Despite having launched just a few weeks ago in the US, The Mandalorian leads both of Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded series in the country, while two Apple TV+ series makde their way into the digital list.
Used to being the leader of the list of most demanded digital series in most markets, Netflix could only score two spots in Argentina’s ranking, which is in turn surprisingly led by Disney+.
Analyzing the TV demand in the country for the week of December 9th to the 15th, Parrot Analytics ranked the Disney Star Wars + series, The Mandalorian first in both the digital and general rankings.
Despite not being available in Argentina, the series led both lists with 6,942,314 Average Demand Expressions (ADE).
As a second surprise of the digital ranking, The Morning Show and See, both Apple TV+ series, which was launched on the market less than a month ago, also made the cut in the digital list, occupying the sixth and seventh places with 1,860,499 ADE and 1,800,436 ADE, respectively.
The podium is completed by Titans (DC Universe) in second place with 3,604,433 ADE and Stranger Things (Netflix) with 3,110,587 ADE. Narcos, in ninth place with 1,772,070 ADE, is the only other Netflix series and the only Hispanic series in the list.
The digital ranking is completed by Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale in fourth place with 2,608,885 ADE, The Boys by Prime Video in fifth with 2,029,189 ADE, Castle Rock by Hulu in eighth with 1,790,166 ADE and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel by Prime Video with 1,768,761 ADE.
Meanwhile, fiction series Argentina, tierra de amor y venganza (third place, 3,993,249 ADE) and the entertainment show Showmatch (eighth, 3,524,584 ADE), both by Argentine network, El Trece, stand out as the only Hispanic productions on the general list.
Steven Universe completes the podium in second place with 4,865,463 ADE, while Grey’s Anatomy (fourth place, 3,922,610 ADE) and Game of Thrones (fifth, 3,832,262 ADE), round up the top 5.
In sixth place The Walking Dead reached 3,649,803 ADE, followed by Titans from DC Universe.
The Simpsons (3,518,755 ADE) and Vikings (3,436,758 ADE), in ninth and tenth positions, respectively, complete the overall ranking.