Productions from Spain, Argentina, Colombia and Mexico stand out in Parrot Analytics’ rankings of most demanded series in the country, in which kids’ content is also a big trend.
Almost an unbreakable rule for all Latin American countries, Spanish Netflix series have also found their place among the most demanded in Peru.
The season’s hit series, Money Heist and Elite, made their way to the fourth and sixth place in Parrot Analytics’ ranking of the most demanded digital series in the country for the week of October 14-20, with 622,818 and 458,126 Average Demand Expressions (ADE), respectively.
In the middle of the two Spanish giants, taking over fifth place comes another successful Netflix series, Colombia’s Narcos, with 483,711 ADE.
The digital ranking is led by the Netflix science fiction series, Stranger Things, with 1,389,678 ADE, followed by the DC Universe original, Titans with 1,175,360 ADE.
The podium is completed by 13 Reasons Why, also from Netflix, with 656,606 ADE.
Cobra Kai, the original YouTube Originals series, takes seventh place with 306,559 ADE, followed by Young Justice from DC Universe with 287,375 ADE.
Two Netflix series, Busted! (ninth place, 265,984 ADE) and Lucifer (tenth, 262,207 ADE) complete the digital ranking.
Hispanic productions also found their place in the general ranking, where Mexico’s El Chavo ranked seventh with 1,405,340 ADE and Argentina’s El payaso Plim Plim took fourth place with 1,493,478 ADE.
Plim Plim is also part of another major trend in the ranking of most demanded series in Peru, where children’s content took over most of the spots on the list.
The ranking is led by Steven Universe with 2,343,482 ADE, with Peppa Pig in third place with 1,751,591 ADE, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir in fifth (1,476,356 ADE), Dragon Ball Z in sixth (1,442,602 ADE), Naruto in eighth (1,403,925 ADE) and Dragon Ball Super in tenth (1,387,060 ADE).
The list is completed by The Walking Dead in second place with 1,770,452 ADE and Stranger Things in ninth with 1,389,678 ADE.