The action-adventure film has been watched for 148.7 million hours globally since its release.
Netflix’s latest research reveals that people still haven’t been bored of the South Korean action-adventure series Squid Game, while one of last week’s releases has joined the list of most-streamed content on Netflix. The Dwyane Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds starrer Red Notice has been seen by the online audience much more than the expectation. The action-adventure film has been watched for 148.7 million hours globally since it debuted on November 12 on Netflix.
Meanwhile, the OTT giant has been sharing the viewership data according to their convenience, while now, every Tuesday, Netflix will update the site Top10 on Netflix with the top 10 series and films on the streaming service.
The digital streamer shared the report earlier this week on Twitter and shared four images containing the data. The Tweet reads, “We’ve had a lot of feedback about our metrics over the years. So we went back to the drawing board and today we’re excited to launch http://top10.netflix.com — a new website with weekly global and country lists of the most popular titles on Netflix as ranked by view hours (sic).”
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On Tuesday, talking about the viewership data, Pablo Perez De Rosso, vice president for content strategy at Netflix mentioned in a blog post that the latest development is an important step forward for Netflix, the creators of the shows and films as well as the members of the OTT giant.
Red Notice, which has received negative reviews from critics all over the world, could become the most popular film on Netflix.