TV Demand: Stranger Things makes a return to the top

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Plus: The Handmaid’s Tale on SBS remained second

Stranger Things remains at the top of Australia’s digital originals for a second week. The season four finale of the sci-fi series aired on July 1 and has maintained momentum ever since. This past week, the show had a 27.7 point difference in Australia and a 17.47 point difference in New Zealand. 

The Handmaid’s Tale on SBS remained second in Australia’s digital originals and held the top position for a second week in New Zealand, coming in 23.97 and 18.02 points above the market average, respectively. The series also placed fourth on Australia and New Zealand’s overall TV shows.

Coming third in the Australian digital originals was Disney+ digital original, Andor. The new series is part of the Star Wars franchise and is a prequel to the Star Wars spin-off film Rogue One (2016). The series follows thief-turned-Rebel spy Cassian Andor during the five years leading up to the events of the film. In Australia, the show had a difference of 20.8 and 17.16 points in New Zealand. 

Over on Australia’s overall TV shows, House Of The Dragon topped the chart, moving from second to first, coming in 32.95 times more in demand than its competitors. Game of Thrones followed closely behind with 31.72 points above average.

New Zealand’s overall shows had a similar result, with House Of The Dragon coming first (31.8points), followed by Game of Thrones (23.17 points). The Walking Dead clocked third with 18.32 points, while Stranger Things came in at fifth with 17.47.

In its seventh week on screens, Disney + original, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, has moved to fourth in the Australian digital originals. Based on the Marvel Comics, the series follows Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), a lawyer specialising in cases involving superhumans, who also becomes the green superhero, She-Hulk. The series came in 20.29 points above average in Australia and 16.14 points in New Zealand.

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