Reelgood: Golden Globes Nominee ‘Nomadland’ Tops Weekend Streaming Chart

Searchlight Pictures’ Nomadland emerged as the most-streamed movie Feb. 19-21, according to new data from video aggregator Reelgood.com. The platform scans multiple streaming services, including Hulu, which streamed the movie, among OTT services its 2 million users are using.

Nomadland, starring Oscar-winner Francis McDormand as a woman embarking on a journey through the American West living as a van, also generated $503,000 in its weekend box office debut. The movie has four Golden Globe nominations, including best picture, best screenplay, best actress McDormand and best director Chloé Zhao, the first Asian woman director nominated for a Golden Globe.

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This marked the first time a movie from Hulu ranked first on the Reelgood’s weekend streaming report. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Little Things on HBO Max climbed to third as users watched (and re-watched) the film co-starring Oscar winners Denzel Washington, Jared Leto and Remi Malik, before it expires on Feb 28.

Notably, Justin Timberlake’s Palmer remains in the Top 10 after almost a month since it premiered on Apple TV+. Other chart newbies included Netflix’s I Care A Lot, Amazon Prime Video’s Bliss, and Flora & Ulysses (Disney+).

 

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