United States Streaming TV Ratings Top 10 (March 26 – April 1, 2017)

3 April, 2017

International streaming TV ratings are now possible thanks to our sophisticated global demand measurement system. In the USA, 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.

There are two new titles this week: 13 Reasons Why and Trailer Park Boys – both from Netflix and ranked sixth and seventh by demand, respectively. 13 Reasons Why is based on a young adult novel of the same title. The drama series premiered on March 31 and had 17% more demand compared to Daredevil. Our streaming tv ratings also reveal that the comedy series Trailer Park Boys had 10% more demand compared to Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle.

Finales changed the title ranking overall. After twelve successful seasons, Bones ended on March 28: High demand for this event caused it to rise to be the tenth most in-demand show in the US. HBO’s Big Little Lies also reappeared in the top ten as it heads toward a conclusion at the start of April.


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