TV Demand: 1923 and The Last Of Us come out on top

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The Mandalorian lingers at second ahead of season three

Paramount+ digital original series, 1923 has skyrocketed to the top of the TV Demand charts with a difference of 20.38 points in Australia and 10.8 in New Zealand. The series is a prequel to Paramount’s series Yellowstone and serves as a sequel to the series 1883. In February 2023, the series was renewed for a second season, with the series set to run for two seasons with eight episodes each.

The Mandalorian came in second in Australia but missed the mark in New Zealand. After a two-year hiatus, season three is approaching, with the premiere set to air on March 1 on Disney+. Season three is set to pick up the tale of Din Djarin after his rather large cameo in The Book Of Boba Fett, which saw him and Grogu reunite.

New Zealand’s second top show in digital originals was True And The Rainbow Kingdom. The animated series follows True and her best friend, Bartleby the Cat, as they help the whimsical citizens of the Rainbow Kingdom.

In Australia, Netflix’s Stranger Things remains a force to be reckoned with as it sits comfortably at third in Australia’s digital original charts. As pre-production for Stranger Things season 5 continues, Noah Schnapp revealed that the final season of the hit Netflix series will begin filming in May, according to ScreenRant.

In overall TV shows, The Last Of Us topped the Australian and New Zealand charts, with 28.52 and 20.43 points, respectively. Based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog, the series is set in 2023, twenty years into a global pandemic caused by a mass fungal infection, which forces its hosts to transform into zombie-like creatures and collapse society.

Married At First Sight came second in Australia’s overall shows, followed by The Voice (US). In New Zealand, Love Island UK came second, followed by Yellowstone in the TV demand charts.

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