Much needed congratulations are in order for Jon Favreau and the team behind the Disney+ show, as the title has torn apart its competition in the eleventh month of the year.
The second season of 'The Mandalorian' arrived on Disney+ this October, with a new episode airing on the streaming service every week. It has now become the most-viewed title on demand in the final moments of 2020.
According to viewing figures released by 7Park Data (via Variety), Mando and Baby Yoda sidelined every other title that was released on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Apple TV+ during the month of November.
The data shows that 'The Mandalorian' shared 29.2% of the audience in November, followed by Netflix's 'The Queen's Gambit' and 'The Crown' season four at 19.8% and 13.8% respectively.
It's also worth noting that even though episode one of the 'Star Wars' spin-off series debuted on October 31, the series came in at number three on the list of most-viewed titles for October too. The final, eighth episode of season two will air on December 18.
The series is now officially Disney+'s biggest TV series on the platform. The streamer hasn't seen this much audience interaction since 'Hamilton' debuted in July, dominating the month with 37% of the audience share. The title still remains Disney+'s most-watched title of the year.
In terms of what title will be the most-watched of 2020, the answer is clear - 'The Queen's Gambit'. The limited Netflix series starring Anya Taylor-Joy only debuted on October 23, but is likely to edge out the likes of 'The Crown', 'Schitt's Creek', and 'The Haunting of Bly Manor' for the title.