The Orville steals second place from the Boys
Netflix had its thirteenth consecutive week at the top of the TV demand charts with sci-fi series Strange things. Despite airing the season four finale on July 1, the series has maintained its traction since then, hitting 80.23 points above average in Australia and 42.22 points in New Zealand last week.
Hulu’s The Orville overtook Amazon Prime The boys in the Australian and New Zealand Digital Originals after nine weeks at number two. Created by and featuring Seth McFarlane, season three of The Orville was better received by critics compared to its previous seasons. Last week the star trek inspired series had a difference of 23.18 from the market average in Australia and 17.77 in New Zealand.
The boys saw a slight decline, slipping from second to third in Digital Originals. The third season of the superhero series still remains a popular choice for TV fanatics, scoring 21.05 above average in Australia and 16.94 in New Zealand.
In all TV shows, You better call Saul continues his winning streak, placing second in Australia (31.68) and New Zealand (25.61). The breaking Bad spin-off sparked the popularity of the original show, with breaking Bad ranking third in Australia, with a difference of 23.91 and seventh in New Zealand with 16.52.
Hulu’s second season jumps from fifth to fourth Only murders in the building, with 20.67 points above the Australian average. The series is a detective comedy that follows three strangers played by Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, who share an obsession for a true crime podcast. The series has been renewed for a third season.
In all TV shows, game of thrones finished fourth in Australia (23.7) and third in New Zealand (18.01), while The Orville finished fifth in Australia (23.18) and fourth in New Zealand (17.77).