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“Tara Duncan” surges back to No. 1
Updated: July 22, 2017 5:06 P.M. CT (2206 GMT)

Tara Duncan cements No. 1 debut odds in August with No. 1 week

First 12-show week of 2017

Steven Universe continues to expand AGR chart lead further into record levels

After dropping to No. 7 last week, Tara Duncan nets its second career No. 1 this week grossing 512 million grosses pushing the show to nearly 2 billion career grosses. This week’s No. 1 will effectively end Steven Universe’s five-month reign at No. 1 and send Tara to an historic first-ever No. 1 debut in August.

Magi-Nation nets its 4th career No. 2, its first since September 10, 2011, grossing 500.6 million grosses surpassing 5 billion career grosses. LEGO: Elves, last week’s record-setting No. 1 debut, slides to No. 3 grossing 493.5 million grosses surpassing 1 billion career grosses. Steven Universe is No. 4 grossing 468 million grosses. Steven grossed 1.815 billion grosses this month, not quite enough to remain at No. 1 for a sixth straight month in August. The Young and the Restless rounds out the top-5 grossing 455.4 million grosses.

Criminal Minds returns at No. 6 grossing 441 million grosses. This was the first appearance for Criminal Minds since July 12, 2014. Liberty’s Kids returns at No. 7 grossing 423 million grosses surpassing 5 billion career grosses. Snapped returns at No. 8 grossing 384 million surpassing 16 billion career grosses. Lucha Underground returns at No. 9 grossing 325 million. InuYasha returns at No. 10 grossing 276 million grosses. This is InuYasha’s first appearance since November 23, 2013.

Voltron: Legendary Defender takes the first slot of Close Calls grossing 269 million grosses surpassing 5 billion career grosses. Teekyuu, last week’s No. 2 debut, takes the second slot moving 248 million grosses.

This is the first 12-show week since December 31, 2016.

The total amount grossed this week was 4,796 million grosses, a 3.9% increase over last week. It is the 5th highest total of all-time and the highest since May 31, 2014. The average tumbled to 399.67 million.

Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Steven Universe remains the leader after 29 weeks holding a 5.87 billion gross advantage over Elena of Avalor, a new record. The Young and the Restless rises 5-3. Tara Duncan enters at No. 16. Tara Duncan remains the Quarter Gross Races chart leader.

 

“LEGO: Elves” breaks monthly, overall No. 1 debut record in opening week
Posted: July 15, 2017 8:59 P.M. CT (0159 GMT 7/16)

Elves becomes 7th No. 1 debut of 2017, breaks Miniforce’s No. 1 debut record; monthly record also falls

Teekyuu also debuts at No. 2

Steven Universe continues to build AGR chart lead; Tara Duncan remains QGR chart leader

LEGO: Elves, another LEGO animated series appear due to webisodes on YouTube, debuts at No. 1 grossing 524 million grosses, a record for a No. 1 debut. That bests the previous record of 522.3 million grosses set by Miniforce on June 24.

Anime Teekyuu debuts at No. 2 grossing 513.5 million grosses. My Knight and Me leaps to No. 3 grossing a strong 496 million grosses bringing its two-week total to 802 million grosses. Is the Order A Rabbit? Climbs to No. 4 grossing 470.2 million grosses. Steven Universe slides to No. 5 grossing 455 million grosses surpassing 12 billion career grosses.

Magi-Nation returns at No. 6 grossing 438 million. Tara Duncan, last week’s No. 1 show, tumbles to No. 7 grossing 401 million. Voltron: Legendary Defender is No. 8 grossing 382 million. Elena of Avalor is No. 9 grossing 327 million. Star Wars Rebels returns at No. 10 grossing 319 million grosses.

Miniforce takes the first slot of Close Calls grossing 290.4 million.

The total amount grossed this week was 4,616.1 million grosses, an 18.5% increase over last week, among the biggest in quite some time. The total is the highest since April 22. The average was 419.65 million grosses. The average would have hit a record if it were a 10-show week.

Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Steven Universe leads after 28 weeks holding a 5.41 billion gross advantage over Elena of Avalor. Voltron: Legendary Defender rises 9-7. Miniforce enters at No. 17. Tara Duncan remains the Quarter Gross Races chart leader.

 

 


 

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