Japan's Animation TV Ranking, July 5-11
posted on 2010-07-18 22:20 EDT by Egan Loo
GeGeGe no Nyōbō (Spooky Wife), the live-action television drama adaptation of an autobiographical essay book by GeGeGe no Kitarō author Shigeru Mizuki's wife Nunoe Mura, ran on July 9 at 8:00 a.m. and earned a 20.3 rating. Yoshifumi Kondô and Studio Ghibli's Whisper of the Heart film re-aired on July 9 at 9:00 p.m. with a 16.7 rating. The Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life film held its television premiere on July 8 at 7:00 p.m. with 6.2 rating.
The first episode of the Sengoku Basara Two television anime series earned a 5.3% rating in Tokyo's Kanto region and a 7.4% rating in Osaka's Kansai region on July 11. Those figures represent the highest rated premiere in the Sunday 5:00 p.m. timeslot for the MBS/TBS network since it began airing anime in that timeslot in April of 2008. It is also the third highest rating recorded in that "Nichi-5" (Sunday 5 p.m.) anime timeslot in the Kanto region, and the highest rating recorded in that timeslot in the Kansai region.
The live-action television adaptation of Masayuki Ishikawa's Moyashimon manga premiered on July 8 with a instantaneous rating high of 4.7%. This series is the first live-action work to play during Fuji TV's late-night timeslot Noitamina.
|Sazae-san||Fuji TV||July 11 (Sun)||18:30||30 min.||17.9|
|Chibi Maruko-chan||Fuji TV||July 11 (Sun)||18:00||30 min.||13.6|
|One Piece||Fuji TV||July 11 (Sun)||09:30||30 min.||12.0|
|Crayon Shin-chan||TV Asahi||July 9 (Fri)||19:30||24 min.||9.0|
|Dragon Ball Kai||Fuji TV||July 11 (Sun)||09:00||30 min.||8.8|
|Doraemon||TV Asahi||July 9 (Fri)||19:00||30 min.||8.7|
|Detective Conan||NTV||July 10 (Sat)||18:00||30 min.||8.2|
|Inazuma Eleven||TV Tokyo||July 7 (Wed)||19:26||29 min.||6.2|
|Mainichi Kaasan||TV Tokyo||July 7 (Wed)||19:00||26 min.||5.7|
|Sengoku Basara Two||TBS||July 11 (Sun)||17:00||30 min.||5.3|
[Video Research does not directly post more ratings than what is listed here. Any purportedly additional data comes from unverified, anonymous sources.]
follow-up of Japan's Animation TV Ranking, June 28-July 4