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A rewind report of Netflix is here, showcasing the most viewed titles like “The Night Agent,” along with a giant trove of information and stats.
As Netflix is getting into the gear of showcasing its most viewed titles, we’ve just been blessed with the biannual rewind report, which offers insight into the viewing hours of each title on Netflix, with ‘The Night Agent’ coming on top.
Netflix’s viewership data translucency showcases titles that have been earning the crown covering six months of streaming, i.e. January to June 2023. The information panel also includes licensed content along with the originals, depicting just how one show like “Suits,” for example, by USA Network, can outperform the streamer’s productions.
As Ted Sarandos, the Co-CEO of Netflix praises it:
“What’s interesting is a show like ‘Suits,’ which has been played on USA for a long time, has been available on Peacock and has been available on Amazon for a couple of years before it hit Netflix, and yet we were able to unlock this enormous global audience for it,”
“What We Watched: A Netflix Engagement Report,” is the new report Netflix released, which covers more than 18,000 titles. Showcasing the billions of hours worth of streaming, which is only biannual, is surely impressive.
The report tells the streaming hours, along with the information on whether the title is available globally or not, and the premiere date of every title.
The Champions of Netflix Biannual Rewind
Leading the team of Netflix Biannual Rewind, we have “The Night Agent,” followed by “Ginny & Georgia (season 2).” It’s impressive to see a K-drama receiving as much love as it deserves because third, we have “The Glory.”
The rest of the runner-ups include ‘Wednesday’ on the fourth and ‘Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story’ on the fifth. This was the list of the top 5, and those are already the hottest titles of this year.
Impressively enough, there are numerous other titles that go way past the timeline, yet appear on the list because of their staying power. “You (season 1),” for example, has stayed for a while, and has generated almost 123M viewing hours.
The biannual rewind is not a retrospective look at the first half of 2023, but it is the starting of an ever-evolving story that sheds light on Netflix’s transparency with the viewers and advertisers. As the co-CEO Ted Sarandos rightly points out, this list was partially about the popularity of the shows, but it was a tool for further exploration of audience preferences and the potential of content.