TV Demand: The Mandalorian claims top spot after five weeks at #2

tv demand: the mandalorian

• The Book of Boba Fett falls to second after six weeks at the top

The Mandalorian has narrowly claimed the top spot in the Australian TV demand charts with 21.86 points, overtaking The Book of Boba Fett with 21.14 points, who held the top position for six weeks.

In New Zealand’s TV demand charts, The Book of Boba Fett maintains the number one spot with 17.66 points above market average, followed closely by The Mandalorian (13.57) in the digital originals and South Park (15.37) in the overall TV shows.

Paramount Plus’ 1883 maintains its #3 spot in Australia’s digital originals with 16.99 points.

HBO Max’s season two finale of Euphoria aired on February 27, placing it third in Australia’s overall TV shows with 20.85 points and fourth in New Zealand’s overall charts with 14.31 points above market average. The show has been renewed for a third season, confirmed by an Instagram post on the official Euphoria page.

Apple TV+ original, Ted Lasso climbed the charts going from eighth to fourth with 16.7 points in Australia’s digital originals as the season three production begins. Season one of the feel-good show landed twenty Emmy nominations, the most Emmy nominations any first-year show has ever received. A return date for season three has not yet been confirmed.

Hulu’s Pam & Tommy, a narrative series that retells the fallout from the leaked sex tape between Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, has risen to fifth in both the Australian and New Zealand digital original charts. The show was 15.4 and 10.82 points above average respectively, as Pamela Anderson took to Instagram to announce she will be releasing a Netflix documentary on her life.

The statement reads: “My life. A thousand imperfections. A million misperceptions. Wicked, wild and lost. Nothing to live up to. I can only surprise you. Not a victim, but a survivor. And alive to tell the real story.”

Attack on Titan placed fourth in Australia’s overall TV shows and third in New Zealand, while Reacher placed third in New Zealand’s original series.

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