Tim Burton’s “Wednesday” has become the most-watched film in Netflix’s streaming media platform for the fourth straight week in a row. The series had had a viewership of 174 million hours between December 12 and December 18, while the film had a whopping 1.2 billion minutes of views after almost a month of its debut in the streaming media platform. The title has been slightly behind the “Stranger Things” season 4, which has been the most-watched English-language title in Netflix’s streaming media platform with a whopping 1.35 billion minutes of views. In the matter of the fact, Netflix Inc measures a title’s popularity based on the hours viewed over the title’s first 28 days after release in the platform. Besides, the Netflix Inc.’s biggest documentary debut of all time, “Harry and Meghan” had beaten its last week’s performance, as the documentary was viewed for a whacking 97.7 million minutes between December 12 and December 18.
Apart from that, “The Recruit” comes in the third place of the chart of English-language TV shows that made a scintillating debut back in the December 16. Over its first three days after release in the platform, the show had had a 52.3 million hour of views.
Netflix’s chart of most-viewed English titles between December 12-18
Here is the Netflix’s chart of most-viewed English titles released earlier this week.
- Wednesday: Season 1 173,960,000 hours
- Harry & Meghan: Limited Series 97,710,000 hours
- The Recruit: Season 1 52,300,000 hours
- Too Hot to Handle: Season 4 37,830,000 hours
- Sonic Prime: Season 1 27,720,000 hours
- Firefly Lane: Season 2 26,570,000 hours
- 1899: Season 1 17,850,000 hours
- The Crown: Season 5 13,200,000 hours
- Don't Pick Up the Phone: Season 1 10,780,000 hours
- Firefly Lane: Season 1 10,660,000 hours