It’s now 13 weeks in a row that The Mandalorian has reigned supreme on top of the TV Demand charts in Australia and New Zealand with no shows able to close the gap between the Disney+ original and the rest of the field.
This week Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the Witcher are the closest to knocking off the reigning champ but there is still a sizeable gap between them and the top spot.
Generally, it has been a fairly quiet week with no stand out new entries to join the charts in either market. Considering the trends established in 2019 it is likely that the show that will usurp the Mandalorian has not joined the charts yet. Considering last year was mostly dominated by three shows in Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, and The Mandalorian with Brooklyn Nine-Nine also spending time at #1 it will take quite the circuit breaker to take that top spot.
Potentially it could be the return of Stranger Things which released a teaser trailer for the show’s fourth season on Feburary 14.
As seen by the above table Stranger Things was by far the Top Digital original in Australia last year, only edged out overall by the final season of Game of Thrones.
Traditionally Stranger Things generally comes out mid-year with the latest release being season two which was released in October 2017. Can Manadlorian last that long? Or will another show take its spot before then?