Netflix is continuing to shout about some of its successes – handing out some viewing data for titles including Umbrella Academy, Triple Frontier, The Highwaymen, its Fyre Festival doc and David Attenborough-narrated Our Planet.
In its first quarter earnings report today, the streaming company has revealed that in the first four weeks on the service, Gerard Way and Gabriel Bás comic book adaptation was watched by 45M million households.
Following the release of numbers for Bird Box last quarter, which was watched by 80M households in its first month, it has revealed that The Highwaymen, starring Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson, was watched by over 40M households in its first month. This was surpassed by action heist movie Triple Frontier, starring Ben Affleck and directed by J.C. Chandor, which hit 52M households in the same time period.
Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, about the controversial music festival, was watched by over 20 million member households in its first month and has projected that nature doc Our Planet, which launched earlier this month, will be viewed by over 25M households in its first month of release.
This comes after last quarter, it gave out viewership stats for six series, including You, Sex Education and Elite. the streaming giant opted to volunteer that You and Sex Education have each been seen by more than 40 million households in their initial weeks. Spanish series Elite has been seen by more than 20 million households, the company said.