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Discussion in 'The Adult Swim/Toonami Forum' started by Cartoon X, Apr 20, 2013.
Those last shows are headed into very dangerously low territory numbers.
Those ratings for Tokyo Ghoul really is a surprise. I'm especially surprised that HXH had such a big drop, since it usually holds on better.
Ghoul must have had an eventful episode.
No. Tokyo Ghoul had nothing that interesting happen. All that happened was that there was a raid on the coffee shop (even though those are the peaceful ghouls) and the coffee shop owner dude died and no one in the audience here on Toonzone cared.
Top 25 ratings.
Tokyo Ghoul: 622,000
Nothing else in top 25. So far, it looks like everything's normal. Tokyo Ghoul didn't beat JoJo which is good for JoJo and good for all the Root A haters (are there any Root A defenders? The talkback threads for Root A have been close to universally negative.)
I know we don't get much traffic in the Tokyo Ghoul threads, but let's be careful not to spoil for those who haven't watched yet.
Okay, the episode already aired on Toonami, but I guess there might be people who haven't watched yet. How many weeks until it's not a spoiler anymore?
Anyway, on to the full ratings.
11:00 Dragon Ball Super (r) 938 0.42 547
11:30 Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters 827 0.38 491
12:00a Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders 740 0.36 460
12:30a Tokyo Ghoul 662 0.32 412
1:00a Hunter X Hunter 499 0.23 293
1:30a Lupin the 3rd: Part 4 454 0.20 263
2:00a Naruto: Shippuden 456 0.21 271
2:30a Outlaw Star 405 0.18 233
3:00a Cowboy Bebop (r) 442 0.20 261
3:30a Attack on Titan (r) 447 0.19 246
Okay, a few surprises. HunterXHunter has lost it's mojo big time these last two weeks. A roughly 170.000 drop is uncharacteristically awful for the show. Outlaw Stars drop and Bebop and Titan's gain is also inexplicable.
Good improvement over last week, especially with no show dipping under 400 thousand.
I highly doubt Cable TV gonna die before our lifetime...
,Top 25 ratings time.
Tokyo Ghoul: 603,000
Looks like things are back down again. Demarco says that ratings for JoJo are okay and we don't have to worry about it being canned. True, One Piece ended up being canned despite his claims that it was doing good, but I think since Stardust Crusaders has a manageable 39 episodes left, I think we'll see it to the end. The fact that it's the first non-Dragonball show says a lot about its popularity. That and all the memes (we got to see the cherry scene everybody's been talking about last week). I don't know if we'll be Diamond is Unbreakable, but it could be possible. I think that the standards for "good ratings" have changed dramatically in recent months as even Dragonball Z can't reach 800,000 on many weeks.
He also mentioned before that there were some financial reasons why they had to drop One Piece, which probably wouldn't be the case for something like Stardust Crusaders due to having a much smaller amount of episodes. Whether or not they'll air part four remains to be seen, but it's possible I suppose. I personally would be happy if it didn't air, but I know a lot of people like the series and would want to see all of the animated Jojo's seasons airing on Toonami.
Full ratings. No surprises here.
11:00 Dragon Ball Super (r) 852 0.41 523
11:30 Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters 779 0.36 459
12:00a Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders 613 0.28 357
12:30a Tokyo Ghoul 603 0.28 357
1:00a Hunter X Hunter 563 0.26 336
1:30a Lupin the 3rd: Part 4 522 0.25 319
2:00a Naruto: Shippuden 519 0.25 321
2:30a Outlaw Star 470 0.23 291
3:00a Cowboy Bebop (r) 444 0.21 268
3:30a Attack on Titan (r) 418 0.18 232
Compared to last week it was less in viewers though no large decline after one show, consistent for the most part.
I'm sorry to everyone who might be offended, but I believe that JoJo's just gotta leave it's slot. Hunter X Hunter or Shippuden should air after Kai.
Lupin also needs to be moved down. It's not as popular as it used to be.
Also, 8:30 PM premieres of Super have got to go to; they are just ruining the start of the block by making viewers want to change the channel. They should be changed to reruns and let the 11:00 slot be changed to first run premieres
Here's my schedule:
8:00 PM: Dragon Ball Super (rerun of last week)
8:30 PM: DBZ Kai (rerun of last week)
11:00 PM: Dragon Ball Super
11:30 PM: DBZ Kai
12:00 AM: Shippuden
12:30 AM: Hunter X Hunter
1:00 AM: JoJo
1:30 AM: Gundam
2:00 AM: Lupin
2:30 AM: Ghost in the SHell
3:00 AM: Cowboy Bebop
3:30 AM: Outlaw Star
Toonami: October 7th:
11:00 PM: Dragon Ball Super: ???
11:30 PM: Dragon Ball Z Kai: TFC: 800,000
12:00 AM: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: SC: 638,000
12:30 AM: Mobile Suit Gundam IBO: 576,000
1:00 AM: Hunter X Hunter: ???
1:30 AM: Lupin the 3rd Part 4: 513,000
2:00 AM: Naruto Shippuden: ???
2:30 AM: Outlaw Star: ???
3:00 AM: Cowboy Bebop: ???
3:30 AM: Ghost in the Shell SAC: 2nd Gig: ???
aw I thought gundam would do better
HunterXHunter beat IBO? A part of me is happy based on me preferring it to IBO. Maybe season 2 could change me mind in its favor.
It's hard to believe even with the variety on Toonami it doesn't appear to be doing any better because of that.
It's mostly long shonen (except for Lupin). Usually, it's the short shows that do best, but streaming is taking all the short shows away.
Top 25 ratings are in and boy we have one huge surprise.
Dragonball Super (8:30 showing): 1,167,000
Super (11:00 showing): ???? (not eligible for top 25 due to being a rerun)
Nothing else in top 25. 8:30 Super is doing amazing, but it's not part of Toonami. Shows how split airings are preventing Super from being a Samurai Jack level hit.