HBO Max’s Titans took first place in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of the most demanded digital series in the country for the last week, while Disney+ completed the podium and dominated the ranking with the most titles.
What is normally a competition between Netflix and Disney+, this time HBO Max was the owner of the most demanded series in Mexico.
It was a series from the WarnerMedia platform, Titans, which was placed in first place in the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded digital series in the country for the last week, registering 15.34 times more demand than the average series.
An atypical ranking for the region, it was not Netflix but Disney+ who dominated the list, taking over the next three places: WandaVision ranked second with 13.32 times more demand, Loki was third with 13.7 times more demand and The Mandalorian was fourth with 13.5 times more demand.
Disney+ also dominated the list with the most titles, completing four appearances thanks to Monsters at Work in ninth place (10.07x).
Netflix, meanwhile, got three spots on the list with Money Heist (fifth place, 10.9x), Cobra Kai (sixth place, 10.5x) and Stranger Things (eighth, 10.1x).
Ted Lasso by Apple TV+ in seventh place (10.3x) and Invincible by Amazon Prime Video in tenth (8.6x) completed the ranking.
The general ranking of most demanded series in Mexico for the week of August 29 to September 4 repeats the trend of most markets in Latin America, where kids’ series occupy the largest number of spots.
Thus, PAW Patrol ranked second with 18.4 times more demand, followed by SpongeBob in third with 18.06 times more demand.
Moreover, the anime Attack on Titan placed sixth (17.5x), followed by Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir in seventh (17.35x), The Simpsons in eighth (16.4x) and My Hero Academy in tenth (15.5x).
The list is led by the drama The Walking Dead in first place (20.9x), and is completed by La Rosa de Guadalupe in fourth (18x), Game of Thrones in fifth (17.9x) and Rick and Morty in ninth (16 , 4x).