Global Television Trends: Is Science-Fiction the new Fantasy?

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Since Game of Thrones debuted in 2011, over 100 new fantasy series have premiered on our screens. However, in the past year it seems that sci-fi series are the ones grabbing our attention.

Netflix in particular appears to have invested heavily in sci-fi for their original programming, examples include the psychological horror-tinged Black Mirror, the hard-hitting sci-fi Altered Carbon and a reboot of their own in the form of Lost In Space.

In the ongoing rivalry between the sci-fi and fantasy genres, have audiences switched their allegiance away from dragons and towards spaceships?

Download this whitepaper now to discover:

  • The 12 month aggregate trend in the U.S. for all sci-fi and fantasy titles.
  • How popular sci-fi titles are on streaming platforms compared to the traditional networks.
  • The global trend for sci-fi and fantasy in Australia, Brazil, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and The Unites States.

As for all of our whitepapers, this in-depth investigation leverages Parrot Analytics' global TV demand data.

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