Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (May 14 – May 20, 2017)

This week it is all about the new shows: Netflix’s Master of None has reappeared in the chart this week when new episodes aired on May 12. The comedy series has been propelled to the third position and surpassed Orange is the New Black by 10% in demand this week. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is the tenth-most in-demand series this week because new episodes premiered on May 19. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (May 7 – May 13, 2017)

The top three digital original series chart in the US is largely unchanged compared to last week with Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why keeping its #1 spot, followed by The Handmaid’s Tale from Hulu. Orange is the New Black is ranked as the third-most in-demand series this week (the title’s demand has shot up due to the recent hack). However, the average demand for the teen drama series lost approximately 20% compared to last week while the dystopian drama series lost just 5% in demand. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (April 23 – April 29, 2017)

This week, a Hulu original series is number two in the top digital original series chart in the United States. The television adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale had 11% more demand compared to Netflix’s Bill Nye Saves the World, which was released on April 21. The first three episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale premiered on April 26, with subsequent episodes added on a weekly basis. Compared to demand changes from last week, 13 Reasons Why ranks first despite losing 11% in demand. In addition, Netflix’s The Last Kingdom was the only series in the top five that gained in demand (+37%), while Marvel’s Iron Fist suffered the largest reduction in demand (-13%) compared to last week. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (April 16 – April 22, 2017)

This week, Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why was the number one title in the top digital original series chart in the United States. We have now observed this teen drama series topping the digital original series chart three times in a row, as well being at the top of the overall series chart two weeks in a row. But despite this series having five times more demand than Marvel’s Iron Fist, it suffered a 13% drop in demand, compared to last week. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (April 9 – April 15, 2017)

This week, Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why was the number one title in the top digital original series chart in the United States. The teen drama series had five times the demand of Marvel’s Iron Fist. In addition, the release of part 2 of the Baz Luhrmann-produced Netflix series The Get Down on April 7 surpassed The Last Kingdom by 10% in demand for the week. Orange is the New Black stayed in the top five this week after the release of the teaser trailer for the new season on April 11. Furthermore, Trailer Park Boys was ranked eighth by demand but lost nearly half of its demand compared to last week. 13 Reasons Why is ranked the most popular title in the overall chart this week; the teen drama had 14% more demand compared to The Walking Dead. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (April 2 – April 8, 2017)

New and returning series dominated both the digital original chart and the overall chart in the United States this week. Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, a mystery teen drama, had more than twice as much demand as Iron Fist. Elsewhere in the top five, the new season of Trailer Park Boys has gained recognition, ranking above Luke Cage; the superhero series’ demand fell by 7% compared to last week. The other returning series is The Get Down, rounding out the top ten chart this week. [Read more]

Top 10 Most In-Demand Shows in the US (March 26 – April 1, 2017)

Netflix’s Iron Fist is still the most in-demand digital original series in the United States. However, demand has fallen by 74% since last week, suggesting that Iron Fist will not remain the top show for long. Nevertheless, the freshman superhero series had three times as much as demand compared to Grace and Frankie; the new season of this dramedy series from Friends’ creator Marta Kauffman surpasses Marvel’s Luke Cage by 55% in demand this week. Luke Cage has also gained traction (likely due to Iron Fist), ranking above Hulu’s The Path. Netflix’s Orange is the New Black remained in the top five, but demand fell by 14% compared to last week. [Read more]