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Presented below is the section for Mexico from The Global Television Demand Report. Enjoy!
Mexico digital original genre and subgenre preferences
- Mexico had the largest share of demand for action/adventure originals of markets in this report. Over a fifth of Mexican demand for digital original series was for an action/adventure original in 2021.
- Mexican audiences also gave a larger share of demand for animated digital originals than any other market in this report, with an 8.3% share in 2021.
- The 5.4% share of demand for children’s series in Mexico is the third largest share of demand for the genre in this report and above the global average (4.0%).
- Superhero series was the most in-demand digital original subgenre in Mexico in 2021. Additionally it had the largest lead in this report over the second ranked subgenre, sci-fi drama, which had 40% less demand in2021.
- Sci-fi action was the 6th most in-demand digital original subgenre in Mexico in 2021. This was the highest rank it achieved across all markets in this report.
- The comedy drama subgenre found success in Mexico this year. It was the third most in-demand subgenre for the year and ranked higher in only the US in this report.
Mexico platform demand share and digital originals demand distribution
- Mexican audiences expressed the largest share of demand for Disney+ originals out of all markets in this report. With a 15.2% demand share, it is more than double the global average for Disney+. Disney+ content has remained consistently popular in Mexico. Last year, when the platform had a 7.7% share of demand, it was still more than double Disney+’s global share of demand for the year.
- Local platform Blim has succeeded in the face of growing competition this year. It grew its demand share to 3.7% in 2021 from 3.3% in 2020.
- Paramount+ content has struggled to find fans in Mexico. The platform’s 2.6% share of demand for original series in Mexico was the smallest in this report and behind even local platform, Blim.
- In both Mexico and Brazil, WandaVision was the most in-demand digital original of 2021. In Mexico it had 19.04 times the average series demand.
- High demand for animation in Mexico spans multiple genres. Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation(anime), Animaniacs(cartoon), and Invincible(action) all ranked higher in Mexico than in any other market in this report.
- The Mexican mystery thriller, ¿Quiénmatóa Sara?, had high demand in its home market where it ranked as the 47th most in-demand digital original for the year.
Mexico platform demand share for drama and action/adventure digital originals
- Netflix original dramas captured a majority of demand for original dramas in Mexico. Netflix’s 54.3% of demand for dramas in Mexico was above its global share of demand for the year (51.3%).
- Amazon Prime Video saw an impressive late year surge in its share of demand for original dramas. It ended the year on a high note with 16.2% of demand for original dramas in December.
- Local platform Blim carved out a respectable 2.9% share of demand for original dramas in Mexico this year.
- Audiences in Mexico gave the largest share of attention to action/adventure originals from Disney+ this year (54.4%). Mexico was the only market in this report where action/adventure originals from Disney+ made up a majority of demand in the genre.
- Netflix has been negatively impacted the most by the success of Disney+ in Mexico. Mexico was the only market in this report where Netflix has a share of demand for action/adventure originals lower than 20%.
- A love of the superhero genre in Mexico helped propel HBO Max to a greater share of demand than Netflix for three months this year (August–October).
Top digital original series in Mexico
Here are the top 20 most in-demand streaming original series in 2021 across all platforms:
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