Reelgood: Netflix’s ‘Hit Man,’ Apple’s ‘Presumed Innocent’ Topped Weekly Streaming Through June 19

Netflix’s Hit Man, starring Glen Powell (Anyone But You), and the Apple TV+ legal drama miniseries “Presumed Innocent,” starring Jake Gyllenhaal, topped all weekly streaming through June 19, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million consumer viewing choices each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.

Both titles also topped the respective top 10 movies and TV shows streamed during the week.

Prime Video’s “The Boys,” the sci-fi series about the darker side of superheroes, rounded out the top 10 overall podium. The big-budget series (reportedly $11.2 million per episode) stars Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty and Jack Quaid, among others.

Additional top-streamed content for the week included at No. 4 Peacock’s Monkey Man, starring and directed by Dev Patel; at No. 5 former Brat Packer Andrew McCarthy’s documentary Brats, revisiting the 1980s cultural phenomenon surrounding a group of young actors becoming household names in coming-of-age movies.

Other overall charters included the “Star Wars” series “The Acolyte” on Disney+; “House of the Dragon” on Max; Godzilla Minus One (Netflix); the sci-fi series “Dark Matter,” starring Jennifer Connelly and Joel Edgerton (Apple TV+); and Netflix’s “Bridgerton.”

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Reelgood: Catalog Episodes of ‘Evil,’ ‘Young Sheldon’ Top May Most-Streamed AVOD Content

Catalog episodes of 2019 supernatural drama “Evil,” streaming on Pluto TV, followed by “The Big Bang Theory” spin-off “Young Sheldon” on CBS.com topped the most-streamed content across free ad-supported VOD platforms, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.
 
Freevee’s mystery Western series “Outer Range” rounded out the podium, while Tubi’s 2013 sci-fi thriller Coherence ranked No. 4 overall and No. 1 on the top-streamed free movies. The CBS series “Tracker” ranked No. 5 and “Interview with the Vampire” on The Roku Channel.
 
Other notable charters include the CBS mystery series “Elsbeth” at No. 7, the 2006 satirical comedy movie Idiocracy at No. 8 on Tubi, the original 2014 actioner John Wick at No. 9 on Tubi, and the meta-comedy The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent rounding out the overall chart at No. 10 streaming on The Roku Channel.
 
 
 
 

Reelgood: Netflix’s ‘Hit Man’ Returns Glen Powell Atop Weekly Streaming Chart

The Netflix low-budget black comedy Hit Man, starring and co-written by Glen Powell (Anyone But You), topped the weekly streaming chart through June 12, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million consumer viewing choices each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.

The movie, which is directed by Richard Linklater and based on a 2001 Texas Monthly magazine article about a New Orleans police contractor who poses a hit man, debuted last year at the Venice Film Festival and generated $1.8 million at the global box office, including $995,000 in Holland. It was picked up for distribution by Netflix, which released the movie on its platform June 7 to critical success.

For Powell, the movie returns the actor atop the weekly streaming chart following his star-turn performance, along with Sydney Sweeney, in Columbia Pictures’ 2023 romantic comedy Anyone But You. The film generated more than $220 million at the global box office on a $25 million production budget.

Hit Man held off the new “Star Wars” series “The Acolyte” on Disney+, which topped all episodic content, and the Netflix original series “Eric,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a troubled puppeteer who searches for his missing son in 1980s New York City.

The previous week’s No. 1 overall streamed content, Netflix’s Japanese sci-fi actioner Godzilla Minus One, dropped to No. 4 overall, and No. 2 on the movie chart. Netflix accounted for 50% of the most-streamed content through June 12.

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Reelgood: ‘Godzilla Minus One’ Tops Weekly Streaming Through June 5

The monster movie Godzilla Minus One, streaming on Netflix, topped the psychological thriller series “Eric,” also on Netflix, to lead streaming content for the week ended June 5, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.
 
Godzilla Minus One is a Japanese film that won an Oscar for its special effects. The series “Eric” stars Benedict Cumberbatch as a troubled puppeteer searching for his missing young son on the gritty streets of 1980s New York City.
 
Max’s Dune: Part Two, the sequel to director Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 sci-fi adventure, finished at No. 3. Meanwhile, at No. 4 was the Apple TV+ sci-fi mystery “Dark Matter,” starring Jennifer Connolly and Joel Edgerton. Rounding out the top five was “The Acolyte,” the newest Star Wars-based series.
 
 
 
 
 

Reelgood: Warner’s ‘Dune: Part Two’ Remains Atop Streaming Chart Through May 29

Warner Bros. Pictures’ Dune: Part Two, the sequel to director Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 film, topped all streamed content for the seven-day period ended May 29, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.
 
At No. 2 was Apple TV+ sci-fi mystery series “Dark Matter,” starring Jennifer Connelly and Joel Edgerton, which explores the choices people make and how it shapes their lives.
 
Netflix’s Jennifer Lopez action flick Atlas, focusing on the theme of artificial intelligence learning from humans, claimed the No. 3 spot. At No. 4 was the Netflix sitcom “Tires,” a six-episode comedy series starring Shane Gillis that follows the checked-out employees of an underperforming auto shop. In fifth place was “Fallout,” Prime Video’s post-apocalyptic video game adaptation.
 
The rest of the top 10 included the Paramount+ series “Evil,” Hulu’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, catalog episodes of “Young Sheldon” on Netflix, Mad Max: Fury Road on Max, and “American Fiction” on Prime Video.
 
 
 
 

Reelgood.com: ‘Dune: Part Two’ Tops Weekly Streaming Content Through May 22

Warner Bros. Pictures’ Dune: Part Two, the sequel to director Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 Dune and the top-grossing 2024 theatrical release thus far, topped last week’s top streamer, the sci-fi series “Dark Matter” from Apple TV+ among streamed content for the week ended May 22, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.
 
In third place was Prime Video’s post-apocalyptic video game adaptation “Fallout,” remaining in the top 10 for the sixth consecutive week.
 
The third season of Netflix’s series “Bridgerton,” set in an alternate Regency-era London, claimed the fourth spot. With 45 million views, it was the most-streamed Netflix show of the week, according to the streaming platform.
 
The rest of the top 10 featured a mix of classics and newcomers. Netflix’s Irish thriller “Bodkin” ranked No. 5, while Netflix’s licensed Sony Pictures drama Madame Web (No. 8), Prime Video’s Outer Range (No. 9) and Prime Video’s Oscar-nominated American Fiction (No. 10) rounded out the chart.
 
 
 
 

Reelgood: Apple TV+ Sci-Fi Drama ‘Dark Matter’ Tops Weekly Streaming Through May 15

The Apple TV+ sci-fi series “Dark Matter,” starring Jennifer Connelly and Joel Edgerton, topped all streaming content for the week ended May 15, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.
 
Adapted from Blake Crouch’s novel, the series’ storyline revolves around the choices we make and how they shape our lives. Everyone has wondered at some point, “What if I had chosen differently?” The series explores this intriguing question with a unique twist.
 
At No. 2 was Prime Video’s post-apocalyptic drama “Fallout,” the video game-inspired series starring Ella Purnell, remained on the chart for a fifth week. Rounding out the podium was Netflix’s “Bodkin,” featuring a trio of true-crime podcasters solving a mystery in Ireland.
 
The rest of the top 10 overall included a mix of classic titles and newcomers, including Netflix’s stalking drama “Baby Reindeer,” Max’s The Iron Claw, the true story of the Von Erich family’s rise in the pro wrestling world, starring Zac Efron, and 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes streaming on Hulu.
 
 
 
 

Reelgood.com: ‘Unfrosted,’ ‘Fallout’ Topped Weekly Streaming Through May 8

Netflix’s original movie Unfrosted, written and directed by Jerry Seinfeld, topped all streamed content for the week ended May 8, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.
Mixing Seinfeld’s comedic prowess surrounding the origins of the Pop-Tarts breakfast pastry, along with a strong supporting cast spoofing historical events throughout modern history, the movie emerged No. 1 after just five days of release.
At No. 2, former overall chart topper and remaining No. 1 among TV shows, Prime Video’s “Fallout,” based on the post-apocalyptic video game franchise, held off newcomer The Idea of You, about a 40-year-old mom (Anne Hathaway) who finds herself swept into a whirlwind romance with a boy band pop star (Nicholas Galitzine).
The rest of the Top 10 features a mix of fan favorites and newcomers, including Netflix’s “Baby Reindeer,” “A Man in Full,”  Hulu’s “The Veil,” and Shudder’s Late Night With the Devil.

Reelgood: Paramount+ Comedy ‘Elsbeth’ Tops All April Streamed Content

Concurrent streaming access on Paramount+ to new CBS dramedy “Elsbeth” topped all streamed content in the month of April, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the United States.

“Elsbeth” stars Carrie Preston in the title role playing an unconventional attorney who moves to New York to work with the NYPD solving crimes. The show topped Justin Hartley’s new drama series “Tracker,” and “Young Sheldon” — both also streaming on Paramount+.

Top streamed movies in April included the original 1972 The Godfather streaming for free on ad-supported Pluto TV, followed by the original 2014 The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington on Peacock, and Men on Plex — the latter exploring the male experience in today’s society.

Securing the fourth most-streamed content: “The Chosen,” offering a new perspective on the timeless story of Jesus Christ.
Comedy “Ghosts” finished No. 8, showcasing the misadventures of a group of spirited ghosts as they navigate the afterlife with comedic flair.

Drama “Will Trent,” starring Ramón Rodríguez as the title character, immerses viewers in a world of crime and suspense, taking the ninth spot.

Rounding out the overall chart at No. 10 is “Idiocracy,” a satire streaming on Tubi that offers a scathing commentary on the absurdities of modern society.

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Reelgood: ‘Fallout,’ ‘Late Night With the Devil’ Topped U.S. Streaming Charts Through April 24

AMC Network’s fright-themed streaming service Shudder had a winner last week on the Reelgood movie chart through April 24 with Late Night With the Devil, starring David Dastmalchian as a talk-show host who captures a live Satanic event during his 1977 broadcast.
 
Meanwhile, Prime Video’s post-apocalyptic Los Angeles drama “Fallout” maintained the top overall spot for a second-consecutive week, edging out the indie film, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms in the U.S.
 
The new Netflix stalker series “Baby Reindeer,” created by Scottish comedian Richard Gadd about his personal struggles dealing with a stalker, finished at No. 3 overall. That was followed by Hulu’s historical drama series “Shogun,” true crime drama “Under the Bridge,” Apple TV+ actioner Argylle and Jonathan Glazer’s The Zone of Interest.
 

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Rounding out the top 10 overall were Netflix’s sci-fi sequel Rebel Moon — Part Two: The Scargiver at No. 8,  Sony Pictures’ rom-com Anyone But You at No. 9, and Netflix’s black-and-white series “Ripley” at No. 10.