Gingitsune: Makoto is the daughter of a shinto priest, tending to a relatively small Inari shrine. The shrine has a single messenger fox left, Gintarou, a silver fox. Makoto can see him, and she teams up with him to do fortune telling for the parishioners of the shrine.
It reminded me vaguely of Kamisama Hajimemashita, but it's aimed at younger kids. The first episode was fun, so we'll see where it takes us.
Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai!: Sakura is the leading lady of an AKB-like idol group. One day, they have to do an item on TV about (female) pro wrestling. One of the pros doesn't think too highly of the prancing idols, tempers rise and before she knows it, Sakura is in the ring with her pro opponent. She loses (how could she not?), but then decides she wants to become a pro wrestler herself.
If you enjoy watching a series which highlights consists of zoomed-in shots of the spandex-clad crotches of girls squealing in pain, then this is right up your alley. And remind me to never to go into that alley at any time.