February 14, 2022
Disney + “Star Wars” “Mandalone” and its spin-off “Bob Fett’s Book” remained in the top two in the ranking of Parrot Analytics digital originals in the US for the week ended February 11.
“Mandalorian” retained position № 1 with a demand 48.8 times higher than the average series after a 4% increase in demand – Parrot’s patented metric, which Parrot uses to measure the show’s popularity. In the finale of the season on February 9, “Boba Fet” was attended by a large number of characters from “Mandalorets”, which was № 5 in the list of general TV shows.
“Boba Fett” remained number 2 in the chart of digital originals. After a 1.4% increase in demand, it was 44.7 times higher than the average series. “Bob Fett’s Book” took 7th place in the overall list of TV shows.
The Netflix fantasy series The Witcher rose to 3rd place in the digital original chart with 35.4 times the demand compared to the average series in the week following a 8.5% drop in demand.
“Cobra Kai” from Netflix dropped to 4th place in the chart of digital originals. The sequel to the “Karate Kid” series had a demand 34.6 times higher than the average, after demand expressions fell another 18.4%.
Returning to the top 10, in 5th place out of 16 last week, was the Disney + animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Most likely, the series got a boost thanks to one of its characters, the bounty hunter Cad Bain, who first appeared in a live battle in “The Book of Bob Fett”. It was 34.4 times the average demand after a 53.6% increase in demand.
Hulu’s new documentary mini-series “Pam and Tommy” entered the top 10 at number 6, up from 22 last week. This week, the show is 32.9 times higher than the average demand for the series after a 72.8% increase in demand. The first three episodes were worshiped on February 2, followed by weekly episodes. Starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan tells the story of actress Pamela Anderson and rocker Tommy Lee, who dealt with the fact that their sex tape became available online in the 1990s.
“Digital Original” is the term Parrot refers to as a multi-series series in which last season was first available on a streaming platform such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu or Disney +.
TV series № 1 overall in demand on the internet was “Sponge Bob Square Pants” with an average demand of 65.2 times.
Media Play News has teamed up with Parrot Analytics to give readers a weekly top 10 of the most popular digital original TV series in the United States, based on a firm’s patented metric called Demand Expressions, which measures demand for TV content in this market using a wide range of sources data including streaming video, social media activities, photo sharing, blogging, commenting on platforms for fan and critical appraisals, and uploading and broadcasting through peer-to-peer protocols and file-sharing sites. The results are compared to the average demand for TV shows of any kind on the market.
https://www.mediaplaynews.com/mandalorian-boba-fett-keep-top-spots-on-parrots-digital-originals-demand-chart/ “Mandalorian”, “Boba Fett” remain first in Parrot’s Digital Originals demand chart – Media Play News