The Peruvian telenovela took first place in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of the most demanded series in Peru, where the Mexican, La rosa de Guadalupe, and El Payaso Plim Plim, from Argentina, 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 the Parrot Analytics ranking of the most popular series in Peru.

In the week of February 27, the series registered 14.26 times more demand than the average series, thus taking over the first place in the top 10.

In second place is the great trend of the general list: children’s content, which occupy seven of the 10 positions, starting with My Little Pony in second place (13.47x) and Attack on Titan closing the podium in third (12.9x) .

In fourth place follows PAW Patrol with 11.76 times more demand, followed by SpongeBob (11.74x), Peppa Pig (11.72x) and El Payaso Plim Plim (11.6x), with Masha and the Bear in ninth place. with 10 times more demand.

The general ranking is completed by La Rosa de Guadalupe in eighth place (11.1x) and the success of HBO, Euphoria (9.7x) in tenth.

On the digital side, it was HBO Max who led the list of most demanded digital series this week, thanks to Titans, which came out on top with 9.65 times more demand than the average series.

In second place is Netflix’s hit Stranger Things (5.8x), with Disney+’s The Mandalorian (5.1x) closing the podium.

In fourth place is Peacemaker, from HBO Max, with 3.4 times more demand, followed by the Netflix series Daredevil (3.2x), Maniac (3.1x) and Bridgerton (3x).

The general list is closed by the Disney+ series, WandaVision (2.9x), Moon Knight (2.9x) and The Book of Boba Fett (2.6x).