Netflix’s Top 10 Movie and TV Lists Have Been Revised: New Methods and Website

Netflix is altering the way it determines and reports its Daily Top 10. Traditionally, the streamer has calculated their Daily Top 10 by monitoring a sample of 2-minutes seen per title.

From viewers who finish a title/series to revenue made as a result of watching any given title/series (via subscribers) to anything else that has to do with revenue, the company continues to keep some metric data close to its chest.

Unlike movie studios, which have typically revealed box office earnings, none of the streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon, HBO Max, and others, do so publicly.

New Methods & Website

Netflix has been in the front of streaming since its beginnings, with more than 207 million customers most recently reported. Amazon comes in second with just over 200 million subscribers, followed by Disney+ with over 100 million subscribers and HBO Max with over 44 million.

The streaming service now has a large number of film and television series projects in development, production, or purchase, making it the most active push on a worldwide scale to date.

Netflix is now reporting their daily figures in a new method, replacing the usual 2-minute metric with a more thorough one. Netflix is also developing a new website to store the data, which will be updated every Tuesday with the most up-to-date information. “Rather than Netflix’s previous criteria of a two-minute sample,” THR reports, “the rankings will now be based on the total number of hours viewed for a certain title.” This provides users and artists alike with a more “digestible” method to learning what’s popular on the streaming service.

Netflix’s VP of Content Strategy, Planning, and Analysis, Pablo Perez De Rosso, claims that this new model is the greatest statistic to use for the company, saying:

“After considering the various choices, we believe that engagement, as measured by hours viewed, is a significant indicator of a title’s popularity, as well as overall member satisfaction, which is critical for subscription service retention.”

Netflix’s VP of Content Strategy, Planning, and Analysis, Pablo Perez De Rosso, claims that this new model is the greatest statistic to use for the company, saying:

“After considering the various choices, we believe that engagement, as measured by hours viewed, is a significant indicator of a title’s popularity, as well as overall member satisfaction, which is important for subscription service retention.”

Red Notice has been viewed for 148,720,000 hours

Netflix recently released Red Notice, an original picture starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot, which had their largest opening day ever.

Red Notice has been viewed for 148,720,000 hours, according to Netflix’s new Top 10 page, making it the week’s most popular title. Users can also view TV series information, which is divided into English and non-English series. Squid Game is currently the most popular non-English show with 42,790,000 hours seen, while Narcos: Mexico season 3 is the most popular English show with 50,290,000 hours watched.

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