TV Demand: Amazon scores a clean sweep with The Wheel Of Time

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• The series is based on Robert Jordan’s novel series of the same name

This week Amazon Prime Video’s The Wheel Of Time has made a clean sweep of the charts, topping all four.

The series is based on Robert Jordan‘s novel series of the same name, and tells the story of Moiraine (Rosamund Pike), a member of the Aes Sedai, an organization of women who can use magic called the One Power. Moiraine takes a group of four people on a journey around the world, believing one of them might be the reincarnation of the Dragon – a powerful individual predicted to either save the world or destroy it.

This week The Wheel Of Time came in at 28.43 points above market average in Australia and 25.05 points above market average in New Zealand.

The Mandalorian is still riding high off the back of set photos from the highly anticipated third season being released, involving a mysterious new character.

Disappointingly for fans, the third season won’t be dropping in 2021 despite the show historically releasing episodes as the year draws to a close. That hasn’t stopped the show coming in at second on the Australian digital original chart, and third in New Zealand.

This week The Mandalorian came in at 22.56 points above market average in Australia and 10.27 points above market average in New Zealand.

Off the back of wrapping their second season, Ted Lasso is still getting some love. The Apple+ hit topped all four charts as its second season ended, but it has still claimed third place on the digital original charts in Australia, and second across the ditch.

In the show, American Ted Lasso is a coach of college-level American soccer team. He finds himself recruited to coach an English Premier League team, AFC Richmond, despite having absolutely no experience in that level of the game.

Finally, much loved kids cartoon Bluey has come in seventh overall in Australia as the third season launches.

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