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These are the 10 most watched movies and series in Chile a week after its launch

Disney + lives its first week in Latin America, and we show you which are the productions that have been seen the most in Chile. Any surprises?

Disney + became the great revelation of the end of 2020 in Latin America, and Chile has not been the exception. In the country, children, young people and adults have enjoyed the great productions of the channel.

In its first week, we bring you the ten most watched movies and series. Are there any surprises?

The data is provided by the specialized page JustWatch, collected from November 17 to 24.

The most viewed Disney + movies in Chile

In the countdown, the tenth film most watched by the public in Chile was Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019). It is followed, in position nine, by the heartwarming WALL-E (2008), the story of the robot that helped save Earth.

The eighth position is occupied by Noelle (2019), with Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader as protagonists. A classic from Tim Burton’s cinema, Eduardo Scissorhands (1990), is in position number seven.

Position six is ​​occupied by the very Mexican Coco (2017), by Lee Unkrich and Adrián Molina, with music by Michael Giacchino.

In the fifth, fourth and third boxes are located three successful Marvel productions: The Avengers (2012), Avengers: Endgame (2019) and Avengers: Infinity War (2018).

Second place goes to a Christmas classic, Home Alone (1990), starring Macaulay Culkin, along with Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern.

And the film most watched by the public in Chile in the first week of Disney + is Avatar (2009). This film is directed by James Cameron and with Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña and Sigourney Weaver as protagonists.

The most watched series

In the list of series most viewed by Chileans in the first week of Disney +, Gargoyles stands out in position 10. Meanwhile, the ninth position belongs to the cubs Bingo and Rolly.

Position number eight is occupied by Miraculous: The Adventures of Ladybug, while the seventh box belongs to Violetta.

In position six we find Once Upon a Time, and in the fifth box is Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. Fourth place is from Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

While, Cosmos occupies the third position.

The Simpson, the traditional yellow family, is positioned second, the spectacular closes the classification The Mandalorian.