Netflix: ‘Ozark Season 4 (Part 1)’ Gets ‘The Royal Treatment’ With 119 Million Combined Hours Streamed

Netflix Jan. 25 reported that part one of the fourth season of “Ozark” generated more than 77 million hours streamed globally in its debut week ended Jan. 23.

The new original movie The Royal Treatment generated 42.5 million hours watched across Netflix’s top 93 countries.

“Ozark,” a critically acclaimed Midwestern drug family drama, has won co-star Jason Bateman a Primetime Emmy for directing, as well as co-star Julia Garner two Emmys for outstanding supporting actress. The dark drama is stringing out the storyline about a couple (Bateman and Laura Linney) who confiscate drug cartel money and then set up shop operating a money laundering operation in Missouri.

Samba TV reported that 2.2 million U.S. households watched the first episode of season four over the first 72 hours. The data company then tracked the show’s binge-viewing appeal. The second episode was streamed by 1.8 million U.S. homes over the same viewing window; 1.5 million U.S. homes streamed episode three; 1.2 million streamed episode four; 1 million episode five; 939,000 homes streamed episode six; and 756,000 homes made it through episode seven.

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Separately, romantic comedy The Royal Treatment, which was filmed in New Zealand, jumped to No. 1 among Netflix’s English-language movies. The movie pushed Alyssa Milano’s romantic drama Brazen to the No. 2 spot with 28.5 million hours streamed — ahead of perennial chart topper Don’t Look Up with 17.1 million hours.


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