Productions from Argentina, Mexico and Spain, as well as local series, stand out in the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most popular series in the country.
One of the most popular children’s series in the region, the Argentinean show El payaso Plim Plim leads the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded series in Peru for the week of December 4 to 10, with 13.11 times more demand than the average series.
The series is also one of several latin titles on the list, with Peru’s De vuelta al barrio in third place (10.9x), and Mexico’s La rosa de Guadalupe (fourth place, 10.7x), El corazón nunca se equivoca (sixth, 9.9x) and the reality show Shark Tank Mexico (tenth, 9.1x).
The list is completed by Bob Zoom (second place, 12.7x), The Simpsons (fifth, 10x), Chainsaw Man (seventh, 9.6x), Masha and the Bear (9.4x), and Wednesday (ninth, 9, 2x).
Regarding the most demanded digital series in the country, Wednesday, from Netflix, leads the list, followed by the series Stranger Things (7.6x) and Warrion Nun (5.4x), also from Netflix, closing the podium.
In fourth place is The Boys (4.4x) from Amazon Prime Video, followed by Willow (3.7x) from Disney+ and 1899 (3.4x), also from Amazon Prime Video.
In seventh place stands out the only Hispanic series on the list, the Spanish drama El día de mañana, by Movistar+, with 3 times more demand.
The list is closed by The Mandarolian and Andor, from Disney, with 2.8x and 2.6x respectively, with Cyberpunk (2.2x), from Netflix, in last place.