The Mexican series led Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded series in the country, which also includes titles from Argentina and Brazil, and several Spanish Netflix originals.
Among thousands of options for entertainment during the current massive quarantine, the Ecuadorian public has opted for Hispanic series, which occupy several positions in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded series.
Analyzing the demand from March 16 to the 22nd in the country, Mexican series La Rosa de Guadalupe ranked in first place in the general ranking, with 1,009,680 Average Demand Expressions (ADE).
In addition, Argentine series El Payaso Plim Plim ranked third with 913,487 ADE, while Spanish series Elite took fifth place with 895,902 ADE and Mexican series El Chavo ranked ninth with 825,052 ADE.
Along with Hispanic series, the other big trend in the general list is the demand for animated series, with Peppa Pig in second place (960,987 ADE), SpongeBob in sixth (870,222 ADE), Masha and the Bear in seventh (859,032 ADE) , Paw Patrol in eighth (838,140 ADE) and Naruto in tenth (805,082 ADE).
The ranking is completed by The Walking Dead in fourth place with 899,964 ADE.
The demand for Hispanic series was also replicated in the digital universe, where three Spanish Netflix productions and one Brazilian stand out among the most demanded by Ecuadorians.
The list of most demanded digital series in Ecuador is led by Elite, while La Casa de Papel took fourth place with 347,282 ADE) and Despite everything, tenth with 219,213 ADE.
For its part, Brazilian series Sintonía took sixth place with 264,875 ADE.
The digital ranking is completed by Titans from DC Universe in second place with 629,913 ADE, The Witcher by Netflix in third place with 350,533 ADE, Stranger Things by Netflix in fifth with 326,911 ADE, The Mandalorian by Disney+ in seventh with 248,742 ADE, Castlevania by Netflix with 226,118 ADE and Cobra Kai from YouTube Originals in ninth with 222,876 ADE.