Without Breasts There Is Paradise continues to conquer LatAm screens. Same as it happened in Colombia, the series climbed to the top of Parrot Analytics’ ranking of Ecuador’s most-demanded series, registering 1,170,725 Average Demand Expressions (ADE) in the week of September 3-9.
The Fox Telecolombia and Telemundo Studios production stands out not only for being number one, but also the only series in Spanish on the list, whose podium is curiously completed by two animated series: Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time (801,492 ADE) and Nickelodeon’s Spongebob Squarepants (640,163 ADE).
The animated series trend continues down the list with another four entries: Dragon Ball Super in fourth place with 594,393 ADE, Naruto: Shippuden in sixth place with 547,992 ADE, Dragon Ball Z in eighth with 511,580 ADE and finally PAW Patrol in ninth place with 503,440 ADE.
The list is completed by the AMC hit, The Walking Dead, in fifth place with 574,640 ADE, American Horror Story by FX in seventh with 521,694 ADE, and Riverdale on The CW with 499,153 ADE.
Unlike the general ranking, the list of Ecuador’s most demanded digital series features several Spanish-language productions, which take up two of the three top spots.
In second place, Netflix’s original Mexican series, The House of Flowers, reached 262,739 ADE, followed by Money Heist with 233,809 as one of two Spanish Netflix series on the podium alongside Cable Girls in ninth place (131,544 ADE).
There’s also the biopic about Latin American music icon Luis Miguel, the series, which ranked eighth with 134,663 ADE.
The digital ranking is led by Netflix’s cult series Netflix Stranger Things with 279,880 ADE, and it is completed by other Netflix productions such as Insatiable (fourth place, 207,176 ADE), BoJack Horseman (fifth place, 197,292 ADE), Orange Is The New Black (sixth place, 160,691 ADE) and 13 Reasons Why (eighth place, 144,161 ADE) .
The list is capped by the only non-Netflix series on it, YouTube Premium’s Cobra Kai, in tenth place with 128,242 ADE.