The nation’s largest movie and drama reviewing website “Filmarks” has announced that it will include anime series in its list. The rating records of the animes that were broadcasted on the national terrestrial TV and VOD streaming website, can be seen.

The decision for “Filmarks” to include anime series in its list is because they saw there is a demand to gather records and information of works other than movie and drama as the increase in video streaming service had allowed access to watch various genres of works.

The anime title is expected to be included during mid to late Oct. and a total of 1,300 titles (1,700 seasons), including the highly evaluated anime from the users, such as “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”, “Attack on the Titans”, “Fate/Grand Order”, “Sword Art Online”, “Ghost in the Shell”, “K-On!”, “Bakemonogatari”, “Neon Genesis Evangelion”, and “Puella Magi Madoka Magica” as well as Autumn 2020’s anime, such as “A3! SEASON AUTUMN & WINTER”, “The Irregular at Magic High School: Visitor Arc”, “The Day I Become a God”, “Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM”, “Ikebukuro West Gate Park”, and “Hypnosis Mic: Division Rap Battle – Rhyme Anima”, will be included during the release.

After the release, the scope of the next registered anime will be expanded. It will include functions special for anime such as the casts and characters’ names, the production staff, the production company, works that are currently broadcasting and pending to be broadcast, as well as the streaming information on each video streaming website, and others are scheduled to be added.