Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) is having a great time and surprising all its fans with the last chapters of its final season. There is very little left to know the outcome of the story, and it has just been reported that the series was the most wanted during 2021 worldwide.
It was at the end of 2020 when Attack on Titan Final Season Part 1 premiered and kept us hype through the skies for several months of 2021, while we saw the surprising change that Eren had had.
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Despite the fact that the series had a considerable pause until a few weeks ago, it seems that what was caused by the first chapters of its final season were enough to make the anime become the most wanted television program on the entire planet.
The information has been shared by the market research firm Parrot Analytics, who granted Attack on Titan the outstanding recognition in its fourth annual edition of the Global TV Demand Awards.
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In addition to this award, which had only been won by English-language series, Attack on Titan took home the award for most searched anime series last year.
Senior Strategy Analyst Julia Alexander highlighted that this is a good example of the changing preferences of the audience over the years, who are increasingly looking for more international content thanks to today’s accessibility:
“Japan’s high-caliber anime series, such as Attack on Titan, are more available now than ever, simplifying the process of discovery, consumption and conversation,” he said.
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It is worth mentioning that the results were determined according to global television demand data from Parrot Analytics between January 1 and December 31, 2021, and points such as signals on the web, Facebook likes and Google searches, among others, were considered, all to confirm that the global demand for anime grew by 118 % during 2021.
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