"The Mandalorian," the "Star Wars" series from Walt Disney's (DIS) - Get Report newly launched Disney+ streaming channel, is the most in-demand original streaming series in the U.S., according to a new report.

The series, which tells the story of a "lone gunfighter [making] his way through the outer reaches of the galaxy," had more than 100 million demand expressions during the week of Nov. 17-23, according to Parrot Analytics.

It broke the five-week streak of Netflix's (NFLX) - Get Report "Stranger Things," which had 81 million.

Netflix's website teases "Stranger Things" this way: "When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one strange little girl."

Disney shares were up 2% to $152.73, while Netflix was off 1% at $312.39.

Demand expressions represent the total audience demand for a title within a country on any platform.

"The Mandalorian" had been moving quickly, becoming the most in-demand new original streaming series of the year just one week after it was released.

Parrot's Demand Expressions measures not viewers but rather the relative strength and popularity of a show.

This latest news follows a report that nearly one million new subscribers a day are signing up for the Disney+ streaming service, less than two weeks after its initial rollout.

According to data from research firm Apptopia, the $6.99-a-month streaming service's mobile app has been downloaded 15.5 million times, with people actually paying to use the service as opposed to simply strap-hanging on for free initial rides.

The new streaming platform -- which features content from Disney as well as Disney-owned properties like Marvel and the "Star Wars" franchise -- pulled in $5 million through in-app purchases in its first 13 days, according to Apptopia.

Subscribers can also pay for the service through the Disney+ website, however, and those data were not captured by Apptopia.

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