It seems like their season 2 is going great than the previous one. Narcos: Mexico season 2 premiered on Netflix on this Thursday and there are already signs that it could be the biggest entry yet in the Narcos series.
The very latest season far outpaced the first season of Narcos: Mexico and the three seasons of the original Narcos in the audience demand in the US, according to Parrot Analytics.
The company measures demand expressions, and it is a globally standardized TV measurement unit that reflects a show’s viewership, engagement, and also desire weighted by importance.
Parrot Analytics traced the whole US audience demand for the current season of Narcos: Mexico, two days ahead of its release and they found out that it was 40% higher than the demand for their first season in the same period.
It was also nearly five times higher than the demand for Narcos season three, five times higher than Narcos season two, and then 39 times higher than Season one.
It seems like that the series is going great in the foreign market and this is to be expected by the series cause it is perfect.
The Analytics said that it is very impressive for a series to be able to steadily grow its demand over time and their demand data backs up Netflix’s investment in the franchise. It seems good the status of the second season of Narcos: Mexico.
The Narcos franchise has also been a hit critic. The current season has a 100% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes based on just five reviews so far.
The first season of this series received an 89% critic score and the average critic score of all the three seasons of Narcos is 89%.
Let’s hope the best for them.