The prequel House of the Dragon and the original series lead the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most popular series in the country.
Having broken audience records in the US and the world, House of the Dragon, the prequel to the super-successful HBO series Game of Thrones, also conquered audiences in Argentina, where the series leads the ranking of the most popular in the country.
In the week of September 11, the prequel led Parrot Analytics’ list with 27.11 times more demand than the average series, followed in second place -with no surprise- by Game of Thrones with 26 times more demand.
The podium is completed by the local version of The Voice with 20.5 times more demand, also standing out as one of only two productions in Spanish on the list along with the children’s series El Payaso Plim Plim in ninth place with 15.2 times more demand.
The general list is completed by Cobra Kai (fourth place, 20.1x), Better Call Saul (fifth, 17.5x), Stranger Things (sixth, 17.2x), Rick and Morty (seventh, 16.6x), The Simpsons (16.2x) and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (10th, 14.8x).
On the digital side, it is Netflix who leads the ranking of the most demanded series in the country, with Cobra Kai and Stranger Things in first and second place, respectively. The podium was completed by The Lord of the Rings: The Ring of Power, from Amazon Prime Video.
In fourth place is followed by Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale (13.1x), and the Disney+ series The Mandalorian (fifth, 12.7x) and She-Hulk (sixth, 12.4x).
Completing the digital list is Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso (seventh, 10.84x), Amazon’s The Boys (eighth, 10.83x), Only Murders in the Building (ninth, 8.9x) and The Crown (tenth, 8.1x).