The platform took only three spots in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded digital series in Argentina, same as Disney+, which in turn took over the first two spots, while Spanish series Veneno by ATRESPlayer stood out as the only Hispanic title.

Used to dominating Parrot Analytics’ rankings of most demanded digital series in the region, Netflix was not so lucky this time, taking only three places in Argentina’s list for the week of March 1-7.

This time it was Disney+ who was crowned leader of the ranking, dominating the first two positions with its original productions WandaVision (34.7 times more demand than the average series) and The Mandalorian (16.3x).

In addition, its Star Wars: The Clone Wars took the last place with 6.9 times more demand.

Netflix managed to close the podium with its Cobra Kai series in third place (14x), and took fifth place with The Crown (10.6x) and seventh with Stranger Things (9.4x).

Hulu follows with two spots in the ranking, with The Handmaid’s Tale in sixth place (9.7x) and The Act in ninth (7.3x), while Amazon Prime Video ranked in fourth place with The Boys (13x) and ATRESPlayer completed the ranking in eighth place with Veneno (8.9x), the only Hispanic production.

WandaVision also led the general list of most demanded series in Argentina, followed by animated series Attack on Titan (24x) and The Simpsons (22.4x).

In fourth place came The Walking Dead with 20.9 times more demand, followed by Disney’s The Mandalorian and Game of Thrones (14.9x).

In seventh place came Cobra Kai and Grey’s Anatomy (13.3x). Closing the ranking, the only Argentine series on the list, El payaso Plim Plim ranked eighth with 13.7 times more demand than the average series and Floricienta ranked tenth with 13.3 times more demand.