“Steven Universe” likely a lock for No. 1 in April
Posted: March 13, 2017 2:46 A.M. CT (0746 GMT)
By Torrey Pitchford
“Steven Universe” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation” ties at No. 1
Posted: March 25, 2017 12:00 P.M. CT (1700 GMT)
By Torrey Pitchford
Steven Universe shown staying at No. 1 on Prediction List
Two debuts and one re-entry
Steven Universe will likely remain at No. 1 on next month’s chart according to the Prediction List. Steven has grossed 3.54 billion grosses to date.
Steven is fresh off the completion of a hat trick, the biggest grossing hat trick in chart history.
The April, 2017 Top 25 Shows Prediction List will be posted on March 13 (Today) while the official chart will be posted on March 28 (final Tuesday of the month).
Interviews with Monster Girls will likely remain at No. 2 in its 2nd month. Interviews has grossed 3.12 billion grosses to date.
Cyborg 009: Call of Justice jumps 9-3 in its 2nd month. Justice has grossed 1.53 billion grosses to date.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic vaults 10-4 in its 69th month. Pony has grossed 80.06 billion grosses to date.
The Young and the Restless rounds out the top-5 climbing three positions in its 106th month. Y&R has grossed 114.61 billion to date.
The Bold and the Beautiful dips 5-6 in its 58th month. B&B has grossed 69.15 billion to date.
Star Wars Rebels falls 6-7 in its 19th month. Rebels has grossed 13.13 billion to date.
Sabrina’s Secret Life dips 7-8 in its 2nd month. Sabrina has grossed 1.52 billion to date.
LEGO: Friends tumbles 4-9 in its 3rd month. Friends has grossed 3.21 billion to date.
Mia and Me slumps 3-10 in its 3rd month. Mia has grossed 3.61 billion to date.
Elena of Avalor rises 14-11 in its 5th month. Elena has grossed 4.09 billion to date.
She-Ra: Princess of Power climbs 13-12 in its 2nd month.
Rurouni Kenshin re-enters at No. 17 in its 11th month. Kenshin has grossed 3.35 billion to date.
KiraKira PreCure! A La Mode debuts at No. 18.
T-10 chart nets first tie in exactly a year between “Steven Universe” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”
Another classic debuts
Steven Universe is biggest grossing show of the 1st quarter
Steven Universe and Star Trek: The Next Generation ties at No. 1 this week. Both shows grossed 520.2 million grosses. It is the highest grossing tie in chart history.
This is Steven’s sixth career No. 1 and their fifth straight week at No. 1.
The five consecutive week reign is the longest since Etotama and the longest from a non-anime since Jakers!: The Adventures of Piggley Winks in early 2004.
It is the 3rd career No. 1 for Star Trek: The Next Generation and the first since Nov. 29, 2014.
Bump in the Night, an animated show from the early 1990’s that aired on ABC, debuts at No. 3 grossing 488 million grosses.
KiraKira PreCure! A La Mode dips to No. 4 grossing 471 million grosses bringing its two-week total to 974.6 million grosses.
Star Wars Rebels rounds out the top-5 grossing 435.7 million.
Elena of Avalor slips to No. 6 grossing 417 million falling just short of 5 billion career grosses.
The Young and the Restless is No. 7 grossing 404 million grosses. Y&R surpasses 115 billion career grosses.
LEGO: Friends returns at No. 8 grossing 362 million.
Interviews with Monster Girls tumbles to No. 9 grossing 343.4 million grosses.
Cyborg 009: Call of Justice returns at No. 10 grossing 296 million.
The total amount grossed this week was 4,538.5 million grosses, a 6.9% increase over last week. The average was 412.59 million grosses.
Over on the Annual and Quarter Gross Races chart, Steven Universe leads after 12 weeks holding a 705.6 million gross advantage over new No. 2 Interviews with Monster Girls. Steven is the biggest grossing show of the 1st quarter.