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Love Live! Most Tweeted During 1st Week of Spring Season

posted on by Chris Nishijima
Love Live! dominates Japanese Twitter server with over 150,000 tweets.

With the start of the Spring 2014 anime season, Twitter's Japan server has been flooded with tweets about everyone's new favorite and most anticipated shows. It turns out that the most popular item on the agenda this season is none other than the new season of Sunrise's Love Live!

The musical idol show came in as the most tweeted anime subject from March 31 to April 7, with a total of 153,790 tweets containing the phrase "Love Live! School idol project Season 2." Love Live! was followed up in the trend ratings by Haikyū!! in second place with a total of 101,145 tweets and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders with a total of 59,617 tweets.

The rest of the Top 20 Tweet anime is as follows:

  1. Love Live! School idol project (Second Season)
  2. Haikyuu!!
  3. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders
  4. Happiness Charge Precure!
  5. Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V
  6. Gundam Build Fighters
  7. Nagi no Asukara
  8. Pokémon XY Special: Saikyou Mega Shinka ~Act 1~
  9. Pokémon XY
  10. Aikatsu! Idol Activities
  11. One Week Friends
  12. Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
  13. Mushishi: The Next Chapter
  14. Captain Earth
  15. Brynhildr in the Darkness
  16. Kanojo ga Flag o Oraretara
  17. Pretty Rhythm All Stars Selection
  18. Saki - The Nationals
  19. Kamigami no Asobi
  20. Selector Infected Wixoss

Anime Engine has the complete list of all trending anime related tweets from the past week.

[Via: Yaraon.]


This article has a follow-up: Spring Anime Series Ranked By Number of Twitter Followers (2014-04-15 15:00)
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