‘Sweet Tooth,’ ‘Why Women Kill’ & More Shows on the Rise in June

Sweet Tooth, Why Women Kill, Elite
Netflix, Paramount+, Netflix

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.)

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Here are the stats for those shows and June’s other big risers.

Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth (Netflix)

Month-on-month % increase: 636.6%


Loki (Disney+)

Month-on-month % increase: 199.1%

Amazon Prime

Panic (Prime Video)

Month-on-month % increase: 199.0%

Love, Victor

Love, Victor (Hulu)

Month-on-month % increase: 180.1%

The Kominsky Method

The Kominsky Method (Netflix)

Month-on-month % increase: 151.3%

Why Women Kill
Amazon Prime

Why Women Kill (Paramount+)

Month-on-month % increase: 105.1%


Elite (Netflix)

Month-on-month % increase: 93.2%

Amazon Prime

Bosch (Prime Video)

Month-on-month % increase: 78.0%


Lucifer (Netflix)

Month-on-month % increase: 55.1%


Atypical (Netflix)

Month-on-month % increase: 50.0%

June 2021 Fastest Risers
Parrot Analytics