“Obi-Wan Kenobi,” the Star Wars prequel, has topped Ms Marvel alongside “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” in terms of audiences' attention as cited by a survey conducted by Parrot Analytics. In the matter of the fact, “Obi-Wan Kenobi” has been engaged in a rattling battle over views with Disney+ series “Ms Marvel” and Paramount Studio’s “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” however, the series had turned out to be the world’s most in-demand series of the second quarter.
According to Parrot Analytics, the Disney+ prequel of “Star Wars” had attracted nearly 75.6 times more attentions in contrast to average series across the globe since its premiere on May 27. The Parrot Analytics’ data was based on consumer research, downloads, social media discussion alongside other engagements related to the series.
On top of that, latest data from Parrot Analytics indicates that the “Obi-Wan Kenobi” has been leading the tally of global demands in a highly competitive streaming media industry, while Paramount’s other series which had been premiered on second quarter of 2022, appeared to be miles behind the “Star Wars” prequel.
“Obi-Wan Kenobi” becomes the most in-demand globally
Apart from that, among other achievements, the weightiest gain for “Obi-Wan Kenobi” had been its aptitude to beat the demand of Disney+ Marvel, said an official of Parrot Analytics who had been involved in the survey.
Nevertheless, Ms Marvel had shelved a 46.2-times more consumer engagement compared to average series. Aside from that, “Obi-Wan Kenobi” had received a number of positive reviews from the critics, as the “Star Wars” prequel had been rated 7.1 by IMDb audiences, while Rotten Tomatoes critics had rated the series at a flabbergasting 83 per cent.