‘Sweet Tooth,’ ‘Why Women Kill’ & More Shows on the Rise in June
Streaming platforms often keep their viewership numbers top-secret, but Parrot Analytics has its finger on streaming TV demand. Looking at month-over-month gains from May to June, the Netflix fantasy drama Sweet Tooth was far and away the winner, enjoying a sevenfold spike in demand. (It debuted June 4.) Coming in a distant second: the Disney+ superhero series Loki—but don’t forget that this ranking measures the increase in demand, and interest around Loki has been sky-high for months now. (Check out the reports for April and May.)
Meanwhile, the demand for the anthology series Why Women Kill (Season 2 premiered June 3) marks a win for original content on Paramount+, since it’s typically series from the Star Trek franchise that dominate demand on the platform formerly known as CBS All Access.
Here are the stats for those shows and June’s other big risers.