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“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” stays at No. 1

Posted: September 28, 2016 5:06 A.M. CT (1006 GMT)

By Torrey Pitchford


“Negima” returns to lead T-10 chart

Posted: September 24, 2016 12:30 P.M. CT (1730 GMT)

By Torrey Pitchford

  • The Young and the Restless beats in grosses, but Pony wins 11th career month at No. 1, second straight
  • This puts it one month shy of tying Redwall’s all-time career No. 1’s record
  • One debut and one re-entry this month
  • New seasons for Law & Order: SVU and Star Wars Rebels push both shows higher


  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic remains at No. 1 in its 63rd month. Pony grossed 1.6 billion grosses in September, and 72.19 billion overall.
  • As previously mentioned, Pony is now an 11-time No. 1 show, putting it one month shy of tying Redwall’s career No. 1’s record
  • It is also Pony’s first consecutive month reign since the spring of 2014
  • The October, 2016 Top 25 Shows chart will be posted on September 28 (Today).


The October, 2016 Top 25 Shows chart goes into effect at 12:01 A.M. October 1 (Saturday).


  • The Young and the Restless rises 4-2 in its 100th month. Y&R actually beat Pony in grosses, grossing 1.64 billion in September and 110.87 billion overall.
  • Kuma Miko: Girl Meets Bear surges 9-3 in its 2nd month. Kuma grossed 1.54 billion in September and 2.41 billion overall.
  • The month’s lone debut, Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa will enter the chart at an impressive No. 4. Moo has grossed 1.366 billion grosses to date.
  • How It’s Made rounds out the top-5 climbing three rungs in its 33rd month. Made grossed 1.323 billion in September and 39.57 billion overall.


  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012) re-enters at No. 6 in its 26th month. Turtles has grossed 1.14 billion for the month of September and 14.31 billion overall.
  • The Bold and the Beautiful slides 2-7 in its 51st month. B&B has grossed 1.11 billion in September and 64.5 billion overall.
  • Flying Witch slides to No. 8 after spending two months at No. 3. This is Witch’s 3rd month. Witch grossed 815 million in September and 4.08 billion overall.
  • Lucha Underground rises 13-9 in its 10th month. Lucha grossed 897 million in September and 10.95 billion overall.
  • Maho Girls PreCure! Rounds out the top-10 tumbling five positions in its 7th month. Maho has grossed 8.79 billion overall.



  • Elsewhere on the chart, new seasons of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (20-13; 65th month) and Star Wars Rebels (22-15; 13th month) push both shows higher this month.
  • Dawn of the Croods plunges 7-16 in its 2nd month.
  • Former three-time No. 1 show Anne Happy tumbles 11-18 in its 5th month.
  • The New Adventures of Peter Pan plummets 12-25 in its 4th month.

Negima notches 12th career No. 1, first in nearly 10 years - Gakkou Gurashi! Also returns - Y&R biggest grossing show of the 3rd quarter

Negima, among the biggest shows during the anime boom years, returns winning its 12th career No. 1 this week grossing 464 million grosses. This is Negima’s first appearance since the September 5, 2009 chart and its first No. 1 since the December 9, 2006 chart where it tied with .hack//Roots.


Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa climbs to win its first career No. 2 grossing 458.7 million grosses surpassing 1 billion career grosses. Gakkou Gurashi! Returns at No. 3 grossing 436 million grosses. How It’s Made is No. 4 grossing 419 million. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit returns to round out the top-5 grossing 405.2 million. It surpasses 39 billion career grosses.


The Young and the Restless is No. 6 grossing 392 million grosses. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, last week’s No. 1 show, tumbles to No. 7 grossing 377 million surpassing 72 billion career grosses. Flying Witch is No. 8 grossing 341.4 million surpassing 4 billion career grosses. Kuma Miko: Girl Meets Bear is No. 9 moving 320 million grosses. The Lion Guard returns at No. 10 grossing 283 million grosses surpassing 6 billion career grosses.


The total amount grossed this week was 3,896.3 million grosses, a 12.7% decrease over last week. The average was 389.63 million grosses.


Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, The Young and the Restless leads after 39 weeks holding a 544.6 million gross advantage over The Bold and the Beautiful, which received a DNG for failing to make the T-10 chart. How It’s Made jumps 6-5. The Lion Guard gains 8-7. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit rises 14-12. Kuma Miko enters the chart at No. 20. The Young and the Restless is the biggest grossing show of the 3rd quarter grossing 4.887 billion grosses. The 4th quarter starts next week.





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