One of the most viewed anime clips this year was also the opening and trailer for Chainsaw Man.
At the beginning of this year, the second part of the fourth season of Shingeki No Kyojin premiered, which presented the opening “The Rumbling” played by Sim. The song was met with great acclaim among fans, even breaking records as one of the most viewed videos in less than 24 hours. However, almost at the end of the year, it has been revealed that the seventh opening theme hhas managed to become the most popular within the anime genre during 2022.
AnalyzeLog Inc. has released its annual ranking of anime and movie-related videos that streamed on official YouTube channels this year through December 7, 2022, using its YouTube Digital Creators analysis tool. Research indicates that since January, the uncredited opening video for “Attack on Titan” has been viewed more than 57 million times on YouTube alone. In addition, the ending was also one of the most viewed.
While Chainsaw Man’s opening theme song took second place despite only being uploaded to YouTube 10 weeks ago. The video features Kenshi Yonezu’s “KICK BACK” as the opening theme song and has already been viewed more than 54 million times, a number that continues to rise. Furthermore, the trailer for the anime also managed to surpass 10 million views.
Below you can see the top five anime videos in terms of viewership.
N° 1 – Opening of “Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2” [57 millones de vistas]
N° 2 – Opening of “Chainsaw Man” [54 millones de vistas]
N° 3 – Ending of “Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2” [19,2 millones de vistas]
N°4 – Trailer for “Chainsaw Man” [15,6 millones de vistas]
N°5 – Third ending of Chainsaw Man [15,6 millones de vistas]
N°6 – Opening of SPY × FAMILY [14,8 millones de visitas]
N°7 – Opening of Ya Boy Kongming! [13,4 millones de visitas]
N°8 – Second opening of SPY × FAMILY [ 13 millones de visitas]
N°9 – Opening of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” The Swordsmith Village Arc [11,1 millones de visitas]
The video is blocked for outside of Japan.
N°10 – Trailer of “One Piece Film Red” [10,6 millones de visitas]