The Attack of the Giants 4 is currently the most sought-after TV series in the United Stateswith about twice the streaming demand compared to WandaVision and The Mandalorian. For the last week of January, the MAPPA series saw impressive numbers online and recorded even more interactions than Saturday Night Live.

The news comes straight from Parrot analysisthat reports data based on the number of online searches, social interactions, data sharing and other details. According to reports The attack by the giants is one hundred to ten times more necessary than a television series broadcast in the United States, almost twice as high as with WandaVision and The Mandalorian. Below you can see the ranking with all the details.

The talk of "sharing" is of course complex when many series are not broadcast on television channels. As a result, Parrot Analytics has always relied on alternative methods and online surveys to verify the accuracy of the reported figures. Until a few months ago The top of the map was firmly occupied by The Mandalorian.

In the US, The Attack of the Giants is currently the most watched series and, according to Google data, also the most coveted of all time. The numbers are higher than those of The Queen of Chess, Bridgertone, and Fate: The Winx Saga. IMDB recognized the anime as first in the ranking of the world's most popular series for three weeks, although it was temporarily overtaken by WandaVision from the broadcast of Episode 8.

We remind you that the final season of the anime will consist of 16 episodes and that the 10th will air in a few hours in Japan. In Italy, the episode will be legally available on VVVVID and Prime Video from Tuesday, February 16.

In the week from January 31st to February 6th, Attack on Titan was the most sought-after show in the US. by r / anime

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