As the only representatives from Latin America, Netflix’s original series ranks fifth in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of the most demanded digital series in Mexico, while the reality show closes the general ranking.
In times when the television offer is broader than ever, international titles seem to be the one that monopolize Mexican screens, with little room for Latin productions.
This, according to Parrot Analytics’ latest ranking of most demanded series, which, analyzing the demand from June 8 to 14 in the country, found only two Latin titles on the list.
Narcos, the original Colombian Netflix series, came in fifth in the ranking of most demanded digital series in Mexico, being 15.9 times more demanded than the average series.
The digital ranking is led by 13 Reasons Why (25.1 times more demand), also from Netflix, followed by the original Disney+ series, The Mandalorian (20.3x), and She-Ra and the Princess of Power (Netflix, 20x).
In fourth place is Titans from DC Universe with 18.2 times more demand, while Netflix’s Stranger Things ranked sixth (15x) and Star Wars: The Clone Wars by Disney+ ranked seventh (14.5x).
The ranking is closed by Anne with an E (Netflix, 14.3x) in eighth place, Dark (Netflix, 13.9x) in ninth and Harley Quinn (DC Universe, 9.2x) in tenth.
For its part, the general ranking of the most demanded series in Mexico is led by children’s series, with Spongebob Squarepants in first place with 27.2 times more demand than the average series, and PAW Patrol in third place with 26.1 times more demand.
In addition, in seventh and eighth place are Naruto with 23.5 times more demand and Miraculous: Tales Of Ladybug And Cat Noir with 22.1, respectively.
Game of Thrones ranks second (27x), while Modern Family takes fourth place and 13 Reasons Why fifth place, both with 25.1 times more demand.
The ranking is completed by The Walking Dead (sixth place, 25x), Rick and Morty (ninth, 21.9x) and Acapulco Shore in tenth place (21.7x) as the only Latin production on the list.