Netflix has launched a new site Tuesday, which measures the most popular series and films by the amount of time viewers spend watching them, which indicates that viewers are spending more time on Netflix than you’d expect.
Each Tuesday Netflix will update its website ” Top10 Netflix” with the top 10 films and shows that are currently available streaming on the service.
As per the streaming company’s brand new site for metric data, “Red Notice,” the film of Rawson Marshall Thurber that stars Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson, has seen for 148.7 millions of hours after it debuted by the service on November 12.
The week before the most watched show that was aired was season three of “Narcos: Mexico,” with 50.3 million hours of viewing.
The show or film that is watched the most on Netflix The initial season “Squid Game”, has been watched over 1.6 billion total hours of Netflix.
Netflix’s new website does not show how many viewers actually have watched something on the platform it does not include movies or shows that are below the top 10. The new website provides the clearest way to measure used by Netflix thus far.
So far, Netflix has been selective in the sharing of viewership data. Netflix has shared views to help with hits, and has the top 10 lists, with no data about the site itself.
The hours-viewed metrics replaces Netflix’s earlier “views,” which could only count a few minutes of a film or series. Other streaming services that are major including Amazon Prime Video and Disney+, don’t regularly provide viewership information.
“This is an important step forward for Netflix, the creators we work with and our members,” Pablo Perez De Rosso who is the vice president of content strategy at Netflix published in a blog post on Tuesday. “People want to understand what success means in a streaming world, and these lists offer the clearest answer to that question in our industry.”