TV Demand: The Mandalorian makes an appearance as season three set photos are released

The Mandalorian

• The Mandalorian spent ten weeks at the top of the charts after the release of a second season

The Mandalorian spent ten weeks strong at the top of the charts after the release of a second season, until it was unseated by Cobra Kai all the way back in January. It returned to the top of the Australian digital originals chart this week.

The spike comes as set photos from the highly anticipated third season have been released, involving a mysterious new character.

The Mandalorian was a huge hit for Disney+, and while it didn’t stay in the number one position throughout the entire calendar year of 2020, it started and ended the year reigning supreme. 

Coming off the back of the season three finale, What We Do In The Shadows has topped the overall Australian chart.

The show is an American mockumentary comedy horror television series created by Flight of the ConchordsJemaine Clement. The series is based on the 2014 film of the same name written by Clement and Taika Waititi

The series follows four vampire roommates in Staten Island. In August 2021, What We Do In The Shadows was renewed for a fourth season, ahead of the third season premiere.

Across the ditch, New Zealand is still loving Ted Lasso. The Apple+ hit topped all four charts as its third season wrapped up, but it still has a stronghold on News Zealand’s digital original chart.

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.

Season two explores the titular character’s mental health and drills down into what makes each character tick.

Overall in New Zealand, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver won out, with people tuning in to see John Oliver tear into the Avatar sequels. “Take your time on those, James Cameron. No one gives a shit. I will give anyone in this audience $1,000 right now if they remember either of these characters’ names,” he joked.

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