With very few spots reserved for Hispanic titles, Parrot Analytics’ lists of most demanded series in the country features productions from Spain, as well as Mexico and Latin America.
Same as in almost every country in Latin America, Netflix series Money Heist (Spain) and Narcos (Colombia) have also made their way into the list of most demanded digital series in Paraguay, as the only two representatives from the Hispanic world.
Analyzing the week of September 28 to October 4, Parrot Analytics ranked the Spanish phenomenon in eighth place with 4.2 times more demand than the regular series; and the Colombian series in sixth place with 6.9 more demand.
The list of 10 most demanded digital series in Paraguay is lead by three Netflix hits, with Stranger Things in first place (15.1x), Cobra Kai in second (13x) and The Umbrella Academy in third (9.9x).
Fourth place is taken by DC Universe’s Titans with 8.2 times more demand, while fifth place is taken by Anne with an E (7.2x) and seventh by Lucifer (5.4x), both by Netflix.
Lastly, Netflix’s series She-Ra and the Princess of Power (3.1x) and Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys (2.7x) complete the list in ninth and tenth place, respectively.
Over on the general side, the top 10 is dominated almost entirely by kids’ series, with PAW Patrol (19.5x), Peppa Pig (18.7x) and Spongebob (17.5x) in the first three spots.
Moreover, other kids’ series My Hero Academia (17.5x), Naruto (17x) and El Payaso Plim Plim (15.6x) continue the list in fourth, fifth and sixth place, respectively.
El Payaso Plim Plim from Argentina is also one of two Hispanic series on the general list, alongside Mexico’s La Rosa de Guadalupe in ninth place with 13.6 times more demand.
Masha and the Bear (eighth place, 14.7x) rounds up the kids’ series on the list, while Stranger Things and Cobra Kai complete the ranking in seventh and tenth place.