Thankfully, I was able to fit it in this week and share some of the biggest and most popular items from this past week. This roundup of the Top 10 Titles was compiled via data from September 29th until October 4th.
While it spans less than a week, I can already see a popular show that’s going to dominate next week. Regardless of that, we’re talking about this past week and the top ten most-streamed projects.
Whether you’re planning for your weekend or just want something different to mix up your streaming style, Reelgood has some of the best of the bunch in a peek at streaming from the past week.
Reelgood shares the top 10 most streamed projects for this week.
I included the chart above but I’m still going to break it down. Coming in at the #1 spot for the second week in a row is Hulu’s No One Will Save You. Given that it’s spooky season, this doesn’t come as a surprise. This is a horror sci-fi film and honestly, the premise sounds too good to share so you’ll have to check it out for yourself.
Coming in at #2 and #3 are two incredibly hyped and talked-about series which are Amazon Prime’s Gen V and Disney+’s Ahsoka. This doesn’t come as a surprise as Ahsoka recently aired its finale and Gen V is a spinoff of The Boys. There was no way these two shows weren’t going to be a hit among those streaming on these platforms.
The next two entries are from Netflix with Reptile and The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar. Reptile is a crime drama film featuring some amazing talents including Beninico Del Toro, Alicia Silverstone, and Justin Timberlake. This is another great one for the spooky season. Then there’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar which is another Roald Dahl adaptation which is a stellar cast to match.
Moving onto the latter half of the list, coming in at #6 is The Continental: From The World of John Wick which is a crime and action-adventure story following a young Winston Scott. Then at #7, there’s another creepy one with American Horror Story which has been making the rounds everywhere this spooky season.
The end of the list is truly a mixed bag but it shows the different interests of streamers and their habits. The #8 spot went to The Covenant while #9 was the always popular Yellowstone and the #10 spot is Only Murders in the Building. I’m sure next week is going to be a fun one and I can’t wait to see where a beloved trickster ends up in the final rankings.
Until then, thank you to Reelgood for sharing these insights with me and hopefully, it’ll help you figure out what you want to stream this weekend.