January 21, 2021
The premiere episode of Disney’s freshman streaming series, “WandaVision,” was well-received among viewers, according to Reelgood, a video streaming service aggregator with 2 million users in the United States.
The episode garnered a 9.3% share of engagement among the Top 100 most-watched TV shows across all streaming services from Jan 15 to 17. For context, this was higher than Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys” season two’s share of engagement (7.2%) during its opening weekend; Netflix’s “Stranger Things” season three (5.8%), and even Disney’s “The Mandalorian” second season (5.7%).
“Lupin” is not far behind with an 8.4% share this week, even having premiered on Netflix almost two weeks ago now. “A Discovery of Witches,” despite not being available via the top five major streamers (Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney+), managed to slide into third with a 4% share of engagement. “The Expanse” and “Bridgerton” close out the list.