‘Moon Knight’ is the newest series from Marveland the numerous personalities of Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) are moving social media with each episode.
No entanto, to Forbes released a survey of Parrot Analytics, revealing that ‘Our Flag Means Death’ It was the most talked about series of the last few weeks.
the comedy of HBO Max directed and starring Taika Waititi (‘Thor: Love and Thunder) has become a fever since it was added to the platform’s catalog on March 3, almost a month before the premiere of ‘Moon Knight’.
Apparently, the clamor for the attraction comes from the renewal campaigns for a new season.
Still, it is worth remembering that the way the Parrot calculates the popularity of productions does not necessarily mean that the audience of ‘Our Flag Means Death‘ be greater than ‘moon knight‘.
This is because the data collection company does not consider only audience as a major factor.
Instead, the Parrot highlights conversations on social media, where the series from HBO Max remains extremely dominant as fans campaign for new episodes, post fan art on Twitter and play dialogue from the attraction in TikTok videos.
So, which one do you prefer?
‘Our Flag Means Death‘ is loosely based on the real-life adventures of Stede Bonnet, a spoiled aristocrat who abandons his privileged life to become a pirate.
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David Jenkins is the creator of the series and also enters as showrunner. Waititi is responsible for the pilot episode.
Rhys Darby interpreta Bonnet.
Waititi co-stars in the production as the iconic privateer Blackbeard, whose real name was Edward Teach.
Reportedly, Teach did not use violence, preferring to scare people and make them submit to their own will, building a chilling image that would travel the world and the seven seas. After a few years of living with a pirate, he was murdered by soldiers and sailors hired by Alexanders Spotswood, governor of the state of Virginia.
Christian Nairn, Nathan Foad, Samson You, Rory Kinnear, Con O’Neill, Vic Ortiz, Ewen Bremner, David Fane, Joel Fry, Guz Khan e Matthew Maher are also part of the cast. Leslie Jones, Nat Faxon, Fred Armisen e Samba Schutte will appear as recurring characters.