Spanish Netflix series Elite and Money Heist found a spot in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded series in Colombia, along with local series Narcos, El payaso Plim Plim from Argentina and La Rosa de Guadalupe from US Hispanic.

Same as in most Latin America countries, Netflix’s Spanish originals have also engaged audiences in Colombia.

Analyzing the demand in the country from September 16 to the 22, this year’s breakout series, Elite, ranks in second place in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of most demanded digital series in Colombia with 2.149.607 Average Demand Expressions (ADE).

Fellow Spanish series Money Heist stands as the next Hispanic production on the list in sixth place with 1.199.159 ADE, followed by Colombian series Narcos, also by Netflix, in seventh place with 873.372 ADE.

The digital ranking is led by Netflix’s sci-fi series Stranger Things with 2.876.878 ADE, while 13 Reasons Why completes the podium with 1.943.063 ADE.

DC Universe and Hulu took over the fourth and fifth positions with Titans (1.609.190 ADE) and The Handmaid’s Tale (1.437.424 ADE).

The Boys from Amazon Prime Video (eighth place, 798,012 ADE), Cobra Kai from YouTube Originals (ninth, 732,583 ADE) and Netflix’s Black Mirror (tenth, 703,185) complete the digital ranking.

Elite stands out once again over on the general ranking of most demanded series in Colombia, ranking in ninth place as one of only three Hispanic series on the list.

The other two are Argentina’s El payaso Plim Plim: un héroe del corazón in eigth place with 2.171.909 ADE and Univision’s La Rosa de Guadalupe in tenth place with 2.095.644 ADE.

The general ranking is led by The Good Doctor with 3.193.592 ADE, followed by Game of Thrones with 3.108.344 ADE and Stranger Things.

Animated series Steven Universe (2.743.889 ADE), Peppa Pig (2.477.215 ADE) and Dragon Ball Z (2.405.276 ADE) continue the list in fourth, fifth and sixth place, respectively, with The Walking Dead completing the list in seventh place with 2.286.572 ADE.