The biggest streaming TV shows last month, from Netflix’s ‘Cobra Kai’ to Disney+’s ‘The Book of Boba Fett’

“The Book of Boba Fett.”

Each month, Parrot Analytics provides Insider with a list of the most in-demand original streaming shows.
Parrot’s list is ranked by how much more in demand the top series are than the average TV show in the US. 
Parrot Analytics measures audience demand, which reflects the desire of and engagement with, or overall popularity, of a series. 
Netflix’s “Cobra Kai” topped the list for January, while “The Book of Boba Fett” surged.

9. “Ted Lasso” (Apple TV+)

Times more in demand than average show: 28.69

Description: “Jason Sudeikis plays Ted Lasso, a small-time college football coach from Kansas hired to coach a professional soccer team in England, despite having no experience coaching soccer.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 95%

What critics said: “There is a gentleness to the show’s overall ethos, and if there was a risk the Emmy-nominated show from Apple TV+ might become too gentle now that Ted’s more obvious professional impediments have fallen away, Season 2 gives lie to that worry.” — Chicago Tribune (Season 2)

Season 2 premiered July 23 on Apple TV+. See more insights for “Ted Lasso.”

8. “The Expanse” (Amazon Prime Video)Wes Chatham in “The Expanse”

Times more in demand than average show: 29.66

Description: “Holden and the crew of the Rocinante fight alongside the Combined Fleet of Earth and Mars to protect the Inner Planets from Marco Inaros and his Free Navy’s campaign of death and destruction. Meanwhile, on a distant planet beyond the Rings, a new power rises.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 94%

What critics said: “It’s not exactly unfinished business, but this season is marked by the confidence of a show that’s got six seasons under its belt and still doesn’t particularly feel like stopping, no matter what any official announcement might say.” — Indiewire (Season 6)

Season 6 premiered December 10 on Prime Video. See more insights for “The Expanse.”

7. “Titans” (HBO Max)

Times more in demand than average show: 30.7

Description: “‘Titans’ follows young heroes from across the DC Universe as they come of age and find belonging in a gritty take on the classic Teen Titans franchise. Dick Grayson and Rachel Roth, a special young girl possessed by a strange darkness, get embroiled in a conspiracy that could bring Hell on Earth. Joining them along the way are the hot-headed Starfire and lovable Beast Boy. Together they become a surrogate family and team of heroes.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 86%

What critics said: “Busy as Titans already is with its proper members, pulling that sort of storytelling here might be a challenge that the series isn’t quite yet up to, though.” — io9 (Season 3)

Season 3 premiered on HBO Max in on August 12. See more insights for “Titans.

6. “Hawkeye” (Disney+)

Times more in demand than average show: 31.53

Description: “Marvel Studios’ ‘Hawkeye’ is an original new series set in post-blip New York City where former Avenger Clint Barton aka Hawkeye has a seemingly simple mission: get back to his family for Christmas.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 92%

What critics said: “For a series about a pair of sharpshooters, Hawkeye frustratingly misses the mark too often. Well, at least for viewers who aren’t its target audience.” — Financial Times (Season 2)

Season 1 premiered on Disney+ on November 24, 2021. See more insights for “Hawkeye.”

5. “Stranger Things” (Netflix)Millie Bobbie Brown as Eleven n Stranger Things.

Times more in demand than average show: 34.02

Description: “When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 93%

What critics said: “Despite the nerdy fun of ‘Stranger Things,’ its over-all pluckiness, the show reveals how the kids-save-the-day model represents a romantic but ultimately uneven idealism that has echoes in our current political moment.” — New Yorker (season 3)

Season 3 premiered July 4, 2019, on Netflix. See more insights for “Stranger Things.”

4. “The Mandalorian” (Disney+)”The Mandalorian”

Times more in demand than average show: 40.25

Description: “After the fall of the Empire, a lone gunfighter makes his way through the lawless galaxy.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 93%

What critics said: “Where Season 1 sometimes struggled to maintain a coherent arc, though, Season 2 has a higher-stakes narrative thrust that builds momentum more effectively.” — Sight and Sound (Season 2)

Season 2 premiered on Disney+ on October 30, 2020. See more insights for “The Mandalorian.”

3. “The Book of Boba Fett” (Disney+)”The Book of Boba Fett.”

Times more in demand than average show: 41.18

Description: “No longer just a hired gun, Boba Fett reinvents himself on Tatooine alongside Fennec Shand.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 82%

What critics said: “The spinoff of ‘The Mandalorian’ had an opportunity to expand what it meant to be a ‘Star Wars’ story, but it’s consistently stopped right at the edge of actual exploration.” — The Ringer (Season 1)

Season 1 premiered on Disney+ on December 29. See more insights for “The Book of Boba Fett.”

2. “The Witcher” (Netflix)

Times more in demand than average show: 51.66

Description: “Geralt of Rivia, a mutated monster-hunter for hire, journeys toward his destiny in a turbulent world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 81%

What critics said: “The show might not be important TV to many, but it’s charming, never boring and filled with interesting storylines, which is more than enough for fantasy lovers looking for entertainment that honors the genre.” — LA Weekly (season 2)

Season two premiered on Netflix December 17. See more insights for “The Witcher.”

1. “Cobra Kai” (Netflix)”Cobra Kai”

Times more in demand than average show: 70.01

Description: “Decades after the tournament that changed their lives, the rivalry between Johnny and Daniel reignites in this sequel to the ‘Karate Kid’ films.”

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 93%

What critics said: “This season of Cobra Kai delivers a dark, thrilling, complex, and funny end to the franchise, even if it opens the door to more stories.” — Observer (season 4)

Season 4 premiered December 31 on Netflix. Read more insights for “Cobra Kai.”

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