Canadians just can’t get enough of “Disjointed”.
The Kathy Bates sitcom about a woman running a marijuana dispensary is the series Canadian Netflix members are searching for the most online.
According to new research from HighSpeedInternet.com, “Disjointed” is Netflix’s most-Googled show in Canada. The research suggests that art is imitating life: Not only does Canada lead the world in the sale of legal marijuana, we’ve just become the second country to legalize recreational marijuana use.
While “Disjointed” is tops in the Great White North, it’s a different story south of the border where “Stranger Things” is number one when it comes to U.S. members’ searches.
The Irish love “GLOW”, Japanese members are searching for “The Walking Dead” and Ecuador can’t get enough of “Futurama”. “Sense 8” is big in the Dominican Republic while Egypt loves “13 Reasons Why”.
But none of these are the world’s most-searched-for show.
That honour goes to “3%”, a Portuguese-language thriller shot and set in Brazil is the most-popular Netflix property in Brazil, Portugal, Algeria, Angola, Senegal, Tunisia, Cameroon, and Congo. The South Korean drama “My Love From The Star” is the second-most searched-for show, popular in seven Southeast Asian countries.