Thanks to its original series, the platform managed to exile Netflix from the first three positions in the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded digital series in the country. Netflix, however, owns the only Spanish-language series on the list.
Slowly but surely, Netflix continues to lose ground among audiences in Latin America, leaving room for its new competitors who, thanks to exclusive offers, are stealing the attention of its subscribers.
A new example of this is the latest Parrot Analytics ranking of the most popular digital series in Mexico, where in the week of April 12-18, the original Disney+ productions took over the entire podium.
Its most recent premiere, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, ranked first on the list with 25.3 times more demand than the average series, followed by WandaVision in second place (23.3x) and The Mandalorian in third (17, 2x).
Netflix comes in at fourth place thanks to Narcos with 11.1 times more demand, which also stands out for being one of only two Hispanic series on the list along with the Mexican series Who Killed Sara? (ninth place, 6.7x), also from Netflix.
Netflix completes its appearances on the list with Cobra Kai in fifth place (10.5x), Stranger Things in seventh (8.9x) and The Crown in 10th place (6.7x).
The list of most demanded digital series in Mexico is completed by The Boys from Amazon Prime Video (sixth place, 8.9x) and Titans from HBO Max in eighth (7.5x).
Falcon and the Winter Soldier also led the general list of most demanded series in the country, followed in second place by the anime Attack on Titan with 24.1 times more demand, and the other Disney original, WandaVision, closing the podium.
In fourth and fifth place are kids’ series SpongeBob (21.2x) and Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir (20.8x).
Game of Thrones took sixth place with 19 times more demand, followed by Disney+’s third series, The Mandalorian in seventh and The Simpsons in eighth (16.5x).
La Rosa de Guadalupe, the only Hispanic series on the general list, came in ninth with 16.5 times more demand, while My Hero Academia closed the ranking with 15.9 times more demand.