Why is My Little Pony so successful?
My Little Pony is a children’s animated television series created by Hasbro and developed by Lauren Faust. It tells the story of a pony named Twilight Sparkle who learns that she is a princess of Equestria, and her five pony friends who are given helping magical powers that come from their unique perspectives.
This highly popular show has managed to touch hearts of people in different age groups across the globe. The show has won numerous awards and been dubbed as “the highest-grossing media franchise of all time”.
The latest season, Friendship is Magic, which premiered on October 10th, 2017 was dedicated to Princess Luna – one-third of the trio known as The Cutie Mark Crusaders in the original series.
The original My Little Pony show aired in America in the early 80s and it has since been one of the most well-known and popular characters from children’s television. It has a large cult following that is spread across almost all generations. At ponycon 2017, the franchise had a total of 700,000 members
The success of My Little Pony is not something that can be explained simply with words or numbers. It is something magical and strange – much like what it represents: friendship, tolerance, acceptance and love.
My Little Pony is a brand that has been around since the 1980s. It had a major revival in 2010 with the release of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, which led to record-breaking success and popularization of a new generation of kids.
My Little Pony has become so successful because it can appeal to multiple demographics and different generations, despite its broad target audience being young girls. What stands out about this brand is its ability to attract both genders, and be enjoyed by people outside its target demographic.
To understand why My Little Pony is so successful, we need to look into the minds of many fans that have helped build this fandom into what it is today.
My Little Pony is a brand that has been around for over 30 years. It has been successful with its bronies (or “bronies”) and is now one of the best-selling toy brands in the world.
The fans of My Little Pony are diverse and include people across different age groups and social class. The show is still going strong with more than 20 million viewers weekly in 170 countries.
My Little Pony has become a cultural icon and is on its way to becoming a global franchise like other popular brands such as Hello Kitty or Barbie.
As part of the Hasbro toy brand, My Little Pony has a huge fandom of adult and children male and female-oriented watchers. It’s a simple show about friendship, magic and learning – similar to Steven Universe.
The quality of the show has allowed it to continue for so long with minimal turnover in viewership. It’s also helped by their partnership with Netflix which has been able to reach more than 33 million subscribers.
My Little Pony has been around for over two decades, but it still attracts millions of young girls. It’s a TV show with a fervent following that transcends generations.
My Little Pony fans are highly invested in the world of My Little Pony. They love the TV show, merchandising and also attend conventions every year to meet their favorite ponies and aspiring animators alike.