enchantimals is the latest show to surpass 10 billion career grosses in a No. 3 campaign grossing 443.9 million. It is the 90th show to surpass the threshold and surpassed it in just 22 weeks, the third quickest in chart history. The Helpful Fox Senko-san is No. 4 grossing 430 million surpassing 3 billion career grosses. KiraKira PreCure! A La Mode returns at No. 5 grossing 388 million.

The Fixies returns at No. 6 grossing 329.3 million. Cardcaptor Sakura wins No. 7 grossing 277 million surpassing 12 billion career grosses. Morning Joe takes No. 8 grossing 206 million. All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite is No. 9 grossing 152 million. The Bold and the Beautiful slides to No. 10 grossing 114.6 million.

The total amount grossed this week was 3,297.1 million grosses, a 2.9% decrease vs. last week. The average was 329.71 million grosses.

Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Enchantimals leads after 31 weeks holding a 3.23 billion gross advantage over Monster High. The Fixies rises 10-9. BNA: Brand New Animal enters at No. 16. The Helpful Fox Senko-san remains the Quarter Gross Races chart leader.

Next week is Week 1100. Look for a new Top 10 of the Last 100 Weeks list on top of next week‘s regular chart.

 


 

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