Hot Sheet: Digital Demand Oct. 9 to 15, 2018

Big Mouth leads the list, followed by The Man In The High Castle at #2, and Ozark at #3.

Man in the High CastleThe week of Oct. 9 to 15 saw Netflix’s animated series Big Mouth take the top spot on Parrot Analytics Digital Originals list. Meanwhile, Amazon Prime Video’s The Man In The High Castle (pictured) followed close behind at #2, while Netflix’s Ozark landed at #3. In fourth place, The Handmaid’s Tale (Bravo/CraveTV), which is service-produced by Toronto’s Take 5 Productions and Whizbang Films, attracted an average of 1,837,503 demand expressions.

Top 10 Digital Originals: Canada

1. Big Mouth (Netflix): 2,341,114 avg. demand expressions

2. The Man In The High Castle (Amazon Prime Video): 2,109,518

3. Ozark (Netflix):2,037,937

4. The Handmaid’s Tale (Bravo/CraveTV):1,837,503

5. Stranger Things (Netflix): 1,803,877

6. Star Trek: Discovery (Space/CraveTV):1,691,646

7. Marvel’s Daredevil (Netflix): 1,496,568

8. The Haunting Of Hill House (Netflix): 1,398,062

9. Orange Is The New Black (Netflix): 1,291,391

10. Castle Rock (Space/CraveTV): 1,251,066

Top 10 Overall TV Shows: Canada

1. The Walking Dead: 4,571,931 avg. demand expressions

2. Riverdale: 4,158,023

3. American Horror Story: 4,041,232

4. Saturday Night Live: 3,941,656

5. Grey’s Anatomy: 3,398,372

6. This Is Us: 3,278,814

7. The Good Place: 3,206,623

8. Game Of Thrones: 3,159,461

9. The Flash: 3,106,297

10. Doctor Who: 3,045,780

The Digital Demand Hot Sheets do not reflect views on proprietary SVODs like Netflix, CraveTV or Amazon Prime Video. The shows listed have been ranked using Parrot Analytics’ global measurement standard, Demand Expressions, which measures demand and engagements through tracking of file-sharing and P2P platforms, social media chatter on sites like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, and other online engagement. The content is weighted by importance. For example, a video stream is scored higher than a like on social media. From Parrot Analytics, the top streaming shows for the week of Oct. 9 to 15, 2018. 

Image: Amazon.ca