With its original series, Disney+ took over the top three positions in the new Parrot Analytics ranking of most demanded digital series in the country. Netflix, on the other hand, took only four spots, making room for other services such as HBO Max, Amazon and ATRESPlayer as well.
Slowly but surely, Disney+ continues to make its mark in Latin America, drawing in audiences with its shiny franchises and the original series that go with them.
In fact, in the week of March 15 to 21, three of its original series dominated the top positions in the Parrot Analytics ranking of most demanded digital series in the country, leaving Netflix relegated to lower positions on the list.
WandaVision led the list with 25.2 times more demand than the average series, followed in second place by The Mandalorian with 17.3 times more demand, and the newly released, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, in third with 11.1 times more demand.
In fourth place came HBO Max’s Titans with 10.2 times more demand, followed by Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys in fifth with 9 times more demand.
It is only in sixth place that Netflix gets its first mention, thanks to Cobra Kai, which registered 8.6 times more demand than the average series. The next three spots also went to Netflix, with Stranger Things (6.5x), The Crown (6.5x) and Narcos (6.1x).
Finally, the ranking was closed by Veneno from ATRESPlayer with 4.4 times more demand.
On the general TV side, the ranking of most demanded series in Chile was led by the animated series Attack on Titan with 27.6 times more demand, followed by Disney+’s WandaVision (25.2x) and The Walking Dead (18, 1x).
In fourth place came The Mandalorian, also from Disney+, followed by The Simpsons (fifth place, 14.9x), Grey’s Anatomy (sixth, 14.5x) and Game of Thrones (seventh, 14.4x).
In eighth place came Yo soy, the only production in Spanish on the list, with 14.3 times more demand, followed by the animated My Hero Academia (ninth place, 13.2x) and SpongeBob (tenth, 12.3x).