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“Hellsing” wins 4th career No. 1
Posted: September 16, 2017 1:25 P.M. CT (1825 GMT)
Hellsing leads for the 4th time in 5 weeks
Odds of anime drought at No. 1 in Top 25 Shows ending rises
Steven Universe’s AGR lead over runner-up surges past 7 billion
Hellsing notches its fourth No. 1 in five weeks this week grossing 521 million grosses surpassing 2 billion career grosses. This No. 1 gives Hellsing a decent chance at leading the chart next month, thus ending the more than year long drought at No. 1 for the anime genre.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic notches its 32nd career No. 2 (and its first since May 20) grossing 493 million grosses. The Bold and the Beautiful leaps to No. 3 grossing 470.4 million surpassing 73 billion career grosses. LEGO: Elves, last week’s No. 1 show, slides to No. 4 grossing 456 million grosses. Elves surpasses 3 billion career grosses. Fullmetal Alchemist rounds out the top-5 grossing 438.9 million grosses surpassing 13 billion career grosses.
Tara Duncan returns at No. 6 grossing 417.6 million. Tara surpasses 4 billion career grosses. Black Lagoon is No. 7 moving 402 million grosses surpassing 2 billion career grosses. Steven Universe is No. 8 grossing 385.3 million surpassing 16 billion career grosses. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath is No. 9 grossing 334 million. Elena of Avalor takes No. 10 grossing 279 million surpassing 12 billion grosses.
The total amount grossed this week was 4,197.2 million grosses, a 9% decrease over last week. The average was 419.72 million grosses.
Over on the Annual Gross Races chart, Steven Universe leads after 37 weeks holding a record 7.07 billion gross advantage over Elena of Avalor. The Bold and the Beautiful rises 6-5. Tara Duncan gains 12-11. LEGO: Elves gains 15-13. Hellsing enters at No. 17. Steven Universe continues to lead the Quarter Gross Races chart.
“LEGO: Elves” heads to No. 1 in October
Posted: September 13, 2017 5:55 P.M. CT (2255 GMT)
Elves likely headed to No. 1 in October; Hellsing looks to end anime drought at No. 1
LEGO: Elves is expected to take lead on the October chart gaining 10-1 in its 3rd month. Elves has grossed 2.77 billion grosses to date. Since its shot at No. 1 is mainly thanks to the Netflix original series. The October, 2017 Top 25 Shows chart will be posted on September 13 (Today) while the official chart will be posted on September 28 (final Thursday of the month).
Hellsing gains 6-2 in its 2nd month. Hellsing has grossed 1.97 billion to date. Hellsing will attempt to end the drought of anime at No. 1. No anime has led the Top 25 Shows chart since August, 2016. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic gains 5-3 in its 75th month. Pony has grossed 86.18 billion grosses to date. Steven Universe, the current No. 1 show, slides to No. 4 in its 8th month. Steven has grossed 15.92 billion. Black Lagoon rounds out the top-5 surging six positions in its 2nd month. Lagoon has grossed 1.62 billion to date.
Little Witch Academia slides 2-6 in its 2nd month. Witch has grossed 2.48 billion to date. Elena of Avalor slides 3-7 in its 11th month. Elena has grossed 11.88 billion to date. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath surges 21-8 in its 7th month. Scientology has grossed 4.52 billion to date. Tara Duncan slumps 4-9 in its 3rd month. Tara has grossed 3.67 billion to date. Alice & Zouroku rounds out the top-10 dipping one place in its 2nd month. Alice has grossed 1.34 billion to date.
The Bold and the Beautiful rises 15-11 in its 64th month. Voltron: Legendary Defender sinks 7-12 in its 5th month. Miniforce rises 19-13 in its 3rd month. Mushi-Uta slips 13-14 in its 4th month. Teekyuu rounds out the top-15 dipping one position in its 3rd month.
Elsewhere on the chart, Cyborg 009: Call of Justice falls 13-17 in its 6th month. Ghost In the Shell: Stand Alone Complex re-enters at No. 18 in its 7th month. Ghost has grossed 2.41 billion to date. The Young and the Restless plunges 20-24 in its 112th month.
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