- Netflix's "The Witcher" is the most in-demand TV show in the world, according to data company Parrot Analytics.
- The fantasy series dethroned Disney Plus' "The Mandalorian" as the top global series.
- "The Witcher" is also one of Netflix's most popular series in the US, second only to "Stranger Things," the streaming company said on Monday.
- "The Witcher" is a hit with audiences despite poor reviews from critics.
The show, which arrived on Netflix on December 20, passed Disney Plus' "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian" as the top show in the world the week of December 22 to December 28. "The Witcher" was also the top show in the US with nearly 127 million demand expressions compared to "The Mandalorian's" 115 million demand expressions in the US that week.
It's an impressive start for "The Witcher" considering the popularity of "The Mandalorian," which had dethroned Netflix's "Stranger Things" as the most in-demand streaming series in the US last month, breaking its 21-week streak at the top of Parrot Analytics' charts.
"The Witcher" is also one of Netflix's most popular series in the US, second only to "Stranger Things."