"Love Life," starring Anna Kendrick, and the Elmo-hosted talk show, "The Not Too Late Show," are gaining buzz in the US, according to demand data from Parrot Analytics.
Global demand for unscripted television series — such as reality TV and documentaries — is way up in the United States compared to many other Western countries, per exclusive data from Parrot Analytics.
The proliferation of new services is letting fans discover programs they might never have come across, according to Parrot Analytics.
According to Parrot Analytics, Billions ranks at 99% in the drama genre, meaning the series has higher demand than 99% of all drama titles in the U.S.
'The Last Dance' was one of the 20 most in-demand shows in the world this week, according to Parrot Analytics.
The share of demand for Apple’s five month old SVOD service Apple TV+ is up over 10% since March 11, according to data firm Parrot Analytics.
This week, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness and Money Heist both continue to shoot up the US charts, while Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns to the overall Top 10.
From April 3 to 5, La Casa de Papel was 31.75 times more in demand than the average series globally, beating out such perennially popular series as Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Westworld, according to Parrot Analytics.
There’s no change in the three series most demanded by Americans this week. AMC’s The Walking Dead enjoys a second week with the highest digital TV demand ratings, while Nickelodeon’s Spongebob Squarepants and HBO’s Game Of Thrones remain second and third most demanded respectively. All three top shows showed a slight (less than 5%) decline in demand from last week.
Data firm Parrot Analytics gave Business Insider some insight into how "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness" stacks up against some of Netflix's most "in-demand" true-crime docuseries debuts of the last few years.
AMC’s zombie drama The Walking Dead is America’s most demanded series this week. Rising in demand for a third week in a row, it is now more in demand than last week’s no. 1, Nickelodeon’s Spongebob Squarepants.
In this week’s TV demand chart, Nickelodeon’s Spongebob Squarepants remains the most demanded series in the USA. The ever-demanded cartoon sponge is joined by rising demand for FOX’s animated sitcom The Simpsons and live-action sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Both shows re-enter the top ten this week, up from 11th and 16th last week respectively. The increased popularity of these shows could indicate that with the current global pandemic, US audiences are increasingly turning to light-hearted content.