Just one week since its premiere, the Televisa telenovela is one of the most demanded in the country and one of just two Hispanic fictions on Parrot Analytics’ ranking, together with El corazón nunca se equivoca.

La Usurpadora continues to steal hearts in Mexico. The Televisa telenovela, which premiered last Monday, September 2 as the most watched on broadcast TV with 3.9 million viewers, also became one of the most demanded series in Mexico.

In the same week from September 2 to 8, the telenovela – the first launch of Televisa’s Dream Factory – placed fourth in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded shows in the country, with 10,397,146 Average Demand Expressions (ADE).

The telenovela is, in addition, one of only two Hispanic fictions in the ranking, accompanied by Televisa’s El corazón nunca se equivoca in fifth place with 10,001,227 ADE.

In ninth place, MasterChef Mexico is positioned as the only other production in Spanish in the Mexican ranking. The Endemol Shine Latino and TV Azteca format reached 8,198,504 ADE.

The list of most demanded shows is led by Stranger Things with 19,370,191 ADE, followed by Steven Universe with 15,552,262 ADE and 13 Reasons Why completing the podium with 11,397,146 ADE.

In sixth place comes Game of Thrones with 9,661,030 ADE, followed by Grey’s Anatomy with 8,843,542 ADE and The Big Bang Theory with 8,352,218 ADE in seventh and eighth place, respectively; while The Good Doctor closes the ranking with 7,497,282 ADE.

Netflix’s Stranger Things and 13 Reasons Why repeat appearances in the digital ranking, placing first and second, respectively, with DC Universe’s Titans completing the podium with 6,553,310 ADE.

The Boys from Amazon Prime Video continues the ranking in fourth place with 5,228,748 ADE, followed in fifth place by Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale with 5,072,979 ADE.

Cobra Kai by YouTube and Orange Is The New Black by Netflix rank sixth and seventh with 4,885,609 ADE and 4,836,804 ADE, respectively.

Good Omens (4,664,587) on Prime Video, and Mindhunter (4,652,864) and The Dark Crystal (4,584,213) on Netflix complete the list in the last three places.