While Peruvian, Argentine and Mexican series monopolized Parrot Analytics’ general ranking of most demanded series in the country, Netflix’s Spanish and Colombian productions found their place in the digital ranking.
Among an immense offer of international series, Peruvian audiences still find space for Latin American productions, which took over more than half of the positions in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded series in the country.
While the general ranking was led by animated series Peppa Pig with 1,969,429 Average Demand Expressions (ADE), from March 2 to 8, the next five positions were filled by Latin American productions.
Peruvian show MagalyTeve placed second with 1,955,969 ADE, while Argentina’s El Payaso Plim Plim closed the podium in third place with 1,755,825 ADE.
Next come Mexican productions El corazon nunca se equivoca in fourth place (1,704,915 ADE), El Chavo in fifth (1,689,623 ADE) and La rosa de Guadalupe in sixth (1,591,566 ADE); while the Peruvian En el fondo hay sitio took over the ninth place with 1,540,370 ADE.
The ranking is completed by The Mandalorian (seventh place, 1,556,549 ADE), My Hero Academia (eighth, 1,547,477 ADE) and The Walking Dead (tenth, 1,500,328 ADE).
Hispanic series also found their place in the ranking of the most demanded digital series in Peru, where the Netflix Spanish productions Elite (930.005 ADE) and Money Heist (649.308 ADE) ranked third and seventh, respectively.
In addition, Colombian series Narcos, also by Netflix, took fourth place with 877,251 ADE.
The digital ranking is led by The Mandalorian from Disney+, followed by Titans from DC Universe (1,292,206 ADE); while Netflix Stranger Things and Star Trek: Picard of CBS All Access ranked fifth and sixth, respectively.
The ranking is completed by the Netflix series BoJack Horseman (589,865 ADE), Castlevania (561,297 ADE) and The Witcher (506,739 ADE).