While Netflix continues to lead, Disney+ original series such as WandaVision and The Mandalorian stand among the most demanded in the country, according to Parrot Analytics.

Being the first, Netflix continues to be the king among streaming services in Latin America. But as the rankings in several countries have already shown, little by little other platforms such as Disney+, Amazon Prime Video or HBO Max continue to gain ground in the OTT universe.

This is also demonstrated by the latest Parrot Analytics ranking of most demanded series in Uruguay, where in the digital field, Netflix leads in first place thanks to Cobra Kai (14.4 times more demand than the average series), but Disney+ dominates the others two podium positions.

In second place stands Marvel series WandaVision (8.7x), followed by the Star Wars series, The Mandalorian (8.4x) in third place; both from Disney+.

The digital list continues with two Netflix series, The Crown (fifth place, 7.1x) and Stranger Things (sixth, 5.7x), while in seventh place comes the HBO Max title, Titans, with 5.3 times more demand.

In eighth place comes the latest Netflix hit, Bridgerton, with 4.7 times more demand, followed by Most Beautiful Thing, also from Netflix, with 4.7 times more demand.

Amazon Prime Video, for its part, takes ninth place with The Boys (4.2x), and Netflix closes the list with Narcos, the only Hispanic series on the digital list, with 4.1 times more demand.

As is also a trend in several countries in the region, the general list of most demanded series in Uruguay presents several children’s productions, with PAW Patrol (16x) in first place, followed by Peppa Pig (15.8x) in second and Naruto ( 15x) in third.

In fourth place is the Netflix series, Cobra Kai, followed again by another children’s title, the Argentine El Payaso Plim Plim with 13.6 times more demand.

In sixth place is The Walking Dead with 13.1 times more demand, followed by the talent show Got Talent Spain with 12.1 times more demand.

The general ranking is closed by Masha and the Bear (eighth, 11.8x), Riverdale (ninth, 11.4x) and The Simpsons (tenth, 11x).