As streaming becomes more common in Japan (and is very important to the anime industry) it is interesting to see what people watch during these times. GEM partner, a Japanese marketing company focused on the entertainment industry, published the ranking of the twenty most-watched series on SVOD services in February (Subscription video on demandthat is, subscription streaming services), with Jujutsu Kaisen Y. Kimetsu no yaiba to the head.
GEM partner gathered the information by interviewing approximately 7,000 Japanese people aged 16 to 69 a week what they saw in it Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, U-NEXT, Hulu JapanY. Disney Plus. The marketing company put all this information together in a list and recently published it.
- Gotoubun no Hanayome ((The fundamental quintuplets).
- HITOSHI MATSUMOTO presents documentary ((Variety program).
- Hataraku Saibou ((Cells at work!).
- Yuru Camp Season 2 ((Relaxed camp).
- Dr. Stone.
- Tensei Shitara slime Datta Ken ((This time I was reborn as a slime).
- Yakusoku no never land ((The Promised Neverland).
- Shingeki no Kyojin ((attack on Titan).
- Kimetsu no yaiba.
- Jujutsu Kaisen.
At the forefront of every streaming service (except Disney Plus) was Jujutsu KaisenWith Kimetsu no yaiba appears in the top 4. Zum Netflix, Shingeki no Kyojin took second place in February, followed by a South Korean drama Crash landing on youWith Kimetsu no yaiba on fourth place.
in the Amazon Prime Video, Yakusoku no never land came in second, followed by Kimetsu no yaiba Y. Shingeki no Kyojin. Japan's exclusive U-NEXT had Kimetsu no yaiba Secondly, Shingeki no Kyojin third, and Tensei Shitara slime Datta Ken on fourth place. And finally, Hulu Japan It has Detective Conan Second followed by Shingeki no Kyojin and the variety show Ariyoshi no kabe.
Wandavision, Frozen 2, The Mandalorian Y. Mulan (the ranking does not indicate whether it is the live-action film or the animated one), they occupy the first places of Disney Plus in Japan. While this list shows how popular it is Jujutsu Kaisen Japan is also showing that despite the huge amount of content on all of these platforms, anime is still at the forefront.
Source: GEM partner
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