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Third month at No. 1 for “Steven Universe” appears likely
Posted: April 10, 2017 2:30 A.M. CT (0630 GMT)
By Torrey Pitchford
“The Young and the Restless” notches another week at No. 1
Posted: April 15, 2017 11:52 P.M. CT (1652 GMT)
By Torrey Pitchford
Pony gallops to No. 1 following season premiere
34th career No. 1, first of 2017
Five No. 1’s away from tying all-time career No. 1’s record, six from breaking it
Eight shows gross more than 400 million grosses for the first time
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic nets 34th career No. 1 and its first of 2017 this week. It puts in a near record performance grossing 521 million grosses. That allows the show to reclaim the April grossing record. The show surpasses 81 billion career grosses.
Pony is now five No. 1’s away from tying -- and six from breaking -- the all-time career No. 1’s record currently held by Timothy Goes to School (39).
Star Trek spinoff Deep Space Nine debuts at No. 2 grossing a strong 516.6 million grosses, a record for a live-action show debut and for a No. 2 week.
Steven Universe rises to No. 3 grossing 497.3 million, a near record.
LEGO: Friends is No. 4 grossing a record 480 million grosses.
Bump in the Night rounds out the top-5 moving a record 463.5 million grosses. That shatters the previous record of 449 million set by The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 in its debut on March 18.
Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) returns at No. 6 grossing a record 444 million grosses, breaking the previous record of 439 million by How It’s Made on January 21.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit takes No. 7 grossing 422.7 million grosses.
Elena of Avalor becomes the first show to gross more than 400 million grosses in a No. 8 week taking in a record 404 million grosses.
The Young and the Restless, the No. 1 show for the last two weeks, plunges to No. 9 grossing 338 million grosses surpassing 117 million grosses.
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir is No. 10 grossing 309 million.
Interviews with Monster Girls takes the first slot of Close Calls grossing 282 million.
The total amount grossed this week was 4,678.1 million grosses, a 10.7% increase over last week. It is also the 14th biggest grossing week in chart history.
The average was 425.28 million grosses, the 3rd highest ever.
Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Steven Universe leads after 16 weeks holding a 1.07 billion gross advantage over No. 2 Interviews with Monster Girls.
Only a few moves this week: Law & Order: SVU gains 13-12. Bump in the Night gains 18-15. Miraculous gains 17-16.
Steven Universe regains the lead on the Quarter Gross Races chart ousting The Young and the Restless.
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