Data from Parrot Analytics confirms the ‘slow burn’ of For All Mankind isn’t hurting the show. According to the data, people are giving this one a chance and it’s paying off as the show’s demand grew significantly in its first seven days. From November 1-7, per capita demand for the series grew by 97.6% in the U.S., 147% in the UK and 220% in Canada.
Furthermore, the series has high global Momentum, which is defined as the cumulative demand for titles that have been trending upwards in demand this year, indexed to the average momentum of the genre. For All Mankind has 3.75 times more Momentum than the average title in the drama genre. Only 10% of all shows reach this high level of Momentum.
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