What are the most wanted anime of 2022?

Anime is bigger than ever these days, and we have its worldwide spread to thank for its success. While once a niche industry, the medium has become one of the biggest in entertainment with brands like Netflix and Disney investing in its future.

Of course this means that fans are always looking for new anime series for killers, and there’s no better way to find a show than an online search. And thanks to a new report, fans have learned which anime series are the most searched for online this year.

The data was collected by Broadband Choices in the UK, as the company pulled data from 146 countries around the world. It was there that a variety of the most wanted programs were analyzed and the data revealed a clear picture of which anime titles were the most searched for online.

Naruto is the most searched anime of 2022

turns out Naruto is the clear winner, as the franchise topped Japanese animation searches in 93 countries. The IP accounted for over 16% of the votes, and given the depth of its roots, you can see why countries like the United States and Brazil are constantly looking for Naruto.

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Most wanted anime of 2022

Image: Crunchyroll/Naruto

  1. Naruto: 16.2%
  2. Pokémon: 8.8%
  3. Demon Slayer: 7.8%
  4. Jujutsu Kaisen: 7.3%
  5. One Piece: 7.2%
  6. Attack on Titan: 5.2%
  7. My Hero Academia: 4.9%
  8. Death Note: 2.8%
  9. Naruto Shippūden: 2.7%
  10. Dragonball: 2.6%

AmericanPost.News He shares with you that the first place went to Naruto. Second place on the list went to Pokemon with a solid 8.8% of program searches, with countries like Australia leading the charge there. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba it came in a close third place with 7.8% of the vote, including Japan itself.

And to complete the top five, jujutsu kaisen it sailed with a solid 7.3% of the vote. What do you think of this latest anime data? Are there any shows on this list that surprised you? Meanwhile, Dragon Ball, Haikyuu, and more anime have been confirmed to hit Crunchyroll’s Dubbing Thursdays.

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