Disney+’s The Mandalorian, and Netflix’s The Witcher and Stranger Things took over the top spots in Parrot Analytics’ rankings of most demanded series in Spain, leaving Spanish series in the last positions.

Usually leaders in terms of popularity and demand, especially in their own country, Spanish productions couldn’t lead Parrot Analytics’ most recent demand rankings, having to give up the top positions to digital series.

Because in the week of January 6-12, the most demanded series in Spain were Disney+’s Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, with 9.195.769 Average Demand Expressions (ADE), and Netflix’s original series, The Witcher, with 7.364.509 ADE, which ranked first and second both in the digital and general rankings.

The Netflix series, Stranger Things (5,351,639 ADE) and The Crown (3,064,563 ADE), occupy third and fourth place in the digital ranking, followed by Narcos (2,938,121 ADE), also from Netflix, in fifth place , being the first Hispanic series on the list.

But to find Spanish series, you have to go all the way down to the last places, where Cable Girls is ranked eighth with 2,540,798 ADE, followed by Skam Spain (2,485,011 ADE) and The Pier (2,244,484 ADE) in ninth and tenth place, respectively.

The digital ranking is completed by Carnival Row by Prime Video (2,768,416 ADE) in sixth place and Titans by DC Universe (2,604,636 ADE) in seventh.

Repeating the trend that shaped the digital ranking, the general ranking of most demanded series in Spain has only one Spanish series: La que se avecina in fifth place with 4,631,965 ADE.

Led by the Disney+ and Netflix series, the podium is completed by Game of Thrones with 6,077,420 ADE, followed by Stranger Things in fourth place.

Outlander comes in sixth place with 3,845,722 ADE, followed by The Walking Dead in seventh with 3,742,742 ADE and Vikings in eighth with 3,430,850 ADE.

The ranking is completed by Riverdale in ninth place with 3,336,542 ADE and Amazon’s comedy, Fleabag, in last place with 3,212,598 ADE.