The second season of the Mexican biopic Luis Miguel, the series, and the latest installment of the Spanish hit Locked Up: The Oasis, ranked fourth and seventh respectively in TV Time’s weekly Shows on the Rise ranking.

Like every week, TV Time published its Shows on the Rise ranking, which lists the series that grew the most in the last week in terms of viewership around the world.

And in the week of April 19-25, two Hispanic productions found a spot on the list, starting with Luis Miguel, the series, which took fourth place.

The Mexican biopic about the musical icon, produced by MGM and Gato Grande, premiered its second season on Sunday, April 18 on Netflix.

In addition, Locked Up: The Oasis, also managed to position itself among the series that grew the most this week, taking a spot in seventh place.

It is the fifth and final season of Spanish fiction, which premiered on April 20.

The list is led by Netflix fictions, Shadow and Bone and Zero, while HBO’s Mare of Easttown completes the podium.

Completing the list are the French series Clem from TF1, A Teacher from Hulu, 911 and 911: Lone Star from FOX, and Love, Death and Robots from Netflix.

The consultancy firm also published its traditional Binge Report, which measures the most binged series of the week, where Shadow and Bone also placed first.

The rest of the list is made up of classic series such as Friends, The Office, Modern Family, The Walking Dead or Grey’s Anatomy, and with various animations such as One Piece, Attack on Titan and Naruto.