The channel’s fictions stand at the top of the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded series in the country, while HBO Max leads on the digital side.
Local products and Hispanic productions seem to be the formula for success on Colombian TV, where Caracol’s series shine as the most popular among viewers in the country.
This is demonstrated by the latest Parrot Analytics ranking of the most popular series in Colombia, where in the week of January 30, two Caracol series led the ranking.
The telenovela Nuevo Rico, Nuevo Pobre ranked first with 15.03 times more demand than the average series, while Tu Voz Estéreo followed in second place with 12 times more demand.
Moreover, Yo me llamo, also from Caracol, stood in eighth place (10.11x) and Yo soy Betty, la fea, from RCN, closed the ranking with 9.09 times more demand.
In addition to Colombian series, Hispanic series also found their place in the ranking, with the Argentine El payaso Plim Plim in third place (11.04x) and the Mexican La rosa de Guadalupe in fourth (10.94x).
The ranking is completed by the animations Peppa Pig (fifth place, 10.9x), PAW Patrol (sixth (10.7x), Attack on Titan (seventh, 10.4x) and Masha and the Bear (9.7x).
On the digital side, in a ranking normally led by Netflix, the ranking of the most demanded digital series in the country is led by HBO Max, which took first place in Colombia thanks to Titans (6.7x).
Netflix, in fact, is not positioned in the top 3, with two Disney+ series, The Book of Boba Fett (6.2x) and The Mandalorian (5.3x) completing the podium.
Netflix comes in fourth with Stranger Things (3.9x), followed by HBO Max’s Peacemaker (3.6x) and Disney+’s WandaVision in sixth place (3.5x).
The digital list closes The Witcher from Netflix (3.53x), The Boys from Amazon Prime Video (3.5x), and Cobra Kai (2.9x) and All of Us Are Dead (2.8x), both from Netflix.