The Peruvian telenovela takes first place in the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most demanded series in Peru, where Mexico’s La rosa de Guadalupe, and Spain’s Money Heist stand out as the only other Hispanic productions.

One of the most successful telenovelas in its country of origin in recent times, the Peruvian telenovela Al fondo hay sitio continues its popularity in its third season, leading Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded series in Peru.

In the week of October 10 to 16, the series registered 13.71 times more demand than the average series, thus taking the first place of the top 10.

In second place follows the great trend of the general list: children’s content, which occupies seven of the 10 places, starting with SpongeBob in second place (13.17x) and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic closing the podium in third ( 11.9x).

PAW Patrol follows in fourth place with 11.8 times more demand, followed by El payaso Plim Plim in fifth (11.2x) and Peppa Pig in sixth (11.1x), while My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (10.4x ) and Masha and the Bear (9.9x) close the trend in eighth and ninth place.

The general ranking is completed by the Mexican, La Rosa de Guadalupe in seventh place with 10.6 times more demand, and The Walking Dead in tenth with 9.5x more demand.

The digital ranking is led by HBO Max thanks to Titans, which takes first place in the ranking of the most demanded digital series in Peru with 7.5 times more demand, followed by WandaVision, from Disney+, in second place with 6.9 times more demand.

The digital podium is closed by the hit series of the month, Squid Game, from Netflix, with 5.7 times more demand.

In fourth place is Stranger Things (4.6x), from Netflix, followed by Only Murders in the Building (4.3x), from Hulu, and Invincible (4.2x), from Amazon Prime Video.

In seventh place is the only Hispanic series on the list, the ever popular Money Heist, with 4.1 times more demand, followed by Disney+’s The Mandalorian, with 3.7 times more demand.

The Netflix series Record of Ragnarok and You close the ranking, both with 3.7 times more demand than the average series.