After a July of undisputed success as the most binged Hispanic series in the world, the Netflix original began August in second place in TV Time’s ranking, surpassed only by the new season of OITNB.
Having left behind a month of success, conquering audiences week after week, it’s no surprise that Money Heist continues to be one of the most binged series in the first week of August too.
The series was the most-binged for two weeks in a row in July and was also the most binged Hispanic series for the whole month.
And now, TV Time presented its ranking for the week of July 29 – August 4, in which the Netflix Spanish fiction ranked among the top spots.
With 4,83% of the viewership, Money Heist was the second most-binged series of the week, surpassed only by Orange Is The New Black, now in its final season.
It’s followed by sci-fi series, Stranger Things, and Lucifer, both by Netflix, in third and fourth place with 2.99% and 2.40% of the viewership, respectively, both repeating their positions from the past week.
Completing the Top 5 is Friends with 2.05% of the viewership, which this week also became the most-watched SVOD series in the UK.
In sixth place stands Fox’s Glee, followed by Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys, making its first appearance in TV Time’s ranking.
The list is completed by CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory (eighth place, 1.37%); The 100 by The CW (ninth place, 1.37%) and NBC’s Brooklyn Nine Nine, closing the raking with 1.31%.