Prime Video’s ‘Terminal List’ Top New Show, Netflix’s ‘Virgin River’ Top Returning Show Anticipated in July

Prime Video’s “The Terminal List” was the top anticipated new show, Netflix’s “Virgin River” was the most-anticipated returning show, and Disney’s latest Marvel film Thor: Love and Thunder was the top anticipated movie on the Whip Media charts for July.

“The Terminal List,” which starts streaming July 1, is an action thriller series starring Chris Pratt as a Navy Seal who, after his platoon is ambushed, has conflicting memories of the incident.

“Virgin River,” season four of which debuts on Netflix July 20, is based on the novels. It follows Melinda “Mel” Monroe, who goes to work as a midwife and nurse practitioner in the Northern California town of Virgin River.

Thor: Love and Thunder is the fourth installment in Disney’s series of Marvel features centered around the superhero. Directed by Taika Waititi, the film takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame as Thor (Chris Hemsworth) recruits friends to defeat a villain intent on eliminated all gods.

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Most Anticipated New Shows for July:

  1. “The Terminal List” (Prime Video) — July 1
  2. “Resident Evil” (Netflix) — July 14
  3. “Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin” (HBO Max) — July 28
  4. “Black Bird” (Apple TV+) — July 8
  5. “Moonhaven” (AMC+) — July 7

 

Most Anticipated Returning Shows for July:

  1. “Virgin River” (Netflix) — July 20
  2. “American Horror Stories” (Hulu) — July 21
  3. “What We Do in the Shadows” (FX) — July 12
  4. “Solar Opposites” (Hulu) — July 13
  5. “Overlord” (ATX) — July 5

 

Most Anticipated Movies for July:

  1. Thor: Love and Thunder — July 8
  2. Nope — July 22
  3. Minions: The Rise of Gru — July 1
  4. The Gray Man — July 15
  5. DC League of Super-Pets — July 29
  6. Where the Crawdads Sing — July 15
  7. Persuasion — July 15
  8. Mr. Malcolm’s List — July 1
  9. Not Okay — July 29
  10. The Sea Beast — July 8

‘Spiderhead,’ ‘The Boys’ Top Weekly Whip Media Streaming Charts

Prime Video’s “The Boys” topped the Whip Media chart of streaming originals, while Netflix’s Spiderhead led the chart of streaming movies among U.S. consumers the week ended June 19.

The sci-fi thriller Spiderhead, which started streaming on Netflix June 17, stars Chris Hemsworth as a researcher experimenting on prisoner volunteers aiming to reduce their sentence. It’s based on the book Escape From Spiderhead.

Rising from No. 2 to the top spot on the streaming originals charts, “The Boys” is a black comedy series, based on the comic book of the same name, that follows the battle against abusive superheroes. Season three started streaming on Prime Video June 3.

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Falling from the top spot to No. 2 on the streaming movies chart was Hustle, which debuted on Netflix June 3. It stars Adam Sandler as an NBA scout who discovers a raw but talented player in Spain and tries to prepare him for the NBA draft.

The Sandra Bullock adventure The Lost City, which started streaming on Paramount+ May 10, remained at No. 3 on the streaming movies chart. The film, co-starring Channing Tatum, follows a reclusive romance novelist on a book tour with her cover model who gets swept up in a kidnapping attempt that lands them both in a cutthroat jungle adventure.

Rising from No. 3 to No. 2 on the streaming originals chart was “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” which started streaming on Disney+ May 27. The series, released in weekly episodes, follows the “Star Wars” Jedi 10 years after his battle with Anakin Skywalker, who becomes Darth Vader.

Falling from the top spot to No. 3 on the streaming originals chart was Netflix’s “Stranger Things.” Season four of the Duffer Brothers’ science-fiction horror drama, part one of which started streaming May 27, follows the characters six months since the Battle of Starcourt. Struggling with the aftermath, the friends are separated for the first time and are navigating the complexities of high school. Meanwhile, a new and horrifying supernatural threat surfaces, presenting a gruesome mystery that, if solved, might finally put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down.

 

Top Streaming Originals Among U.S. Consumers for the Week Ended June 19:

  1. “The Boys” — Prime Video
  2. “Obi-Wan Kenobi” — Disney+
  3. “Stranger Things” — Netflix
  4. “Ms. Marvel” — Disney+
  5. “Love, Victor” — Hulu (Season Premiere)
  6. “The Orville” — Hulu
  7. “First Kill” — Netflix
  8. “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” — Paramount+
  9. “The Summer I Turned Pretty” — Prime Video (Series Premiere)
  10. “Ozark” — Netflix

 

Top Streaming Movies Among U.S. Consumers June 17-19:

  1. Spiderhead — Netflix
  2. Hustle — Netflix
  3. The Lost City — Paramount+
  4. Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore — HBO Max
  5. Father of the Bride (2022) — HBO Max
  6. Top Gun (1986)— Prime Video/Paramount+
  7. The Batman — HBO Max
  8. Jerry & Marge Go Large — Paramount+
  9. The Northman — Peacock
  10. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Starz

Parrot: Netflix Share of Streaming Originals Dropped in Q1 as Competition Increased

Netflix’s demand share of streaming originals once again hit new lows in Q1 2022, sitting at 45.2% globally (down from 45.4% in Q4 2021) and 42.4% in the United States (down from 43.6% in Q4 2021), according to Parrot Analytics.

Meanwhile HBO Max, Paramount+ and Disney+ — all SVODs backed by traditional media conglomerates — saw significant gains in the most recent quarter. 
 
Global demand for original content from all of Netflix’s competitors grew 80.8% between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022, more than triple the 25.5% growth for Netflix originals over the same time, according to Parrot.
 

From Q1 2020 to Q4 2021, Netflix’s global subscribers grew from roughly 183 million to 222 million, a 21.3% increase in total subscribers. This is remarkably similar to the 22.8% growth in total demand global for Netflix originals from Q1 2020 to Q4 2021, showing the key link between demand for original content and subscriber growth, according to Parrot.

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The gap between the growth in demand for Netflix’s competitors’ original content and its own is further evidenced in Netflix’s market share dropping dramatically in the past two years — from 55.7% to 45.2% globally, and from 52.4% to 42.2% in the United States between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022.

Netflix’s global demand share for streaming originals is down from 50.2% in Q1 2021 and 55.7% in Q1 2020. Disney+ and HBO Max have grown from a combined 6.7% share in Q2 2020 (the first quarter they were both available) to 15.5% in Q1 2022. That 8.8 percentage point gain from these Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery owned streamers accounts for the vast majority of the 9.8 percentage point drop that Netflix has taken over the same time period, showing how much these traditional media companies are directly eating into Netflix’s streaming dominance, according to Parrot.

Netflix remains the dominant service for original content demand with its 45.2% global share, which is still larger than that of its six closest competitors combined — Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, Apple TV+, Hulu and Paramount+, which make up a total of 42.4% share globally. That said, its competitors are catching up — in Q2 2020 (HBO Max’s launch quarter), Netflix’s six closest competitors combined for 33.4% global demand share, while Netflix stood as 55%. HBO Max (6.7%) jumped ahead of Apple TV+ (6%) this quarter, as demand for “Ted Lasso” faded while Max launched a trio of hit originals targeting significantly different audience sectors with “Station Eleven,” “Peacemaker” and “Our Flag Means Death,” according to Parrot.

Netflix had a steeper decline with U.S. consumers, dropping from 43.6% in Q4 2021 to 42.4% in Q1 2022. Netflix’s U.S. share was 48.1% in Q1 2021 and 52.4% in Q1 2020. Paramount+ and HBO Max had very strong quarters in the United States, and accounted for much of Netflix’s losses in demand share in Q1 2022.  HBO Max grew from 6.2% to 6.9%, and overtook Apple TV+ in the category with a hits such as “Our Flag Means Death,” “Peacemaker” and “Station Eleven.” Paramount+ grew from 4.4% to 5% on the back of “Yellowstone” spin-off “1883,” as well as a new season of “Star Trek: Picard.”

Netflix is doing well in on-platform demand share, especially considering a plurality of demand for content available on Hulu is non-exclusive licensed content, which has less of an impact on subscriber growth and retention, according to Parrot. While there is currently a major drop from second to third place in HBO Max on-platform demand with U.S. audiences, a combination of HBO Max and Discovery+, which Warner Bros. Discovery leadership has repeatedly emphasized is in the works, would make up 18.3% share, just 0.4 percentage points behind Netflix. “This imminent platform combination represents a strong competitor to Netflix for second place in on-platform demand share, showing how much of a direct threat Warner Bros. Discovery poses to Netflix’s grasp on the entertainment habits of tens of millions of American consumers,” according to Parrot.

Disney+’s “The Book of Boba Fett” narrowly beat out Netflix’s “The Witcher,” both of which debuted in late December 2021, as the most globally in-demand series in Q1 2022. Netflix did account for four of the top 10 streaming originals with global audiences for the quarter, tied with Disney+, which also had four. While that is a strong showing, it still represents a significant decline from recent times. Just last quarter Netflix had four of the top five global originals, and in Q1 2021 Netflix accounted for seven of the top 10 originals worldwide. Once again, competition from traditional media — Disney+ in this case — is cutting into Netflix’s core areas of streaming dominance, according to Parrot.

First Two Seasons of ‘The Boys’ Headed to Blu-ray and DVD May 31

Seasons one and two of the series “The Boys” are headed to DVD and Blu-ray Disc May 31 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

The series first streamed on Amazon Prime Video.

“The Boys” is an irreverent take on what happens when superheroes — as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians, and as revered as gods — abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. In season one, the titular “Boys” embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about “The Seven” and their formidable Vought backing. In season two, Butcher, Hughie and the team reel from their losses in season one. On the run from the law, they struggle to fight back against the superheroes. Meanwhile, Vought, the hero management company, cashes in on the panic over supervillains; and a new hero, Stormfront, shakes up the company and challenges an already unstable Homelander.

Extras include blooper reels, deleted and extended scenes, and “Butcher: A Short Film.”

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Update (4/18/22): Street Date Changed From May 17 to May 31.

New Season of ‘Weekends With Yankee’ Among Titles Headed to PBS Living Channel in April

A new season of “Weekends With Yankee,” Great Performances: Roots of Latin Jazz, and the documentary Kea’s Ark are headed to the PBS Living channel in April.

The subscription rate for PBS Living is $2.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. PBS Living is also available on Apple TV Channels in the Apple TV app at a subscription rate of $2.99 per month with no additional annual fees. 

Due April 2 is season six of “Weekends With Yankee,” in which explorer Richard Wiese and series co-host Yankee Magazine senior food editor Amy Traverso take a tour of the spectacular fall foliage in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. They also see how Vermont wool is turned into yarn; find out how new life is being given to old sails in Portland, Maine; get a taste of old Paris infused with West African flavors in Boston; check out unexpected adventures such as the U.S. Toboggan National Championships; and discover the history of New England ingredients such as marshmallow fluff.

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Available April 4 is Great Performances: Roots of Latin Jazz, which examines the variety of Latin American music with the Raíces Jazz Orchestra, featuring two-time Latin Grammy-winning producer Tony Succar and musician, producer and educator Dr. Pablo Gil. Hosted by Grammy-nominee Sheila E., Roots of Latin Jazz reveals the unity between jazz music and Latin culture. Showcasing original compositions and arrangements of jazz standards, the film features Grammy-winning artists Richard Bona and Anaadi, among others. Location sequences capture the vibrancy of cities in the United States, Peru, Spain, Brazil and Cuba.

On April 1, the documentary Kea’s Ark will start streaming on the channel. In the 1980s, self-taught artist and engineer Kea Tawana designed and constructed a massive three-story high ark by herself in Newark, N.J., in an area fast becoming an urban wasteland. For years she had collected salvaged materials from abandoned buildings devastated by poverty and the 1967 riots. Kea’s Ark features archival clips of the ark’s construction and its removal after court challenges and protests to keep it failed, as well as interviews with artists, historians and friends who speak to the legacy of her vision. Although it no longer exists, Kea’s Ark remains a powerful symbol of hope in Newark and beyond.

Two Docs About Ukraine Added to PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel

The PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel has added two programs that deliver historical background on how the current situation has unfolded in Ukraine.   

Zelenskyy: The Man Who Took on Putin is a new documentary profile of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. It charts the rise of the comedian, actor and entertainer who became the improbable wartime leader. It explores the man behind the series of game-changing media appearances which have encapsulated the defiant response of a nation. 

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Frontline: Putin’s Road to War follows the inside story of what led to Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine. It presents the events that shaped the Russian leader, the grievances that drive him, and how a growing conflict with the West exploded into war in Europe.

‘Turning Red,’ ‘Upload’ Top Weekly Whip Media Streaming Charts

Prime Video’s “Upload” again led the chart of top streaming originals while Disney+’s Turning Red took over the top spot on the Whip Media chart of top streaming movies among U.S. consumers the week ended March 20.

Turning Red, the latest Pixar animated feature, started streaming on Disney+ March 11. It follows Mei Lee, a 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. As if changes to her interests, relationships and body aren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited, she “poofs” into a giant red panda.

“Upload,” season two of which premiered March 11, is a science-fiction series set in a future in which people can upload themselves into a virtual afterlife of their choosing.

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Rising to No. 2 from No. 3 on the streaming originals chart was “The Last Kingdom,” season five of which began streaming on Netflix March 9. It’s a British historical fiction series based on Bernard Cornwall’s novels.

Jumping from No. 4 to No. 3 on the streaming originals chart was “How I Met Your Father,” which began streaming on Hulu in weekly episodes Jan. 18. It follows Sophie (Hilary Duff) and her friends in New York City. The series is recounted by an older Sophie (Kim Cattrall) in the year 2050 talking to her son about how he came to be.

Falling to No. 2 from the top spot on the streaming movies chart was The Adam Project, released on Netflix March 11. It’s a science-fiction action film, starring Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner, that follows a man who travels through time and meets his younger self.

Landing at No. 3 on the streaming movies chart was Deep Water, an erotic psychological thriller based on the 1957 novel by Patricia Highsmith. The film, which stars Ben Affleck, began streaming on Hulu March 18.

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Top Streaming Originals Among U.S. Consumers for the Week Ended March 20:

  1. “Upload” — Prime Video
  2. “The Last Kingdom” — Netflix
  3. “How I Met Your Father” — Hulu
  4. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” — Prime Video
  5. “Star Trek: Discovery” — Paramount+
  6. “Star Trek: Picard” — Paramount+
  7. “Raised by Wolves” (2020) — HBO Max
  8. “Severance” — Apple TV+
  9. “Our Flag Means Death” — HBO Max
  10. “The Dropout” — Hulu

 

Top Streaming Movies Among U.S. Consumers March 18-20:

  1. Turning Red — Disney+
  2. The Adam Project — Netflix
  3. Deep Water — Hulu
  4. Free Guy — HBO Max/Disney+
  5. Cheaper by the Dozen — Disney+
  6. Encanto — Disney+
  7. Scream — Paramount+
  8. Eternals — Disney+
  9. Rescued by Ruby — Netflix
  10. West Side Story (2021) — HBO Max/Disney+

Prime Video to Bow New Amazon Original Series ‘Night Sky’ on May 20

Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service on March 17 announced that the Amazon Original series “Night Sky” (formerly titled “Lightyears”) will premiere all eight episodes exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide on Friday, May 20. 

The series stars Academy Award winners Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons.

“Night Sky” follows Irene (Spacek) and Franklin York (Simmons), a couple who, years ago, discovered a chamber buried in their backyard that inexplicably leads to a strange, deserted planet. They’ve carefully guarded their secret ever since, but when an enigmatic young man (Chai Hansen) enters their lives, the Yorks’ quiet existence is quickly upended — and the mystifying chamber they thought they knew so well turns out to be much more than they could ever have imagined.

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“Night Sky” is a co-production of Amazon Studios and Legendary Television and is written and co-executive produced by Holden Miller, with Daniel C. Connolly serving as showrunner and executive producer. Mosaic’s Jimmy Miller and Sam Hansen serve as executive producers, along with Emmy and BAFTA Award-winner Philip Martin.

‘The Adam Project,’ ‘Upload’ Top Weekly Whip Media Streaming Charts

Prime Video’s “Upload” led the chart of top streaming originals while Netflix’s The Adam Project led the Whip Media chart of top streaming movies among U.S. consumers the week ended March 13.

“Upload,” season two of which premiered March 11, is a science-fiction series set in a future in which people can upload themselves into a virtual afterlife of their choosing.

The Adam Project, released on Netflix March 11, is a science-fiction action film starring Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner. It follows a man who travels through time and meets his younger self.

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TV Time, a Whip Media company, is a free TV and movie viewership tracking app with more than 20 million global users. The streaming originals chart rankings are determined by streaming original TV series with the greatest share of views in the given week, among a balanced panel of U.S. users of the TV Time app. The movie rankings are determined by theatrical or streaming movies with the greatest share of views in the given week, among a balanced panel of U.S. users of the TV Time app.

Landing at No. 2 on the streaming originals chart was “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” season four of which started streaming Feb. 17. Set in the late 1950s and early 1960s, it stars Rachel Brosnahan as a New York housewife who discovers she has a talent for stand-up comedy.

Taking the bronze on the streaming originals chart was “The Last Kingdom,” season five of which began streaming on Netflix March 9. It’s a British historical fiction series based on Bernard Cornwall’s novels.

Landing at No. 2 on the streaming movies chart was Turning Red, the latest Pixar animated feature, which started streaming on Disney+ March 11. It follows Mei Lee, a 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. As if changes to her interests, relationships and body aren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited, she “poofs” into a giant red panda.

In the No. 3 spot on the streaming movies chart was Paramount Pictures’ new Scream. The 2022 horror flick relaunch, available on Paramount+ after a theatrical run, reunites Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, reprising their roles. The story takes place 25 years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro as a terrifying new killer resurrects the Ghostface mask. As the deaths mount, Woodsboro’s new targets must seek help from the survivors of the original attacks.

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Top Streaming Originals Among U.S. Consumers for the Week Ended March 13:

  1. “Upload” — Prime Video (Season Premiere)
  2. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” — Prime Video
  3. “The Last Kingdom” — Netflix (Season Premiere)
  4. “How I Met Your Father” — Hulu
  5. “Star Trek: Discovery” — Paramount+
  6. “Pam & Tommy” — Hulu
  7. “The Boys Presents: Diabolical” — Prime Video
  8. “Love Is Blind” — Netflix
  9. “Pieces of Her” — Netflix
  10. “Star Trek: Picard” — Paramount+

 

Top Streaming Movies Among U.S. Consumers March 11-13:

  1. The Adam Project — Netflix
  2. Turning Red — Disney+
  3. Scream — Paramount+
  4. Free Guy — HBO Max/Disney+
  5. The King’s Man — HBO Max/Hulu
  6. Fresh — Hulu
  7. West Side Story (2021) — HBO Max/Disney+
  8. Encanto — Disney+
  9. The Weekend Away — Netflix
  10. Eternals — Disney+

‘The Weekend Away,’ ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Top Weekly Whip Media Streaming Charts

Prime Video’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” led the chart of top streaming originals while Netflix’s The Weekend Away led the Whip Media chart of top streaming movies among U.S. consumers the week ended March 6.

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” season four of which started streaming Feb. 17, rose from No. 3 to the top spot. Set in the late 1950s and early 1960s, it stars Rachel Brosnahan as a New York housewife who discovers she has a talent for stand-up comedy.

The Weekend Away, a thriller based on the book of the same name, hit Netflix on March 3. It follows a woman (Leighton Meester) who races to figure out what happened when her best friend vanishes during a girls’ trip to Croatia. Each clue yields another unsettling deception.

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TV Time, a Whip Media company, is a free TV and movie viewership tracking app with more than 20 million global users. The streaming originals chart rankings are determined by streaming original TV series with the greatest share of views in the given week, among a balanced panel of U.S. users of the TV Time app. The movie rankings are determined by theatrical or streaming movies with the greatest share of views in the given week, among a balanced panel of U.S. users of the TV Time app.

Remaining at No. 2 on the streaming originals chart was the reality dating series “Love Is Blind,” season two of which began to be released on Netflix in batches of episodes starting Feb. 11.

Taking the bronze on the streaming originals chart was “Vikings: Valhalla,” a sequel to History’s “Vikings” that began streaming on Netflix Feb. 25. Set 100 years after the events of “Vikings,” it chronicles the beginning of the end of the Viking Age, marked by the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066.

Taking the silver on the streaming movies chart was Fresh, a comedy thriller starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan. The story follows a woman who discovers the evil nature of a man she begins dating. The film was released on Hulu March 4.

Landing at No. 3 on the streaming movies chart was Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-nominated remake of West Side Story. The film began streaming on both Disney+ and HBO Max March 2.

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Top Streaming Originals Among U.S. Consumers for the Week Ended March 6:

  1. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” — Prime Video
  2. “Love Is Blind” — Netflix
  3. “Vikings: Valhalla” — Netflix
  4. “1883” — Paramount+
  5. “How I Met Your Father” — Hulu
  6. “Inventing Anna” — Netflix
  7. “Star Trek: Discovery” — Paramount+
  8. “Space Force” — Netflix
  9. “The Boys Presents: Diabolical” — Prime Video (Series Premiere)
  10. “Pam & Tommy” — Hulu

 

Top Streaming Movies Among U.S. Consumers March 4-6:

  1. The Weekend Away — Netflix
  2. Fresh — Hulu
  3. West Side Story (2021) — HBO Max/Disney+
  4. The King’s Man — HBO Max/Hulu
  5. Free Guy — HBO Max/Disney+
  6. Scream — Paramount+
  7. Eternals — Disney+
  8. Encanto — Disney+
  9. No Exit — Hulu
  10. A Madea Homecoming — Netflix