Spanish-language series continue to be popular all over the world, and certainly Spain is a natural market for Hispanic productions.
Thus, in the most recent Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded digital series in the country in the week of April 1 to 7, four of the ten positions are occupied by series in Spanish.
Netflix series, Narcos, stands out in third place with 3,569,239 Average Demand Expressions (ADE), Cable Girls in fifth with 2,122,828 ADE.
In addition, the Movistar+ series, Arde Madrid (2,049,434 ADE) and Gigantes (1,932,506 ADE) follow in seventh and ninth place respectively.
The list is led by the ever popular Netflix science fiction series, Stranger Things, with 4,348,177 ADE, followed by The Umbrella Academy, also by Netflix, in second place with 4,258,900 ADE.
The ranking is completed by Star Trek: Discovery by CBS All Access in fourth place (2,206,800 ADE), The OA by Netflix in sixth (2,085,799 ADE), Hanna by Amazon Prime Video in eighth (1,954,612 ADE) and The Good Fight by CBS All Access in tenth with 1,926,522 ADE.
On the general series side, the only Hispanic title on the list is La Resistencia by Movistar, which is in third place with 5,177,084 ADE.
The overall ranking is led by the successful HBO series, Game of Thrones, with 15,235,299 ADE (almost triple the number for the series in second place), followed by The Walking Dead by AMC with 5,394,812 ADE.
Stranger Things, The Umbrella Academy and Narcos are repeated in this list, occupying positions four, five and six, respectively.
The list is completed by Outlander (seventh place, 3,040,889 ADE), Vikings (eighth, 2,952,581 ADE), The Big Bang Theory (ninth, 2,774,430 ADE) and Paw Patrol (tenth, 2,578,383 ADE).