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“Tropical-Rouge! PreCure” stays at No. 1 for sixth week
Posted: September 19, 2021 11:15 P.M. CT (0415 UTC)
Tropical-Rouge! PreCure notches its sixth straight week at No. 1 and the eighth No. 1 of its career grossing 516 million grosses. This six consecutive week reign matches the longest in the last five years: the six-week reign from Steven Universe from February 25 to April 1, 2017.
Hugtto! PreCure returns winning its third career No. 2 grossing 508.4 million. Anime Blood-C debuts at No. 3 grossing 481 million. Star Twinkle PreCure takes No. 4 grossing 359 million surpassing 9 billion career grosses. Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro returns at No. 5 grossing 325.3 million.
Star Trek: The Next Generation slides to No. 6 grossing 292 million. Beastars is No. 7 grossing 240.6 million surpassing 5 billion career grosses. Enchantimals takes No. 8 grossing 173 million. Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is No. 9 grossing 124 million. Ragnarok the Animation falls to No. 10 grossing 68 million grosses.
The total amount grossed this week 3,087.3 million grosses, a 0.9% decrease vs. last week. The average was 308.73 million grosses. The 9-week moving average for the weekly average fell below 300 million grosses. It came in at 297.02 million grosses, its lowest level since April 24, 2010. The weekly total’s 9-week moving average came to 2,970.18 million grosses, its lowest level since June 14, 2008.
Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Tropical-Rouge! PreCure remains the leader after 38 weeks holding a 541.5 million gross advantage over The David Pakman Show. Miss Nagatoro rises 10-8. Enchantimals rises 14-12. Tropical-Rouge! PreCure remains Quarter Gross Races chart leader.
“Tropical-Rouge! PreCure” remains champ for fifth week; takes AGR chart lead
Posted: September 17, 2021 12:30 A.M. CT (0530 UTC)
Tropical-Rouge! PreCure wins its fifth consecutive week at No. 1 and its seventh overall this week grossing a strong 593 million grosses, a new monthly record for September. Tropical’s consecutive week reign is the longest since the six-week reign from Steven Universe back in 2017. It is the longest from an anime since Etotama’s ten-week reign in 2015.
Tropical also surpasses 10 billion career grosses, the 95th show to join the 10 billion grosses club.
Star Trek: The Next Generation wins its 14th career No. 2 grossing 590.2 million grosses, a record for a No. 2 week beating the previous record of 585 million set by BNA: Brand New Animal upon its debut on July 11, 2020. Beastars takes No. 3 grossing 422.1 million. Star Twinkle PreCure heads to No. 4 grossing 356.8 million. Ragnarok the Animation rounds out the top-5 grossing 314 million surpassing 7 billion career grosses.
Enchantimals logs a No. 6 week grossing 269 million. Yes! PreCure 5/GoGo! Takes No. 7 grossing 207 million. One Piece returns at No. 8 grossing 141 million surpassing 8 billion career grosses. ALF returns at No. 9 grossing 138.3 million. Fena: Pirate Princess, last week’s No. 2 debut, tumbles to No. 10 grossing 85 million.
The total amount grossed this week was 3,116.4 million grosses, a 20.3% increase vs. last week. The average was 311.64 million grosses.
Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Tropical-Rouge! PreCure becomes the new leader after 37 weeks ousting The David Pakman Show, which failed to gross again. Pakman drops to No. 2. Yes! PreCure 5 rises 10-9. One Piece (14-13) and Enchantimals (15-14) both gain one slot. Tropical-Rouge also remains the Quarter Gross Races chart leader. On the QGR chart, Tropical holds an over 1 billion gross advantage over No. 2 Star Twinkle PreCure. It is the first time the QGR chart leader held such a large lead over the No. 2 since Monster High on March 28, 2020.
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