The Demand Distribution curve illustrates how a TV show’s popularity compares to the demand benchmark, which is a measure of the average demand across all titles. The curve is divided into performance buckets, ranging from “Below Average” to “Exceptional”. A show falls into one of these performance buckets depending on how many times more or less demand it has compared to the demand benchmark.
The show’s performance is market-specific, e.g. the same show can be in the “Average” range in the United States and in the “Good” range in France.
As an example, if a show has 9 times more demand than the demand benchmark, it falls in the “Outstanding” performance range; only 2.7% of all shows in the market reach this high level of demand.
The following chart shows a 60-day trend of weekly demand for The Witcher compared to the weekly demand of all Action Fantasy titles in the United States.
This is The Witcher's home market and therefore its travelability is 100%; the travelability of a TV show's market of origin is always 100%. Click through to another market to discover how well The Witcher travels internationally.
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Unlike TV ratings, our DemandRank TV rating system ensures that important demand signals are weighted more heavily than others: The more consumer effort required; the more importance is attached to each signal. Once all the signals are weighted and combined, the audience demand for The Witcher, for example, can be assessed for a market e.g. United States, which can then be benchmarked against genre averages (e.g. Action Fantasy), using our globally standardized Demand Expressions® metric.