Netflix Original Tops the Charts in Mexico

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by @todotvnews the 06/06/2017
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Parrot Analytics revealed the Top 10 most-demanded shows in Mexico to ttvnews, a list topped by Netflix's original series Ingobernable.

Using its audience-measuring index, Parrot Analytics revealed to ttvnews the results obtained in Mexico during the week of May 9 - June 4.
 
The list is clearly dominated by Netflix, as it normally is when considering digital shows, with the streaming platform accounting for all 10 positions
 
 
But the main difference from Argentina and Chile is that in Mexico, the list is dominated by the original series Ingobernable, which continues to dominate over two months since its premiere.
 
The series, starring Kate del Castillo and created by Epigmenio Ibarra, which was already renewed for a second season, reached 18,690,240 Average Demand Expressions, a number that more than doubles its closest competitor, Sens8 (8,270,815).
 
And while Sens8 is a US series, one of its plots is set in Mexico, which could explain its privileged spot on the list.
 
The podium is completed by 13 Reasons Why, which was the leader in Argentina and Chile.
 
The comedy Club de Cuervos comes in at number four, with a second season premiered in December of 2016, also produced in Mexico.
 
The presence of Club de Cuervos on the list confirms Netflix's original Mexican series do work well in Mexico. Las chicas del cable, meanwhile, ranked seventh.
 
Considering the whole universe of shows available in Mexico, the ranking was led by The Walking Dead, airing in Mexico on FOX. The zombie series registered 21,666,260 Average Demand Expressions.
 
 
Ingobernable and Game of Thrones completed the podium.
 
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