In its latest study about SVOD demand in Mexico, Parrot Analytics revealed which were the most outstanding series in the country during April. The company contextualized each title within the market by stating the show's performance as different from the average demand for a series in the market. A difference of 1x represents the market average and 10x means a series is ten times more in demand than the average TV show in this market.
“Moon Knight” topped the ranking of most in-demand streaming original series in Mexico for the month of April, with 20.76 times the demand of the average series. “Bridgerton” made a comeback in monthly rankings after its second season premiered on March 25, propelling the series up the list to take over second position with 13.18 times the average series demand.
“Our Flag Means Death” ranked as the fourth most in-demand original series in April with 11.93 times more demand than the average series in Mexico. The series has been a sleeper hit for HBO Max, and has been extolled for its anti-queer baiting storyline while fans around the world await news of the fate of the show's second season.
Meanwhile, “WandaVision” was the sixth most in-demand streaming original in Mexico and had 10.78 times the average series demand for the month of April. A surge in demand for the series was observed in the days leading up to the release of the new Marvel movie “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which premiered on May 5. According to Parrot, the upward demand trend for “WandaVision” is unsurprising, as “Doctor Strange” featured some characters and storylines that began in the show, so it was expected that Marvel fans would re-visit the series before watching the movie.
Rounding out the top ten list is Paramount's “Star Trek: Picard” in ninth place with 6.86 times the average series demand, after its second season concluded on May 5. It was followed by Netflix's “Maniac” in tenth place with 6.21 times more demand than the average series in Mexico for the month of April.