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Old 2012-04-19, 13:35   Link #981
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Lupin III Mine Fujiko To Iu Onna episode 3 : 1.2%.
Ouch

That's quite a drop off from last week.
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Old 2012-04-19, 17:40   Link #982
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Still decent for the time-slot though. ^^
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Old 2012-04-20, 00:42   Link #983
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2.3% for this week's noitaminA. Not a huge hit yet, not a disaster either.

Wk. 1Wk. 2Wk. 3Wk. 4Wk. 5Wk. 6Wk. 7Wk. 8Wk. 9Wk. 10Wk. 11Wk. 12Avg
Tatami Galaxy - House of Five Leaves -1.51.61.72.12.51.51.82.82.02.32.32.52.05
Moyashimon (drama) - Shiki3.42.42.62.32.72.32.62.52.92.02.5-2.56
Kuragehime - Shiki2.3-2.23.12.82.71.82.41.62.52.12.72.38
Fractale - Hourou Musuko1.91.81.62.1-1.52.11.91.81.30.92.51.76
[C] - AnoHana1.62.53.92.82.52.92.22.02.42.93.2-2.63
Usagi Drop - NO. 61.22.42.12.62.12.5-2.31.62.41.62.52.11
UN-GO - Guilty Crown2.62.41.32.72.61.82.01.92.01.73.0-2.18
Thermae Romae - Guilty Crown2.12.61.8---------2.17
BRS - Guilty Crown---1.82.32.11.71.42.02.41.5-1.90
Kids on the Slope - Tsuritama2.62.32.45
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Old 2012-04-20, 11:27   Link #984
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What are the ratings of the Naruto's spinoff replacing Bleach ?
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Old 2012-04-21, 22:15   Link #985
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What are the ratings of the Naruto's spinoff replacing Bleach ?
episode 1 - 2.3
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Old 2012-04-23, 00:24   Link #986
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episode 1 - 2.3
Thank you. So it actually outperformed Bleach's finale.
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Old 2012-04-23, 16:35   Link #987
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アンパン 2.5 (Anpanman)
コナン 9.1 (Conan)
ウチュウ 3.1 (Uchuu Kyōdai)
ハンター 3.5 (Hunter x Hunter)

ワンピ再 4.7 (One Piece rerun)
GOチャギントン 2.9 (Chuggington)
トリコ 7.4 (Toriko)
ワンピ 9.0 (One Piece)
チビマル 12.1 (Chibi)
サザエ 18.5 (Sazae-san)

ドラエモン 休 (Doraemon)
クレシン 休 (Shin-chan)
4/20 27:20-29:10 映画レッツゴーライダー 1.3 (OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders)
エリアノキシ 0.8 (Area no Kishi)
セイントセイヤ 1.5 (Saint Seiya Omega)
バトスピ 2.2 (Battle Spirits)
ゴーバス 4.4
フォーゼ 6.5 (Kamen Rider Fourze)
スマイルプリ 6.4 (Smile Precure)
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Old 2012-04-23, 17:06   Link #988
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^ 1.5 is Saint Seiya Omega's lowest rating so far, the previous weeks it hung around 2.3

3.1 is pretty good for Uchuu Kyoudai(Space Brothers) to be holding on at for Week 4. Still hoping the ratings hold there or go back closer to week 2's 3.9.

Hunter x Hunter rebounding from a series-low of 2.7 back to 3.5 is a good sign for it. Perhaps it start to go back into the 4s.
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Old 2012-04-23, 19:20   Link #989
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Uchuu Kyoudai is doing pretty well indeed. For comparaison purposes, it took Beelzebub 7 episodes to get over 3% and its first 4 episodes got 2.4%, 2.6%, 2.7% and 2.1%.

A necessary increase for Hunter x Hunter. However 3.5% still remains quite low (barely 0.4% over Uchuu Kyoudai in a better time slot...); I think it should be aiming for ratings in the 4.5-5.0% range...
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Old 2012-04-25, 02:36   Link #990
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Wow @ how well Uchuu Kyoudai's doing. Though it did replace Beelzebub's timeslot and Beelzebub did do decently. Plus Uchuu Kyoudai does get praises wherever it goes and the manga's selling pretty well.
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Old 2012-04-25, 09:14   Link #991
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Japan should put more shows like Space Brothers on during the day. I honestly think something like Chihayafuru would have done better at that time slot then late at night.

But still really happy to see Uchuu Kyoudai doing do well.
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Old 2012-04-25, 10:56   Link #992
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Does Uchuu Kyoudai carry ordinary product advertising? The reason why most anime is shown late at night is because the production committees buy the time on the stations themselves. In daytime hours there are larger audiences that advertisers want to reach, and anime typically does not draw sufficient viewers to carry it then.

Anime is more akin to an "infomercial" than to live-action television programming. Usually the intent is encourage sales of the adapted medium (manga, light novel, game) and sales of ancillary merchandise. NHK carries anime in weekend daytime slots (Dennou Coil, Major, Kemono no Sou-ja Erin, and Moribito, for examples), but as a public broadcaster, they don't run commercials on their major services. According to Mahou Showtime, only Beelzebub and Uchuu Kyoudai have occupied that 7 am slot on ytv. All other recent shows on that channel were shown late at night.
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Old 2012-04-26, 18:32   Link #993
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Lupin III Mine Fujiko To Iu Onna episode 4 : 2.3%.
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Old 2012-04-27, 00:13   Link #994
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2.3% for yesterday's noitaminA as well, which seems to be stabilizing (2.6, 2.3, 2.3).
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Old 2012-04-28, 08:44   Link #995
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Naruto Rock Lee episode 2 : 1.4%.

We're down to Bleach levels.
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Old 2012-04-28, 09:15   Link #996
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Anime is more akin to an "infomercial" than to live-action television programming. Usually the intent is encourage sales of the adapted medium (manga, light novel, game) and sales of ancillary merchandise.
Right but that only works when there is going to be a lot of merchandise for the series. There are a lot of series that don't get the best ratings but not only sell well in DVDs/BR but also have tons of merchandise sales.

Chihayafuru had the manga but it definitely wasn't a merchandise powerhouse. I think it just would have done better at an earlier slot. The fans who watch late night anime are not necessarily interested in series like Chihayafuru & the people who might have been interested were probably not awake at that time.

Honestly I think this is the same mistake the noitaminA block made. When the block only showed one show (and I believe was on at a slightly earlier time slot...although still late at night) ratings were better.
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Old 2012-04-28, 10:03   Link #997
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According to Mahou Showtime, the initial noitaminA show still airs at 12:45 am Fridays as past shows did. With the expansion to an hour, the second show airs at 1:15 am. The first two noitaminA shows were aired as 12:35, but starting with Hataraki Man, they all have begun at 12:45.

There are various theories about the decline of noitaminA's ratings, but I don't think the timeslot is the issue.

As for why Chihayafuru wasn't aired in a better time slot, I'll just repeat my earlier comment that the television powers-that-be in Japan apparently didn't think it would draw enough viewers in comparison to other things they could show at those times. Most any anime show would probably do better in the ratings in earlier time slots; the question is whether they would do sufficiently better to risk carrying them in those slots as opposed to more ordinary programs. Television executives tend to be a risk-averse lot so convincing them to carry anime outside its late-night ghetto is probably a difficult proposition.

Ratings in the mid-twos are actually pretty decent for anime shows these days, if you look at the figures over the past couple of years. However ratings for noitaminA fell abruptly by about a full percentage point after the expansion to an hour and have stayed there ever since. (The drop in viewing for Trapeze was probably more an aberration than the beginning of a trend.) Since we do not have figures for just the 12:45-1:15 slot, it's pretty difficult to compare ratings for the current offerings with those compiled during the single-show period. It could well be that the first show still draws a 3.5 while the second draws a 1.5; we see only the 2.5 average.

I'm actually more concerned about the relatively poor showing for Usagi Drop/No. 6. Usagi Drop seemed like a prototypical noitaminA show; maybe it did okay and No. 6 was just a dud.
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Old 2012-04-28, 10:36   Link #998
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Yeah I know a 2% is still good overall, especially compared to other late night anime series but it is certainly not amazing, especially if the block is going for ratings not sales.
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Old 2012-04-28, 16:46   Link #999
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(The drop in viewing for Trapeze was probably more an aberration than the beginning of a trend.)
But if you compare the ratings for the Nodame Cantabile finale (3.30) with the ratings the previous two Nodame seasons got (4.39 and 4.62), there's a whole percentage point drop too. That's why I said the fall started with Trapeze...
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Old 2012-05-01, 06:57   Link #1000
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アンパン 2.7 (Anpanman)
コナン 7.7 (Conan)
ウチュウ 2.1 (Uchuu)
ハンター 3.1 (Hunter x Hunter)

ワンピ再 4.5 (One Piece rerun)
GOチャギントン 4.4 (Chuggington)
トリコ 6.8 (Toriko)
ワンピ 7.9 (One Piece)
チビマル 8.5 (Chibi)
サザエ 16.5 (Sazae)

ドラエモン 9.8 (Doraemon)
クレシン 9.4 (Shin-chan)
エリアノキシ 1.0 (Area no Kishi)
セイントセイヤ 2.1 (Saint Seiya Omega)
バトスピ 1.9 (Battle Spirits)
ゴーバス 3.5
フォーゼ 5.4 (Kamen Rider)
スマイルプリ 5.4 (Precure)

Most week-end shows see a drop in ratings probably because of the beginning of Golden Week.
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