01 March 2021 12:07


3rd Annual Global TV Demand Awards announces Game Of Thrones most in-demand show in the world

The Last Dance most in-demand global series debut of 2020

Parrot Analytics, the global TV analytics firm, today announced the winners for the 3rd annual Global TV Demand Awards as well as the Virtual Festival video series schedule. The 2021 Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival format will bring together talent, creators and executives behind the world’s most popular shows in a daily video series.

The winners for the 2021 Global TV Demand Awards are:

World’s Choice (Most In-Demand TV Show in the World 2020): Game of Thrones

Most In-Demand Adult-Animated Series of 2020: Rick and Morty

Most In-Demand Anime Series of 2020: My Hero Academia

Most In-Demand Children’s Series of 2020: Spongebob Squarepants

Most In-Demand Comedy Series of 2020: Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Most In-Demand Documentary Series of 2020: The Last Dance

Most In-Demand Drama Series of 2020: Game of Thrones

Most In-Demand Series That Ended on a High Note of 2020: The 100

Most In-Demand Historical Drama of 2020: Vikings

Most In-Demand Horror Series of 2020: American Horror Story

Most In-Demand Korean Drama of 2020: Crash Landing on You

Most In-Demand Latin American Series of 2020: El Payaso Plim Plim: Un Héroe Del Corazón

Most In-Demand Reality Series of 2020: MasterChef Australia

Most In-Demand Series Debut of 2020: The Last Dance

Most In-Demand Superhero Series of 2020: The Flash

Most In-Demand Variety Series of 2020: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

The winning series for each category was determined based on global TV demand data for the period January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020.

The 2021 Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival highlights what makes exceptional content stand out among a worldwide “sea of content” competing for audience attention, in a year which saw unprecedented media consumption at home. The conversations captured in the exclusive video series are candid, intimate discussions focusing on both the creative and business decisions that proved successful for each participant.

Confirmed speakers include Casey Bloys, Chief Content Officer at HBO and HBO Max; Matthew Ball, Managing Partner, Epyllion Industries; André Vargas, Head of Data, CAA; Jason Hehir, Director, The Last Dance; Alba Baptista, actor, Warrior Nun, and Simon Barry, creator and executive producer of Warrior Nun, Reality Distortion Field, Gregoire Gabalda, Sr. Director, Global Editorial Licensing, Ubisoft, Jason Altman, SVP, Ubisoft Film & Television, Stephanie Simard, VP of Marketing, Ubisoft Film & Television, Marty Benson, show runner, MasterChef Australia, Kee MinSoo, director of Good Doctor, Korean Broadcasting System, John Couling, SVP of Commercial Partnerships, Dolby, with additional speakers to be announced soon.

“We’re honored to share the conversations we’ve had with the visionaries behind the world’s most popular TV shows of 2020 to offer a unique perspective to executives seeking insights into what makes a show successful right now. The Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival is unique in that all winners have been selected based on global demand data insights, without any judges involved” said Rebekah Zabarsky, Executive Producer of the awards and Marketing Director at Parrot Analytics. “Anyone interested in learning how to create, produce, distribute, market, and acquire exceptional content should tune in and learn from the best.”

The 2021 Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival will stream free on demand for five consecutive days beginning Monday, February 1, 2021 through Friday, February 5, 2021 with new videos being published on each day. Viewers can find the full schedule for the Virtual Festival on www.globaltvdemandawards.com as well as the Parrot Analytics YouTube channel.

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