2011 in Japanese television

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Events in 2011 in Japanese television.

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Events

May

DateEvent
10Goexpanda becomes Mascot of TV Asahi.

July

DateEvent
24 Analog television ceases broadcasting in 44 of the 47 Japanese prefectures, along with analog satellite broadcasting, at 12:00 JST. The shutdown of analog broadcasting was postponed in the prefectures of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima to March 31, 2012 due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and its related nuclear accidents.

Station closures

StationChannelAffiliationMarketDateNotes
JORH-TV34 (UHF) FNN/FNS Hamamatsu, Shizuoka July 24, 2011The station was a satellite station of JOQH-TV; it was replaced by a translator operating on digital channel 22.
JOHX-TV10 (VHF) Kitakyushu, Fukuoka The station was a satellite station of JOJY-TV; it was replaced by a translator operating on digital channel 29.
JOPM-TV4 (VHF) NNN/NNS Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi The station was a satellite station of JOPF-TV; the area is now served terrestrially by JOFR-DTV from Fukuoka.
JOEL-TV1 (VHF) Tsuruoka, Yamagata The station was a satellite station of JOEF-TV; it was replaced by a translator operating on digital channel 16.
JOKY-TV
JOSY-TV
JOVX-TV
JOWL-TV
JOMY-TV
JOYS-TV
JOLY-TV
7 (VHF)
7 (VHF)
5 (VHF)
10 (VHF)
12 (VHF)
7 (VHF)
7 (VHF)
Asahikawa
Kushiro
Abashiri
Obihiro
Hakodate
Kitami
Muroran, Hokkaido
All stations were full-power satellites of JOKX-TV; they were replaced by a series of digital translators.
JOHE-TV
JOQL-TV
JOQM-TV
JOHW-TV
JOHO-TV
JOQM-TV
JOQF-TV
11 (VHF)
11 (VHF)
1 (VHF)
6 (VHF)
1 (VHF)
53 (UHF)
11 (VHF)
JNN Asahikawa
Kushiro
Abashiri
Obihiro
Hakodate
Kitami
Muroran, Hokkaido
All stations were full-power satellites of JOHR-TV; they were replaced by a series of digital translators.
JOEE-TV10 (VHF) Onomichi, Hiroshima The station was a satellite station of JOER-TV; it was replaced by a translator operating on digital channel 16.

Debuts

ShowStationPremiere DateTypeOriginal run
Carnation [1] NHK October 3DramaOctober 3, 2011 – March 31, 2012
Double-J Nippon TV June 29AnimeJune 29, 2011 – September 14, 2011
Fractale Fuji TV January 13AnimeJanuary 13, 2011 – March 31, 2011
Beyblade Metal Fury TV Tokyo April 3AnimeApril 3, 2011 - April 1, 2012
Blue Exorcist JNN April 17AnimeApril 17, 2011 – October 2, 2011
Guilty Crown Fuji TV October 13AnimeOctober 13, 2011 – March 22, 2012
Hunter × Hunter Nippon TV October 2animeOctober 2, 2011 – September 24, 2014
Infinite Stratos [2] TBS January 6AnimeJanuary 6, 2011 – March 31, 2011
Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi TV Saitama July 8AnimeJuly 8, 2011 – September 24, 2011
Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger TV Asahi February 13TokusatsuFebruary 13, 2011 – February 19, 2012
Karakuri Samurai Sesshaawan 1 TV Shizuoka July 3TokusatsuJuly 3, 2011 – October 2, 2011
Kaseifu no Mita Nippon TV October 12DramaOctober 12, 2011 – December 21, 2011
Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! tvk October 1AnimeOctober 1, 2011 – December 17, 2011
Mawaru Penguindrum MBS July 7AnimeJuly 7, 2011 – December 22, 2011
Mitsu no Aji: A Taste of Honey Fuji TV October 13DramaOctober 13, 2011 – December 22, 2011
Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de Fuji TV October 18DramaOctober 18, 2011 – December 20, 2011
Rebound Nippon TV April 27DramaApril 27, 2011 – June 29, 2011
SKE48 no Magical Radio Nippon TV October 11Variety showOctober 11, 2011 – December 27, 2011
Tiger & Bunny MBS April 2AnimeApril 2, 2011 – September 17, 2011
Toriko Fuji TV April 3AnimeApril 3, 2011 – March 30, 2014
Ultraman Retsuden TV Tokyo July 6TokusatsuJuly 6, 2011 – June 26, 2013
Kamen Rider Fourze TV Asahi September 4TokusatsuSeptember 4, 2011 – August 26, 2012
Sengyō Shufu Tantei ~Watashi wa Shadow TBS October 21DramaOctober 21, 2011 – December 16, 2011
Un-Go Fuji TV October 13AnimeOctober 13, 2011 – December 22, 2011
Watashi ga Ren'ai Dekinai Riyū Fuji TV October 17DramaOctober 17, 2011 – December 19, 2011
We Without Wings Chiba TV April 3AnimeApril 3, 2011 – June 19, 2011
Welcome to the El-Palacio TV Tokyo October 7DramaOctober 7, 2011 – December 23, 2011
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal TV Tokyo April 11animeApril 11, 2011 – September 24, 2012

Ongoing

Hiatus

ShowStationHiatus DateTypeOriginal run
Dragon Ball Kai Fuji TV March 27animeApril 5, 2009 - March 27, 2011

Endings

ShowStationEnding DateTypeOriginal run
Blue Exorcist JNN October 2AnimeApril 17, 2011 – October 2, 2011
Double-J Nippon TV September 14AnimeJune 29, 2011 – September 14, 2011
Fractale Fuji TV March 31AnimeJanuary 13, 2011 – March 31, 2011
Infinite Stratos TBS March 31AnimeJanuary 6, 2011 – March 31, 2011
Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi TV Saitama September 24AnimeJuly 8, 2011 – September 24, 2011
Kamen Rider OOO TV Asahi August 28tokusatsuSeptember 5, 2010 – August 28, 2011
Karakuri Samurai Sesshaawan 1 TV Shizuoka October 2TokusatsuJuly 3, 2011 – October 2, 2011
Kaseifu no Mita Nippon TV December 21DramaOctober 12, 2011 – December 21, 2011
Kitty's Paradise peace TV Tokyo March 29children's varietyOctober 7, 2008 – March 29, 2011
Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! tvk December 17AnimeOctober 1, 2011 – December 17, 2011
Mawaru Penguindrum MBS December 22AnimeJuly 7, 2011 – December 22, 2011
Mito Kōmon TBS December 19jidaigekiAugust 4, 1969 – December 19, 2011
Mitsu no Aji: A Taste of Honey Fuji TV December 22DramaOctober 13, 2011 – December 22, 2011
Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de Fuji TV December 20DramaOctober 18, 2011 – December 20, 2011
Rebound Nippon TV June 29DramaApril 27, 2011 – June 29, 2011
Sgt. Frog TV Tokyo April 2animeApril 3, 2004 - April 2, 2011
SKE48 no Magical Radio Nippon TV December 27Variety showOctober 11, 2011 – December 27, 2011
Tensou Sentai Goseiger TV Asahi February 6tokusatsuFebruary 14, 2010 – February 6, 2011
Tiger & Bunny MBS September 17AnimeApril 2, 2011 – September 17, 2011
Transformers Animated TV Tokyo December 25AnimeApril 3, 2010 — December 25, 2011
We Without Wings Chiba TV June 19AnimeApril 3, 2011 – June 19, 2011
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's TV Tokyo March 30animeApril 2, 2008 – March 30, 2011

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