‘WandaVision’ Beats Out ‘The Mandalorian’ for Most Popular TV Show

‘WandaVision’ Beats Out ‘The Mandalorian’ for Most Popular TV Show

The cast of WandaVision in Episode 6

‘WandaVision’ Beats Out ‘The Mandalorian’ for Most Popular TV Show. Marvel’s first Disney+ Original Series, WandaVision has been a hit for Marvel Studios and Disney+ since the premiere of the series and fans are in agreement that it just keeps getting better as we dive deeper into the story.

Parrot Analytics recently ran a study comparing data based on social media, fan ratings, and piracy data to determine how in-demand various entertainment titles are currently and found that WandaVision is currently the most in-demand television series around the world, unseating Star Wars The Mandalorian.

The study showed that WandaVision was heavily popular after its initial release, but the premiere of episodes 4 and 5 caused the series to shoot straight up to the #1 spot.

Insight Analyst at Parrot Analytics Wade Payson-Denney shared the correlation between prolonged popularity and release styles sharing, “When we see a binge release series like we do on Netflix [The Crown, Bridgerton, Cobra Kai, The Queen’s Gambit, Tiger King, etc], we’re seeing demand skyrocket at first for like a week. They really pop up at first but quickly trail off. It’s a quick hit for these streamers. Whereas with weekly release [like on Disney+], we see popularity gradually build over time, especially for a show like The Mandalorian and WandaVision.”

Are you enjoying WandaVision so far? What surprises do you think are in store for the series? We would love to hear about them in the comments. Be sure to check back here at Chip and Co. for updates and all things Marvel and Disney+!

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