Rick And Morty climbs higher and She-Ra's finale enters the digital original chart in a new, improved top ten!
The charts this week show the impact of The CW's biggest titles getting delayed to 2021, plus the rise of Netflix's Outer Banks.
Disney's efforts for Star Wars Day (May the 4th) help Star Wars series dominate the demand charts, Rick And Morty rises further with the return of Season 4.
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Animated shows dominate the charts this week as Star Wars: The Clone Wars becomes the most in-demand series in the US, while Rick and Morty returns to the top 10.
ESPN and Netflix’s The Last Dance is already a certified global hit.
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'The Last Dance' was one of the 20 most in-demand shows in the world this week, according to Parrot Analytics.
This week SpongeBob SquarePants returns to the top spot in the overall charts, while Star Wars: The Clone Wars makes its first appearance as America's number one digital original.
‘Tiger King’ reaches the top of the US demand charts, ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ climbs the ranks, and Netflix reports a record-breaking quarter.
"According to demand data from Parrot Analytics, 'The Mandalorian' has officially become the most in-demand series in the world, surpassing 'Game of Thrones', 'Stranger Things', and other popular competitors."
"Observers increasingly believe it is inevitable that the era of bundled streamers is near as households tire of paying an average $107 a month for cable."