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“BNA: Brand New Animal” leads very slow week; lowest grossing No. 1 week in 7 years
Posted: September 28, 2020 12:50 A.M. CT (0550 GMT)
BNA: Brand New Animal notches its fourth career No. 1 this week but ultimately grossed less than 400 million grosses, the first No. 1 show to do so in seven years. BNA grossed just 387 million grosses, the lowest amount since the June 8, 2013 chart when Fractale claimed a second week at the summit with just 340 million grosses. BNA surpassed 5 billion career grosses.
Nos. 2 and 3 were also the lowest grosses for those positions since June 8, 2013.
Hugtto PreCure! Wins its second career No. 2 this week grossing 375.2 million grosses surpassing 3 billion career grosses. Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun, last week’s No. 1 show, slumps to No. 3 grossing 336 million. KiraKira PreCure! A La Mode returns at No. 4 grossing 309.4 million, the lowest grossing No. 4 week since March 6, 2010 (The Rachel Maddow Show; 293.2 million). Heidi remains at No. 5 grossing 240 million, the lowest since April 5, 2008 (Shrine of the Morning Mist; 182 million).
The Bold and the Beautiful takes No. 6 grossing 213.7 million, also the lowest since April 5, 2008 (Black Cat; 176.8 million). Monster Girl Doctor takes No. 7 grossing 158 million grosses. It is the lowest amount for a No. 7 week since February 8, 2003 (Redwall; 148 million). Cardcaptor Sakura takes No. 8 with 122 million, the lowest since June 1, 2002 (Days of Our Lives; 117.5 million). In the Heat of the Night take No. 9 grossing 94 million grosses, the lowest since February 9, 2002 (Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat; 92.5 million). The Helpful Fox Senko-san returns at No. 10 grossing 61 million, the lowest amount since October 13, 2001 (The Ripping Friends; 53 million).
This week’s grossing numbers proved that the 2019-20 grossing crunch, which has been ongoing largely since July, 2019, still rages on.
The total amount grossed this week was 2,296.3 million grosses, a stunning 32.5% plunge vs. last week and the lowest total since April 5, 2008 (1,807.1 million). The average was 229.63 million, also the lowest since April 5, 2008. The rolling average for the weekly average busted below its previous 2020 low coming to 327.63 million grosses, the lowest since April 30, 2011 (326.24 million). The rolling average for the total came in at 3,389.93 million, the lowest since January 17, 2009 (3,386.32 million).
Over on the Annual Gross Races, Enchantimals leads after 39 weeks. Its lead slips again to 3.04 billion ahead of No. 2 In the Heat of the Night. BNA gains 7-6. Hugtto PreCure! Gains 19-16. Monster Girl Doctor enters at No. 20. BNA ends the 3rd quarter as the biggest grossing show of the quarter with 5.028 billion grosses.
“Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun” rises to No. 1
Posted: September 20, 2020 1:16 P.M. CT (1816 GMT)
Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun, last week’s No. 2 debut, climbs to No. 1 this week grossing a strong 591.2 million grosses. This is the biggest grossing No. 1 week since The Helpful Fox Senko-san’s record haul of 600.4 million on July 11.
Monster Girl Doctor notches its first career No. 2 grossing 573.7 million grosses surpassing 2 billion career grosses. In the Heat of the Night takes No. 3 grossing 454 million grosses. BNA: Brand New Animal rises to No. 4 grossing 429 million. Heidi rounds out the top-5 grossing 360.3 million surpassing 1 billion career grosses.
Adventure Time returns at No. 6 grossing 336 million grosses. How It’s Made takes No. 7 grossing 248 million. Coppelion, last week’s No. 1 show, tumbles to No. 8 grossing 207.5 million. The Bold and the Beautiful returns No. 9 grossing 115 million. Elena of Avalor returns at No. 10 grossing 88.1 million.
The total amount grossed this week was 3,402.7 million grosses, a 3.2% increase vs. last week. The average came to 340.27 million grosses. The nine-week moving average of the weekly average slides to 339.86 million grosses, its lowest level since June 27.
Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Enchantimals remains the leader after 38 weeks. Its lead dips again to 3.13 billion gross advantage over In the Heat of the Night. BNA rises 8-7. How It’s Made rises 18-16. BNA remains the Quarter Gross Races chart leader.
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