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Race to the top: ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge’ is the most-watched children’s show on Netflix in February


By Adam Flomenbaum | Co-Executive Editor

March 6, 2017 | 2 min read

‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ continues to be a favorite among children on Netflix, but three new shows cracked the top 10 most-watched in February, with Season 4 of ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge’ leading the way. The show had a 17 percent share of children’s viewership.



Additional insights below via Jumpshot:

· How to Race Your Dragons: The debut of Season 4 of Dragons: Race to the Edge pushed the series to the top position in February. The new season debuted on Netflix on 2/17 and drove a 17 percent share this month.

· Showing Love to a Ladybug: The first season of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir debuted on Netflix on Valentine's Day which pushed the series as the 4th most watched kids show in February, driving a 10 percent share.

· Girl Moving On: Though the final episode of Girl Meets World aired on 1/20/17 on the Disney Channel, it didn't take long for the final season to debut on Netflix. The final season debuted on Netflix on 2/19, which pushed the series as the 8th most watched kids show, driving an 8 percent share.

Jumpshot is a marketing analytics company that helps marketers understand their customer’s entire online lives. From the key sources of traffic to a site, to the browsing, consuming, and buying behavior on a site, to where customers go once they’ve left a site, our platform reveal the entire customer journey. Jumpshot tracks more than 160-billion monthly actions from our 100-million customer panel's clickstream activity. In short, we are able to see every single click that our user panel performs in the order that they do them from January 2014 through yesterday.

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