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Mandalorian is the most pirated TV show of 2020


Baby Yoda, also known as Grog, also known as the Mandalorian’s big star.


It’s probably not surprising that Disney +’s blockbuster series, The Mandalorian, used the popular torrent site BitTorrent to win the (unfortunate) title of the most pirated television show in 2020.

by Analysis from TorrentFreak (((Via IndieWire), Game of Thrones was the most pirated television show for seven consecutive years. However, the HBO series ended in 2019, and the Mandalorian will move up from 3rd to 1st in 2020.

It’s obviously not a great title, but it reflects the wider availability of Disney Plus. Attacked more than 80 million subscribers in December, Over a year since its launch in November 2019. Subscribers have increased by 13 million since September, probably due to the new availability of Disney Plus in Latin America. By comparison, Netflix now has more than 190 million subscribers since it started streaming 13 years ago.

Second place is Amazon’s R-rated superhero series The Boys. One of the most watched original shows on Prime Video.. HBO’s SF Western Westworld came in third, despite the mixed receptions of the third series. Prime Video Vikings 4th, CBS Star Trek: Picard 5th, followed by Adult Swim Rick and Morty, AMC The Walking Dead, HBO Outsider, CW Arrow, and CW Flash.

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