In particular, we got a look at the Top 10 most streamed projects this week and frankly, the stats don’t lie. There’s one streaming service that is taking the crown this week and it’s Netflix. Given the brand’s price hike, this is a surprise.
Regardless, there are so many great shows and movies to watch about from this past week as some are repeats while others are just entering the list.
No matter if you’re trying to beat the Sunday Scaries or just need to find something new to watch with your favorite person, Reelgood has us covered.
Reelgood shares the streaming stats for October 19th-25th.
As mentioned above, Netflix is king this week and that’s because the top three most-streamed items are all from Netflix. The brand is making its mark this week so let’s get into its three projects at the very top. First is The Fall of the House of Usher which is based on an Edgar Allen Poe short story. It’s been the talk of a lot of conversation despite only being 8-episodes long.
Moving onto the #2 spot is No Hard Feelings which is the raunchy comedy featuring Jennifer Lawrence and Andrew Barth Feldman. Then the #3 spot goes to Bodies which is a drama and crime series focusing on the same murder in 4 different timelines. Breaking up the Netflix love is #4 which is Apple TV’s Lessons in Chemistry which is based on the popular book.
Keeping with the spooky theme, Amazon Prime’s Totally Killer comes in at #5. Amazon continues the trend with #6 being Gen V. Netflix is once again back at the #7 spot with Old Dads which is a Bill Burr comedy movie. Moving back to the spooky watches, Hulu’s No One Will Save You ended up at #8 while Loki’s at #9, and rounding out the list is The Burial from Amazon Prime.
While Netflix was king this week, Amazon Prime is hot on its tail when it comes to releases. If anything, this list should help you decide to watch right before and during Halloween.