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As expected, the box was Today's Menu for the Emiya Family, but I did not expect this:



I still don't want to get my hopes up for Fate/Extra, but I don't know what else this might be.
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I'm debating whether I should watch Darling in the FraXX week-to-week or wait so I can binge it. It looks so freaking great.
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http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2018/03/17/research-ntt-docomo-announces-rankings-for-winter-2018-tv-anime

Picking up from a comment chain:


MightyMidgit: So sad that the Netflix original, Violet Evergarden, was not taken into consideration in these polls because is it a US company broadcasting it... That show is easily at the top of the season.

nDroae: Unlike the announced upcoming "actual" Netflix originals funded directly by Netflix, VE was not produced by Netflix, and is broadcasting on Tokyo MX and four other Japanese networks. Producers listed on MAL: Lantis, Pony Canyon, Rakuonsha, ABC Animation. Netflix routinely lists shows as "Netflix Original" when all they actually did was secure exclusive rights to stream them. If this poll actually only covers shows on that streaming service, then this is a joke. That would be like if CR had disqualified Made in Abyss from the anime awards.

Koske1: This is the results of corporate research, of course it would only cover their own shows. Crunchyroll was doing an awards show, but they didn't include Made in Abyss in their most popular by state map; are you saying that's a joke too?

This comparison fails in that this appears to be a poll (Anime Awards), not service usage statistics (state map). Of course it's perfectly fine for a service to poll its users about its own content, but such limited results aren't very newsworthy.

The article could make it more clear: the phrase used was "online research on the winter 2018 TV anime," but could/should have been "online research on its own selection of winter 2018 TV anime."
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