Children’s productions dominate the demand for TV series in Peru, occupying almost all spots in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of the most demanded series in the country, while supernatural and superhero series lead the digital list.
If there is one demographic that is difficult to entertain in these times of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is certainly children. This is why it is not surprising that children’s content is one of the most demanded on Latin American TV.
And Peru is no exception, where during the week of August 17 to 23, children’s productions occupied almost all the spots in the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most popular series in the country.
SpongeBob ranked in first place, with 20.9 times more demand than the average series, followed by PAW Patrol in second place with 18.0 times more demand.
Naruto placed in fourth place with 17.5 times more demand, with Peppa Pig in fifth (17.3x), My Hero Academia in sixth (16.7x), Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir in seventh (16.4x), El Chavo del Ocho (eighth, 15.8x) and El Payaso Plim Plim in ninth (15.5x).
The Umbrella Academy in third place with 17.5 times more demand and Titans in 10th with 14.4 times more demand, stand out as the only non-children’s or family productions in the general list.
These two productions, however, lead the list of most demanded digital series in Peru, with the Netflix title in first place and the DC Universe series in second.
The supernatural theme continues in the following positions, with Lucifer closing the podium with 8.2 times more demand, and Stranger Things placing fourth with 7.7 times more demand.
The Mandalorian by Disney+ ranked fifth, followed in sixth place by Anne with an E, both with 7.4 times more demand.
She-Ra and the Princess of Power took seventh place (7.0x), followed by Star Wars: The Clone Wars in eighth (5.2x) and Dark in tenth (3.6x).
Narcos, Netflix’s Colombian series, stands out as the only Latin production in both rankings, occupying the ninth place with 4.7 times more demand.