Reelgood: Netflix’s ‘3 Body Problem’ Remains Atop Weekly Streaming Through April 3

Netflix’s Chinese sci-fi novel-based original series “3 Body Problem” topped all weekly streamed content in the United States through April 3, according to new data from Reelgood.com, which monitors 20 million viewing decisions each month across all streaming platforms domestically.

At No. 2 for the week was “A Gentleman in Moscow,” the adaptation of Amor Towles’ best-selling novel. The Paramount+ series takes place in the Soviet Union in the 1920s, and features Emmy winner Ewan McGregor in the lead.
 
Rounding out the overall podium was Max’s disturbing docuseries “Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV,” chronicling alleged abuses of some young stars on prominent Nickelodeon children’s TV shows from the 1990s and early 2000s.
 
The top streamed movie of the week was Prime Video’s original reboot of Road House, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and UFC fighter Conor McGregor.
 
 
 
 
 

Reelgood 2023 Streaming Roundup: Consumers Turned to Older Content

Consumers turned to older streaming titles in 2023, with some studios cutting back on content and Hollywood production grinding to a halt with writers and actors strikes, according to a year-end report on streaming from Reelgood. Meanwhile, “The Last of Us,” streaming on Max, was the most popular title for the year, according to the study based on data through Oct. 31.

Through October, 51% of user interactions for movies on Reelgood and 35% of engagements for TV shows were for titles that were at least eight years old.

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Despite a pullback of more than 300 NBCUniversal titles, Hulu saw its overall catalog increase significantly, adding movies and shows to its library while preparing to merge with the Disney+ app in 2024, according to Reelgood. Meanwhile, Paramount+ significantly scaled back its movie catalog in 2023, as it and other studio suppliers looked to save on things like taxes and residuals, Reelgood noted.

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In breaking down catalogs by genre for the streamers, Reelgood found Disney+ specialized in the most action-adventure titles, while Apple TV+ focused on romantic comedies and dramas.

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Reelgood found Top Gun: Maverick and “The Last of Us” were the most loved movie and series of 2023.

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Reelgood also ranked the “Top 50 Most Popular Show & Movies of 2023.” The list was led by the dystopian video game-based drama “The Last of Us,” streaming on Max, followed by the Academy Award-winning film Everything Everywhere All at Once at No. 2 and the Kevin Costner blockbuster series “Yellowstone.”

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Reelgood also ranked titles by the most consecutive weeks in the top 10, with Everything Everywhere All at Once the top movie in that ranking and “The Last of Us” the top TV Show.

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Reelgood also listed the most anticipated titles of 2024:

 

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Reelgood: Netflix Grabs Top Three Most-Streamed Content Spots Through Oct. 19

Netflix re-asserted its streaming dominance on Reelgood’s weekly Top 10 streaming chart through Oct. 19, by securing four spots among the most popular titles, three of which held the top podium spots — led by original horror series “The Fall of the House of Usher.”

The other two titles included the adult comedy No Hard Feelings, starring Jennifer Lawrence, part of Netflix’s exclusive Pay-1 streaming rights to Sony Pictures’ theatrical releases, and the thriller series “Bodies,” according to new data from Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

Netflix’s other charter was comic Bill Burr’s directorial debut Old Dads at No. 7.

Prime Video secured three rankings with the teen horror movie Totally Killer at No. 5, the new antihero sci-fi series “Gen V” at No. 6 and the comedy The Burial, co-starring Jamie Foxx and Tommy Lee Jones, at No. 10.

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Reelgood: ‘The Fall of the House of Usher,’ ‘Lessons in Chemistry’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Oct. 18

The new Netflix series “The Fall of the House of Usher” (No. 1) and Apple TV+’s Brie Larson-starrer “Lessons in Chemistry” (No. 2) topped the streaming chart for the week ended Oct. 18, according to new data from Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

Brie Larson in “Lessons in Chemistry” (Photo Michael Becker for Apple)

The series supplanted previous chart topper, Prime Video’s “The Boys” spin-off “Gen V,” while Amazon Studios’ new horror movie Totally Killer on Prime Video remained on the podium (No. 3) for a second week. Netflix’s former chart topper Reptile remained on the chart for in the No. 5 spot for a third consecutive week.

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Reelgood: Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu Top Horror Content Selections in 2023

Heading into Halloween, subscription streaming video services are in overdrive offering horror-themed movies and TV shows. New data from Reelgood finds that Netflix, Prime Video and Hulu lead the field in their respective catalogs of scary movies and TV shows available for streaming.

Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies, found that, as far as movies, Prime Video led all streamers with more than 1,000 horror-themed features, followed by AMC+ with 631 titles, and Shudder with 418 movies through Oct. 10.

Among episodic programming, Netflix led all streamers with 59 horror-themed TV shows, followed by Prime Video with 46 titles and Hulu with 40.

 

The top-streamed horror-themed TV shows in 2023 thus far include “Yellowjackets” on Showtime and Fubo, followed by “From” and “Black Mirror” on Fubo and Netflix, respectively. Netflix had the most TV titles with “1899,” “The Walking Dead,” and “Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities” also among the top 10 streamed series of 2023.

The top-streamed movies included The Menu on Max and Fubo, The Pale Blue Eye on Netflix and No One Will Save You on Hulu. Prime Video had the most horror-themed movies with Nope, Renfield, M3GAN, and Knock at the Cabin.

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Reelgood: Prime Video’s ‘Gen V’ Tops Weekly Streaming Through Oct. 12

New Prime Video superhero series “Gen V,” a spinoff of the platform’s “The Boys,” topped all streaming content the week ended Oct. 12 according to new data from Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

The series supplanted previous chart toppers, Hulu’s No One Will Save You, and Disney’s “Ahsoka,” as did the second season of “Loki” on Disney+, and Amazon Studios’ new horror movie Totally Killer on Prime Video.

Reelgood: Hulu’s ‘No One Will Save You’ Tops Weekly Streaming Through Oct. 4

The Hulu fantasy mystery movie No One Will Save You topped weekly streaming through Oct. 4, according to new data from Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

The movie, co-starring Kaitlyn Dever, held off Prime Video’s “Gen V,” a spin-off series from “The Boys,” which explores the first generation of superheroes who put their physical and moral boundaries to the test competing for the school’s top ranking.

Previous chart topper “Ahsoka,” the latest Disney+ “Star Wars”-themed original series, rounded out the podium. Notably, Hulu had more titles in the Top 10 than perennial chart champ Netflix.

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Reelgood: Netflix’s ‘One Piece’ Top Streamed Content for the Second Straight Week

Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Japanese manga “One Piece” was the most popular title for a second consecutive week, according to new data from Reelgood for the week ended Sept. 13. Reelgood tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

The horror fantasy series “The Changeling” on Apple TV+, The Little Mermaid on Disney+ and The Nun — with its sequel in theaters — on Max joining the chart this week for the first time.

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Reelgood: ‘One Piece,’ ‘Who is Erin Carter?’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Sept. 6

The live-action manga adaptation of “One Piece” was the most popular title streamed for the week ended Sept. 6, followed by the action series “Who is Erin Carter?,” both available on Netflix, according to Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

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Director Wes Anderson’s offbeat comedy Asteroid City rounded out the podium streaming on Peacock.

Reelgood: New Disney+ Series ‘Ahsoka’ Tops Weekly Streaming Through Aug. 30

The new Disney+ “Star Wars”-themed sci-fi series “Ahsoka” topped all streaming content for the week ended Aug. 30, according to new data from Reelgood, which tracks real-time data from 5 million users in the United States across SVOD and AVOD services for original and acquired streaming programs and movies.

The series, starring Rosario Dawson as double lightsaber-wielding Jedi warrior Ahsoka Tano, generated 14-million first episode views, to supplant previous charter topper “Only Murders in the Building,” which is streaming on Hulu. Wes Anderson’s quirky Asteroid City, streaming on Peacock, rounded out the podium.

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The new Netflix series “Who is Erin Carter?” finished at No. 4, holding off DC Comics movie superhero The Flash, streaming on Max, at No. 5 and re-runs of the former USA Network drama “Suits,” co-starring Meghan Markle, at No. 6.