- This week’s most in-demand streaming shows include Netflix’s
“Narcos: Mexico” and “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”
- “Big Mouth” returned to the list this week after a brief
“Narcos” is gaining momentum with audiences with a new iteration
of the Netflix crime drama, “Narcos: Mexico,” which premiered
earlier this month.
Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a
list of the five most “in-demand” TV shows on streaming services.
The data is based on “demand
expressions,” the globally standardized TV demand measurement
unit from Parrot Analytics. Audience demand reflects the desire,
engagement, and viewership weighted by importance, so a stream or
download is a higher expression of demand than a “like” or comment
on social media.
This week’s most in-demand shows also include Netflix’s
“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (which
remains at the top for the third week), Marvel’s “Daredevil,”
and “Big Mouth,” which returns to the list after
a brief hiatus, knocking “House of Cards” off the list.
Below are this week’s five most popular shows on Netflix
and other streaming services:
5. “Big Mouth” (Netflix)
Average demand expressions: 22,899,417
friends find their lives upended by the wonders and horrors of
Rotten Tomatoes critic score (Season 2):
What critics said: “By normalizing experiences
many kids feel embarrassed about, the series is actively advocating
for their emotional well-being.” — Ben Travers,
Season 2 premiered on Netflix October 5.
4. “Marvel’s Daredevil” (Netflix)
Average demand expressions: 32,506,091
as a young boy, Matt Murdock fights injustice by day as a lawyer
and by night as the Super Hero Daredevil in Hell’s Kitchen, New
Rotten Tomatoes critic score (Season
What critics said: “What’s clear is that
[showrunner Erik] Oleson and his staff course-correct after an
over-crowded second season, returning the focus to the people who
live in this story.” — Allison Shoemaker,
Season 3 premiered on Netflix October 19.
3. “Narcos: Mexico” (Netflix)
Average demand expressions: 34,281,302
description: “Witness the birth of the Mexican drug
war in the 1980s as a gritty new ‘Narcos’ saga chronicles the true
story of the Guadalajara cartel’s ascent.”
Rotten Tomatoes critic score (Season 1):
What critics said: “It thrives when diving into
the logistical ways the cartel system was constructed-through
violence, manipulation, bribery, and canny scheming and
double-crosses and the DEA’s resultant attempts to navigate an
intrinsically-crooked environment.” — Nick Schager,
The Daily Beast
Season 1 premiered on Netflix November 16.
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The top 5 TV shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week