While the new season of the Netflix series, Cobra Kai, dominates Parrot Analytics’ ranking of the most demanded series in the country, Disney’s The Mandalorian and Wandavision complete the digital podium. All three, in addition, found a spot in the general ranking.

One of the most anticipated releases of the month of January, the third season of Cobra Kai finally arrived on Netflix, quickly becoming one of its most popular titles internationally, and Peru was no exception.

After two installments on YouTube, the sequel to Karate Kid premiered on the platform and ranked first in the Parrot Analytics rankings of the most demanded series in the country for the week of January 4 to 10, both digital and general, with 29.1 times more demand than the average series.

On the digital side, the podium is completed by two original Disney series: The Mandalorian in second place with 17.6 times more demand and WandaVision in third with 15.1 times more demand.

Like Cobra Kai, the Disney series also made their way into the general ranking, placing fourth and eighth, respectively.

The digital ranking continues with HBO Max’s Titans in fourth place with 11.5 times more demand, and the Netflix series Bridgerton (fifth, 8.6x), Stranger Things (sixth, 7.5x), Chilling Adventures of Sabrina ( seventh, 7.4x) and Narcos (eighth, 6.9x), which is also the only Hispanic series on the list.

Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys (6.7x) and Netflix’s The Crown (5.7x), close the list in ninth and tenth place.

Led by Cobra Kai, the general ranking of most demanded series in Peru continues with the animated series Attack on Titan in second place (23.6x) and the Mexican telenovela Mañana es para siempre in third place (18.5x).

The latter is also one of only two Latin appearances in the ranking along with the Peruvian Al fondo hay Sitio, which ranked last with 14.7 times more demand.

With The Mandalorian in fourth place and WandaVision in eighth, the rest of the places in the ranking are completed by the children’s series SpongeBob (fifth place, 17.3x), Paw Patrol (sixth, 15.9c), Peppa Pig (seventh, 15m7x) ) and Teen Titans (9th, 14.7x).