Black Mirror was the most in-demand digital original in Hungary for the week ending October 7, in a list heavily comprising Netflix titles, according to Parrot Analytics’ latest statistics.
Parrot Analytics analyses the demand for recent popular digital titles across international markets, based on the application of artificial intelligence to expressions of demand across social media, fan sites, peer-to-peer protocols and file-sharing platforms.
Parrot’s list of the top 10 digital originals in the Hungarian market for the week October 1 – 7 was dominated by Netflix, which accounted for seven of the 10 most-popular shows – Black Mirror leading the way with 433,500 demand expressions.
Netflix’s Stranger Things placed second with 369.600 demand expressions, followed by BoJack Horseman in third with a demand score of 284,300 and then Orange is the New Black with an average of 282,000 demand expressions.
Amazon Prime Video’s The Man in the High Castle, the first non-Netflix original on the list, ranked fifth with a demand score of 219,100, while Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale followed in sixth place.
The only other non-Netflix title to appear on the list was Hulu’s Castle Rock in tenth place, slightly behind Netflix’s and Colombia-set drug-trafficking drama Narcos. The seventh and eight spots were occupied by 13 Reasons Why and Gilmore Girls: A Year in Life, respectively.
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19th January 2019