Whether you’re looking for something new to stream or are just interested in data, the brand shares streaming stats from the previous week. In a way, it’s easy to help you find something new to watch or to see what’s trending.
Plus this list is a great way to be introduced to something you might not have heard of and that’s the best thing about streaming. Once in a while, you can find some hidden gems and it makes all the searching worth it.
Looking at this past week’s list, there are plenty of fun and surprising picks on the list so let’s break down these stats from Reelgood.
You have to see these streaming stats from Reelgood to end the week.
While some people are getting excited for the holiday season, others are just looking for something to entertain them, and starting off at the top of the list is Netflix’s Leave the World Behind. Based on a book, this one has captivated audiences and is something that has garnered a lot of conversation so this one doesn’t surprise me in the slightest.
Moving onto the #2 spot, we have Fargo on Hulu. This is the FX show and it has been airing new episodes beginning in November 2023. Now in its fifth season, it’s obvious viewers are enraptured by the series. Then at #3 is another Netflix title which is May December featuring an age-gap relationship and an actress who is meeting them for research.
This is a mixed bag of picks as #4 is Murder at the End of The World on Hulu. This is a mystery/detective story that is still an ongoing series and features a lot of questions and things to grapple with. We’re at the halfway point with #5 being Slow Horses on Apple TV+ which is a crime drama show that originally released in 2022 but is captivating a wider audience now.
Moving onto some Christmas picks, How The Grinch Stole Christmas is a #6 and is an entry from fuboTV which we don’t see often. Even so, the movie’s great and a good one to watch during the holiday season. The #7 pick is The Curse which is a dual release on Showtime and Paramount Plus. Either way, it features Emma Stone and Nathan Fielder so how could you not want to watch?!
Wrapping things up, Disney+ enters the chat at #8 with Indian Jones and the Dial of Destiny. At #9 is another franchise entry with Monarch: Legacy of Monsters which is streaming on Apple TV+. Last but not least, we have the other Grinch adaptation which is 2018’s animated The Grinch film which is streaming on Peacock and fuboTV. Honestly, this list didn’t have as many Christmas picks as I thought but I’m excited to see what next week holds.
What do you think of this week’s streaming stats? Were you surprised by what Reelgood shared? Let us know!