JustWatch: ‘The Holdovers,’ ‘True Detective’ Top Weekly Digital Viewership Through Feb. 4

The Oscar-nominated The Holdovers (Peacock) and the newest reboot of “True Detective,” (Max, Spectrum TV) starring Oscar winner Jodie Foster and Kali Reis, began February as they ended January: No. 1 among all weekly digital content consumed through Feb. 4, according to new research from JustWatch.com, which tracks data from more than 20 million users’ monthly digital video choices across 54 countries.

Following the 96th Academy Awards nominations, there were a lot of similarities between popular streaming titles and Oscar nominations. Industry award favorites remaining on the chart included Barbie (Max), Society of the Snow (Netflix), Past Lives and sci-fi thriller The Creator (Paramount+), and Killers of the Flower Moon and Saltburn (Prime Video).

“True Detective: Night Country,” had a new runner-up in “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” which is streaming on Prime Video, followed by the new Apple TV+ World War II action series “Masters of the Air.”

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JustWatch: ‘The Holdovers,’ ‘True Detective’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Jan. 14

Golden Globe-winning The Holdovers (Paul Giamatti for best actor) and the newest reboot of “True Detective,” starring Oscar winner Jodie Foster and Kali Reis, topped all weekly streaming through Jan. 14, according to new research from JustWatch.com, which tracks data from more than 20 million users’ monthly streaming choices across 54 countries.

The Holdovers, streaming on Peacock, topped Apple/Paramount Pictures’ Killers of the Flower Moon streaming on Apple TV+, and Prime Video’s Saltburn, starring Rosamund Pike, Carey Mulligan and Barry Keoghan.

“True Detective,” which is streaming on Max, supplanted Prime Video’s former chart topper “Reacher,” and the latest (fifth season) of “Fargo” streaming Hulu.

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Kicking off the new year, JustWatch is offering a streaming guide for every Harry Potter movie.

JustWatch: ‘The Holdovers,’ ‘Reacher’ Top December Movie, TV Streaming Titles

The new season of the action series “Reacher,” starring Alan Ritchson in the title role and streaming on Prime Video and Freevee, topped all episodic programing in December, according to JustWatch.com, which tracks data from more than 20 million users’ monthly streaming choices across 54 countries.

The series held off the fifth season of “Fargo,” co-starring Jon Hamm and Juno Temple and streaming on Hulu, in addition the spy series “Slow Horses,” streaming on Apple TV+

Among feature films, Peacock’s Golden Globe winner The Holdovers (Paul Giamatti for best actor) bested fellow nominee Saltburn, which is streaming on Prime Video. Both titles held off the 1988 original Die Hard, starring Bruce Willis, and streaming on Fubo and AMC+, among other platforms.

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JustWatch: Golden Globe Winners ‘The Holdovers,’ ‘Beef’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Jan. 7

The 81st Golden Globes Awards winners and nominees topped streaming content for the week ended Jan. 7, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks data from more than 20 million users’ monthly streaming choices across 54 countries.

Netflix’s original drama series “Beef,” which won three awards, including best limited drama, best actor (Steve Yuen) and best actress (Ali Wong) topped Hulu’s triple Globe winner “The Bear” (Jeremy Allen and Ayo Edebiri best actor awards), and the latest season of “True Detective: Night Country, now streaming on Max.

Globe winner The Holdovers (Paul Giamatti for best actor in a movie comedy) now streaming on Peacock finished No. 1 among feature films, topping fellow Globe nominees Saltburn (Prime Video), and Past Lives, available across digital retail/rental channels.

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JustWatch: Netflix’s ‘The Killer’ Repeats as Most-Streamed Movie Through Nov. 19

The Netflix new original movie The Killer again ranked No. 1 as the most-streamed movie for the week ended Nov. 19, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks more than 20 million users’ monthly streaming choices across 54 countries. The movie chart showcased another week of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Barbie holding position at No. 2, while Sony Pictures’ Spider-man: Across the Spider-Verse ranked at No. 7. Twentieth Century Studios’ new entry The Creator rounded out the movie podium.

Among episodic programming, the Paramount+ Showtime comedy “The Curse,” starring Ema Stone, moved up five spots to No. 1 as the most-streamed show. At No. 2 was Hulu’s limited drama series “A Murderer at the End of the World,” co-starring Brit Marling. The MGM+ sci-fi series “Beacon 23” rounded out the podium.

JustWatch: ‘Barbie,’ ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Oct. 22

Warner Bros. Pictures’ summer theatrical blockbuster Barbie topped all transactional VOD transactions for the week ended Oct. 22, according to new data from JustWatch.com. The No. 1 global theatrical release in 2023 held off A24’s horror movie Talk to Me, and Sony Pictures’ adult comedy No Hard Feelings, starring Jennifer Lawrence.

Among episodic programming, the new Netflix series “The Fall of the House of Usher” topped all streaming content, followed by “Rick and Morty” on Hulu and the new horror comedy series “Goosebumps” streaming on Disney+/Hulu and based on the eponymous novel by R.L. Stine.

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JustWatch: Another ‘Totally Killer’ Streaming Week

With Halloween approaching, consumers apparently were in the mood for some bloody treats. Amazon Studios’ Halloween-themed horror movie Totally Killer moved up six spots on the chart to No. 1 as the most-streamed movie for the week ended Oct. 15, according to new data from JustWatch.

The film, which features an ensemble cast including Kiernan Shipka as a teenager time-shifted back to 1987 to face a serial killer, knocked off perennial chart topper Barbie (No. 2). Landing at No. 3 was Paramount Pictures’ Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, available for sale across digital retail platforms.

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Among episodic programming, the second season of “Loki” on Disney+ moved up three spots to No. 1, pushing Prime Video’s previous chart topper “Gen V” to No. 2. Netflix’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” rounded out the series podium.

JustWatch: ‘Barbie,’ ‘Gen V’ Again Top Weekly Digital Video Content Acquired, Streamed Through Oct. 8

“The Boys” spin-off series “Gen V” again topped all episodic content streamed for the week ended Oct. 8, according to new data from JustWatch.com. The series about next-gen antiheroes putting their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, bested former chart topper, Hulu’s third season of “Only Murders in the Building,” followed by Disney+’s latest original Star Wars-based series “Ahsoka.”

Transactional digital access to Warner Bros. Pictures’ Barbie pushed it to the top spot among feature films, including Hulu’s No One Will Save You and the horror/thriller Talk to Me.

“For the third consecutive week, we’re spotlighting Barbie and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, which again continue to hold their ground on the chart, securing spots at No. 1 and No. 10, respectively, this week,” JustWatch said in a said in a statement.

JustWatch: Prime Video’s ‘Gen V,’ Hulu’s ‘No One Will Save You’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Oct. 1

New “The Boys” spin-off superhero series “Gen V” topped all episodic content streamed for the week ended Oct. 1, according to new data from JustWatch. The series about next-gen antiheroes putting their physical, sexual, and moral boundaries to the test, bested last week’s No. 1, Hulu’s third season of “Only Murders in the Building,” followed by Disney+’s newest original Star Wars-based series “Ahsoka.”

Among feature films, Hulu’s thriller No One Will Save You moved up from No. 3 to the pole position, besting the year’s No. 1 theatrical release Barbie (Warner Bros. Pictures) at No. 3, and Wes Anderson’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (Netflix), based on a Roald Dahl short story about a wealthy man (Benedict Cumberbatch) who uses skills learned from a doctor to cheat at gambling, at No. 2.

Entertainment Tracker JustWatch joins British Home Entertainment Group and DEGI: The Digital Entertainment Group International

The British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) and DEGI: The Digital Entertainment Group International announced the addition of Berlin-based entertainment tracker JustWatch to its industry group of more than 30 companies.

JustWatch helps consumers access digital content via legal distribution routes, including transactional and streaming. The firm’s content and consumption data enables their clients to target audiences by taste instead of age and gender demographics. Its streaming guide is now the largest in the world, with more than 45 million active monthly users across 140 markets.

Liz Bales, CEO of BASE, said JustWatch is a trusted and important partner for the home entertainment industry.

“We take a one industry approach ensuring that all activity is complementary and supportive across the full product lifecycle, making JustWatch a perfect partner in the U.K. and beyond,” Bales said in a statement.

Toby Lindley-Smith, U.K. country manager at JustWatch said the company has been helping entertainment brands and consumers get “to grips” with the ever-evolving entertainment landscape, from theatrical releases through broadcast.

“Working with BASE, DEGI and their members, we hope we can bring additional knowledge and insights to support the home entertainment industry,” Lindley-Smith said.

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