The Star Wars series leads the latest Parrot Analytics rankings of most demanded series in the country. In addition, the Disney production entered Nielsen’s weekly ranking in the US for the first time.

As is already common in almost all Latin American countries, The Mandalorian, the original Disney+ series, was also crowned a leader among Mexican viewers.

In the week of November 23 to 29, the new season of the Star Wars series took first place in the Parrot Analytics rankings of most demanded series in the country, both digitally and in general, with 43.2 times more demand than the average series.

And that week, in addition, The Mandalorian managed to enter Nielsen’s weekly ranking of the most streamed series in the US, where it was placed third with a total of 1032 million minutes watched, thus making a spot for itself among the other nine titles, all by Netflix .

In second and third place in the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded digital series in Mexico, come Netflix’s The Crown with 20.1 times more demand than the average series, followed by Hulu’s Animaniacs reboot with 17.6 times more demand.

Another Disney+ series and another Star Wars series, The Clone Wars, continues the list in fourth place with 16.7 times more demand, followed by the only Latin series in the ranking, Netflix’s Narcos, in fifth place with 15, 8 times more demand.

Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys ranks sixth with 15.6x more demand, followed by Netflix series Stranger Things (seventh, 14.3x), The Umbrella Academy (eighth, 11.9x) and Cobra Kai (ninth, 10.2x). DC Universe’s Titans closes the list with 9.9 times more demand.

After The Mandalorian, the podium in the general ranking of most demanded series in Mexico is completed by two animated series: SpongeBob in second place with 26.3 times more demand and The Simpsons in third with 22.6 times more demand.

Animated series are another trend in the general ranking, with PAW Patrol in sixth place with 19.8 times more demand, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir in seventh with 19 times more demand, Naruto in eighth with 18.7 times more demand and Adventure Time in tenth with 18 times more demand.

Exatlón México (22.5x) from TV Azteca and El corazón never wrong (18.2x) from Televisa complete the ranking in fourth and ninth place, respectively, being also the only representatives of Mexico in the lists.