‘News’ posts

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (March 12–18, 2017)

Netflix’s Marvel’s Iron Fist had three times more demand compared to Marvel’s Luke Cage. Despite the apparent negative reviews, Iron Fist is the most in-demand digital original series in the United States. Luke Cage‘s steady demand was enough to make it the second-most in-demand series this week. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (March 5–11, 2017)

For the second week in a row, Rhett & Link’s Buddy System is the most in-demand digital original series. Its high demand is likely due to the appearance of The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik on Rhett and Link’s daily YouTube show earlier in the month, which drove demand for their Red series as well. However, demand has fallen by 37% since last week, suggesting that Buddy System will not remain the top show for long. In addition, few new digital originals have been released recently, allowing older titles like Buddy System to rise to the top. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (February 12-18, 2017)

This week the US rankings for digital originals series is largely the same compared to last week. Netflix’s Stranger Things is number one in the top digital original series chart in the United States, followed by Santa Clarita Diet with a -2% difference in demand. Amazon’s titles occupied the rest of the top five: The Man in the High Castle, The Grand Tour and The Path. The Grand Tour has slightly dropped in ranking (-1) compared to last week. It is noteworthy that the highest in-demand title from Netflix, Stranger Things, had 79% more demand than Amazon highest in-demand title, The Man in the High Castle. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (February 5-11, 2017)

The newly launched Santa Clarita Diet has allowed Netflix to dominate the top digital originals chart with seven entries, pushing The Crown outside of the top 10. The meat-cute horror comedy, starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, has come out on top on the digital originals chart, as well as making an appearance in the overall top shows chart in the United States. Santa Clarita Diet had 99% more demand than the nearest Amazon title. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (January 29 – February 4, 2017)

Though Netflix continued to dominate the top digital originals with six entries, Amazon Prime Video has challenged Netflix with three titles in the top five — The Grand Tour, The Man in the High Castle and a new series, Z: The Beginning of Everything, which all increased in demand by about 10% this week; while demand for Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events fell by 41% compared to last week. This allowed three Amazon titles to take second, fourth and fifth place. Sneaky Pete is the only Amazon title that isn’t in the top five, but still managed to gain 42% in terms of demand compared to last week. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (January 22–28, 2017)

Though Netflix continued to dominate the top digital originals with seven entries, Amazon Video challenged this supremacy with three titles in the top five. The Grand Tour, The Man in the High Castle, and Sneaky Pete all increased in demand by about 5% this week while demand for The OA fell by 20%, allowing the three Amazon titles to take second, third, and fourth place. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (January 15–21, 2017)

This week it is all about the new shows. Netflix’s Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events still reigns on the Digital Original chart this week: The dark family-oriented comedy had 125% more demand than the previous fan-favorite mystery drama The OA. The arrival of Amazon’s Sneaky Pete on January 13th, which sees a thirtysomething con man (Giovanni Ribisi) assume the identity of his cellmate, leapfrogged onto the chart with 43% more demand than Netflix’s Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency – another new entry in the chart. It is interesting to note that Amazon’s anchor show The Grand Tour is 24% more popular than Sneaky Pete. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (January 1–7, 2017)

Released on December 16th, The OA has emerged as Netflix’s latest hit. This mystery series had 36% more demand than Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle last week, and both titles ranked among the ten most popular series overall. Another science fiction series, new to Netflix, also attracted a lot of demand this week: Travelers (which originally aired on Showcase in Canada) had more than 50% more popularity than older hits such as Luke Cage, Fuller House, and The Crown. [Read more]