No need to go around that much of My hero Academia is a franchise company that has managed to attract the attention of a very large audience in recent years, first thanks to paper production and then through an animated adaptation that is about to begin its fifth season.

Apparently, however, Kohei Horikoshi's creature seems to have managed to get a grip on the American public in recent months, as Observer revealed. The company has in fact analyzed and documented the results of the ten most watched entertainment programs over the past two months.

The data coming from Parrot Analytics was tracked taking into account the online activities that the different franchise companies could boast of. This study has allowed us to name the series of My Hero Academia managed to climb the rankings to second placetake a step under SpongeBob SquarePants, but surpass productions like Stranger Things and Game of Thrones. You can view the full list below:

  • SpongeBob SquarePants
  • My hero Academia
  • game of Thrones
  • Strange things
  • Avatar: The last airbender
  • Rick and Morty
  • The Lightning
  • WWE Raw
  • Steven universe
  • the Walking Dead

Before we say goodbye, we would like to remind you that some interesting news related to the fifth season of My Hero Academia has arrived in recent weeks. In addition, a new line of shirts with the theme My Hero Academia was recently launched.

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