As part of Netflix’s efforts to boost data transparency, the streaming platform has now released its first detailed viewership data report, detailing the most popular movies and shows. The list includes 18,214 titles available on the platform, each of which garnered more than 50,000 watch hours in the six months from January to June. While the company already provides a list of its monthly top 10 titles, this report has been collected over a longer period of time and is, therefore, in-depth with details on three main aspects – whether the title is available globally, its release Date, and hours observed. Leading the pack is Gabriel Basso-led The Night Agent with 812.1 million hours of watch time, which tells the story of a low-level FBI agent who gets caught up in a major government conspiracy.
Second on the list is Ginny & Georgia Season 2 with 665.1 million hours, followed by South Korean thriller Glory with 622.8 million hours. starring jenna ortega WednesdayThe global phenomenon, inspired by the infamous Addams Family, came in fourth on the list with 507.7 million hours watched – despite releasing in November last year and besting Stranger Things 4 at the time. And finally, we have Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story in fifth place with 503 million hours watched.
However, it’s worth emphasizing that Netflix compiled this list using total hours watched, not the formula it used to measure ‘views’ when listing the monthly top 10. In this, the company will take the hours watched and divide it by the runtime to calculate the total number of views.
Netflix says it will publish such comprehensive reports twice a year – the next report will detail the most in-demand titles from July to December – which will be fully available to the public. downloadable spreadsheet, Most of the sheet is dominated by Netflix Originals, with Rana Naidu Season 1 being the only Indian entry in the top 400 with 46.3 million hours of watch time. The blog post reads, “We’re confident that the viewing information in this report – combined with our weekly Top 10 and Most Popular lists – will give creators and our industry deeper insight into who our audiences are, and what resonates with them.” ” The lack of streamer data was one of the biggest points of contention during the Hollywood labor strikes, in which writers and actors demanded residuals for reruns of shows and movies they worked on. It was easy to calculate when things were broadcast frequently on cable, but with the advent of streaming platforms, those numbers are no longer disclosed.
As the writers’ strike ground to a halt, major production studios — including the aforementioned Netflix — were forced to be more transparent in sharing streaming data with the guild. That said, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos claims – despite the convenient timing – that the streamer has always planned to be more open towards its creators and acknowledged that this workflow may have led to distrust over time. Could. “The unintended consequence of not having more transparent data about our engagement was that over time it created an environment of mistrust among producers and creators and the press about what was happening at Netflix,” Sarandos said in a call. ” deadline,
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