#SaveLucifer trended on Twitter after Fox canceled this urban fantasy series in 2018. Netflix answered the call, renewing the show for two more seasons.
9. Gotham: 1634%
Cameron Monaghan won Choice TV Villain at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards for his role as proto-Joker twin brothers in this Fox crime drama set in the Batman universe.
8. Suits: 1930%
The duchess formerly known as Meghan Markle starred on this USA legal drama for seven of its nine seasons, playing paralegal-turned-partner Rachel Zane.
7. Arrow: 1971%
The CW’s breakout DC Comics adaptation begat the Arrowverse, which now includes The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Batwoman, one of which ranks even higher on this list.
6. Pretty Little Liars: 1996%
This Freeform teen drama, based on the novel series of the same name by Sara Shepard, inspired two TV spinoffs—Ravenswood and Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists—as well as Turkish and Indonesian versions.
5. Vikings: 2128%
This History drama—inspired by the sagas of legendary Viking Ragnar Lothbok—is airing its sixth and final season, but Netflix has already ordered a sequel series titled Vikings: Valhalla.
4. Stranger Things: 2263%
Netflix announced in July that 18 million households had finished the third season of this nostalgia-driven sci-fi thriller over just four day.
3. The Flash: 2795%
The CW’s second Arrowverse series has spawned novels, guidebooks, video games, web series, an official Tumblr account, and an audio series.
2. The Walking Dead: 3938%
In its third season, AMC’s zombie drama became the first cable series in TV history to rank No. 1 in the 18-to-49 demographic among all shows in the fall season, and it rose in viewership for two more two seasons.
1. Game Of Thrones: 5974%
Even after a critically-panned eighth and final season, HBO’s epic drama broke the record for most Emmy nominations earned in a single year with its 32 nods this July.
You can probably guess some of the most in-demand TV series of the 2010s—especially if the words demogorgon and Daenerys don’t sound like gobbledygook to you—but other shows in Parrot Analytics’ top 10 of the decade might surprise you.
Geek-friendly genre fare reigns supreme, for example, and one show in this pantheon even got the ax from its original network before finding a new home on Netflix.
From 'The Mandalorian' to 'Atypical' and 'Castle Rock,' these are the top titles in streaming right now.
For the ranking, Parrot Analytics compared each show’s total global demand since 2015—the year the company started collecting data—to the average global demand for a 2010s-era TV show in the same period.
Scroll through the slides above to see the top 10 of the decade, along with the levels to which they’ve exceeded average demand.