With its sixth season premiere, Netflix’s original Spanish series ranked sixth on TV Time’s Shows on the Rise ranking for the week of February 10, while Narcos: Mexico ranked second with the premiere of its second season.
With a 40% increase in demand from its first installment, all signs pointed towards a solid premiere for the second season of Narcos: Mexico, and from the looks of it, it was.
According to TV Time’s Shows on the Rise ranking for the week of February 10, the original Netflix series grew 95%, ranking in second place.
And when it comes to Hispanic series, Spanish Netflix original, Cable Girls, took over the sixth place with a 79.8% growth.
The list is led by Friends of Maria De Filippi, the longest-running reality show in Italy, with a growth of 98.8%, while Showtime series Kidding closed the podium in third place with a 93.6% growth.
Fourth place is taken by Italy’s My Brilliant Friend (+92.3%), while positions five and seven are taken by Netflix series My Holo Love (+80.7%) and Locke & Key (+79%).
The list is closed by SyFy’s Van Helsing (+75.7%), Showtime’s Homeland (66.4%) and CBS’ Survivor (65.3%).