Reelgood shares the streaming stats for Oct. 26-Nov. 1 and it’s a fun mix

FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY'S, from Universal Pictures and Blumhouse in association with Striker Entertainment.
FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY'S, from Universal Pictures and Blumhouse in association with Striker Entertainment. /

Reelgood always has our backes with these streaming stats and honestly with Halloween included in the mix, that can skew things.

Holidays make up a large part of this time of year so things tend to be skewed with that and once you see this past week’s Top 10, you’ll figure out why. Plus there was a hugely anticipated release in the mix as well.

Honestly, there’s a lot to be excited about from this list and plenty of shows and movies to enjoy even after Halloween. Of course, you don’t have to just watch horror or scary shows and movies during that time.

Maybe you’re looking for something fun to enjoy this weekend or want to see where your favorite ranks so let’s break down this next round of stats from Reelgood.

Reelgood shares the streaming stats from Oct. 26th until Nov. 1st.


If you were able to catch last week’s list, then you’ll know that the top spot remains the same with The Fall of the House of Usher. This is a Netflix original based on an Edgar Allen Poe story and given how beloved the author is, this isn’t a surprise. Speaking of a surprise, Five Nights at Freddy’s entered the list at #2 after its streaming debut on Peacock which is just awesome.

Coming in at #3 is Netflix’s Bodies which is a drama crime series set in different timelines. In the #4 spot is a more lighthearted pick from Netflix with No Hard Feelings. Smackdab in the middle of the list is Apple TV+’s Lessons in Chemistry which is an adaptation. Disney+’s Loki comes in at the #6 spot and given the show’s odd timeslot, that makes sense.

Moving onto the next group, When Evil Lurks is at #7 which was streaming on AMC+ and Shudder as it’s a horror movie. #8 is Prime Video’s Gen V which has been a constant, and then at #9 is another Amazon Prime offering, Totally Killer. Last but not least, the final spot on the list ended up being Friends. Given the recent news about Matthew Perry, then that seems only appropriate.

What do you think of these streaming stats by Reelgood? Are you surprised by anything? 

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