It’s not quite the Millenium Falcon, but Mando’s ship is pretty cool (at least now that it’s been put back together — darn Jawas). It’s definitely gotten him and Baby Yoda out of some sticky situations, and it’s able to function after taking plenty of damage. The Razor Crest is quite a trooper, all things considered.
10. The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance
Netflix’s dark fantasy series—a prequel to the 1982 Jim Henson film—beat out all the Apple TV+ series with its 22.4 million expressions.
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9. Good Omens
The Amazon/BBC miniseries, starring David Tennant as a demon and Michael Sheen as an angel, scored 23.6 million expressions.
8. BoJack Horseman
This Netflix animated comedy is still riding high after the release of half of its sixth season, with 25.4 million expressions.
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7. The Boys
Amazon’s twisted superhero comedy landed a respectable 26 million expressions.
This Netflix coming-of-age dramedy—starring Keir Gilchrist as a teen with autism—scored 26.6 million expressions.
Even six months after its most recent episodes started streaming on Netflix, this supernatural drama pulled in 26.8 million expressions.
4. Castle Rock
The Hulu psychological drama set in the world of Stephen King’s oeuvre returned on October 23—with a new tale based on Misery—and raked in 31.2 million expressions.
3. The Mandalorian
Disney+’s Star Wars series made a stellar debut with 39.9 million expressions.
The DC Universe superhero saga earned 57.0 million expressions, thanks in part to its Season 2 finale and Season 3 renewal.
1. Stranger Things
Netflix’s sci-fi horror hit scored 101.6 million expressions in its 21st week at the top of the chart.
Streaming platforms are famously secretive about their viewership data, so it’s a good thing Parrot Analytics is measuring demand expressions—i.e. the total audience demand being expressed—for the major streamers.