on February 17, 2017 by Holly Williams
A new Crunchyroll infographic has been released, showing how the service’s viewers watched anime in 2016. There’s some neat aspects to this, such as which series are watched most on which platform, and some details on how long after an episode airs it’s likely to be watched. Take a look below:
This is really interesting stuff! The infographic comes from data for all titles that started airing on Crunchyroll in 2016, and gives a great insight into the popularity of particular series. Some of it’s to be expected, like the huge rush of people watching the last episode Re:Zero as soon as possible, and some of it is more unusual, like many viewers starting Orange after its full release rather than when it was airing.
It’s some fun information that we don’t usually get to see, and it makes you curious what the results will be for this year, even though it’s still early! Huge releases like Attack on Titan season 2 will surely be up there somewhere.