Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba just can’t stop making records. The first Demon Slayer movie recently became the highest-grossing anime ever. And now Demon Slayer Season 2 is trying to beat all possible records.
Demon Slayer season 2 has come to an end with the finale getting more viewership than the winter Olympics. Data from the Video Reacher Ltd in Japan has shown that within the first week of its premiere, the Demon Slayer season 2 finale has managed to break records.
The demon slayer season 2 finale was a big hit getting 17.73 million viewers and a viewership of just over 14%. This data includes viewership of the Demon Slayer finale on TV along with DVR. And is remarkable for an anime episode within the first week. How is it more than the winter Olympics opening ceremony in Beijing? Keep on reading to find out how Demon Slayer won in terms of viewership as compared to the winter Olympics.
Winter Olympics Vs Demon Slayer Ratings
Besides Demon Slayer season 2 finale, this week’s Winter Olympics opening ceremony also happened in Beijing. But this ceremony couldn’t attract more viewers than the Demon Slayer finale. Based on data, 17.23 million people got together to watch the Winter Olympics 2022 opening ceremony which is just 13.7% viewership.
So, ita clear that the Demon Slayer series is unstoppable. The Demon Slayer movie has already broken so many records and it seems like the Demon Slayer season 2 seems to be doing the same. Sales and data have already proved that Demon Slayer season 2 stands on number 3 when it comes to the most-watched series in Japan. Have you watched Demon Slayer? And if not! Then go and give Demon Slayer a watch because this anime seems to be taking over the world with its great storyline and character outline.