The best autumn 2022, 1.–28. October – Your Anime Ratings

The best autumn 2022, 1.–28.  October – Your Anime Ratings

Let’s take a look at what ANN readers consider the best (and worst) of the season, based on the polls you can find in our daily streaming reviews and on the Your Score page with the latest simulcasts.

Remember that these ratings are based on how people have rated individual episodes of current season, not on the overall quality or popularity of the series. Only the titles that are legally streamed in North America and are popular enough are ranked, so the bottom of the list may represent “severe” rather than “bad”. See the notes for further details.

Don’t forget to head over to Your Score to rate the episodes you have seen this week

Episode ratings for the week 22-28. October

Along the actual ranking for this week’s episodes, this graph shows the change in position from week to week. While some series are stable, others fluctuate wildly in the rankings depending on the strength of each episode. When a series has no episode for a given week, the previous week’s episode is used instead as a placeholder. The first episode of each series is considered part of the first week, although it really aired during the second week.
Click on the numbers to highlight a particular series.

Series cumulative ranking as of October 28

Each week’s ranking takes into account the scores given to previous weeks’ episodes. As we approach the end of the season, each series’ rankings will begin to solidify, and we’ll look at the real winners and losers.
Click on the numbers to highlight a particular series.

Notes

Disclaimer: the ratings are just an average of opinions, published for entertainment and information purposes. ANN makes no claims about statistical significance or invulnerability to spam.

The ratings are calculated using the Schulze method, with the variation that unclassified titles are considered as abstaining votes rather than lower than the ranked titles. This approximately means that if 60% of everyone who rated both A and B preferred A, it will be ranked higher than B.

The ratings indicate relative quality (A is preferred over B), no absolutely quality (B is good/bad). Although the titles are ranked from “best” to “worst”, sometimes the difference between #1 and #10 can be very small. So if your favorite is near the bottom of the list, don’t take it personally. That doesn’t mean it’s a bad program, it just means that ANN readers, averagehave preferred the above.

If a series has no episode for a given week, we use rating data for the previous week’s episode to calculate the weekly rating. This is not officially considered a position in the rankings (it has no effect on the cumulative ranking), but it makes it easier to compare weeks if they each have the same number of series ranked.

It should be noted that long-running series (and sequels) have an advantage in that only people who like the series still watch it, and they are likely to give each episode a high rating. However, if such a series goes through a low-quality filler arc, the season will receive low ratings that are not indicative of the true overall quality of the series. Conversely, fewer people rate the show, so it is less likely to have enough votes to qualify for the ranking.

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