It seems that the times when Netflix has hidden the extent to which its series and movies are watched on the platform, With vague answers when asked about the success of this or that production. It was hard to imagine that overnight, those from Reed Hastings would have given a 180-degree steering wheel to this calling policy.
Permission from the platform They announced create the A specific webpage to check the most viewed content every Tuesday in different categories. And don’t think that this transparency exercise is done in a limited way in a simple order and that’s it, for nothing, with these top ten we’ll have access to the round-numbers of viewers from almost any country in the world.
What was the most viewed in the last week?
This is the new page you can access from hereAnd Every Tuesday’ watch hours are Monday through Sunday of the previous weekr for both original and licensed titles. The platform also announced that this ranking will be divided into lists of the top 10 films and TV series, both in English and “non-English”, arranged by country or country. Global format.
In this way, all those users who want to know what is most watched in France, UK, Germany or Japan, They will be able to approach their list and check out the most watched phenomena at that moment. For now, this distinction between English and the rest of the languages will only prevent ratings for content in Spanish, French or German, but Netflix warns that those ratings will arrive in the coming months.
Yes in deed , These peaks do not show the number of users who viewed the content but Netflix has chosen to use a value they consider more reliable: the number of hours played. According to the platform, “the hours watched is a strong indicator of the title’s popularity, as well as the general satisfaction of subscribers” as it refers to the ability to stay in front of the screen. Details such as redundancy are also taken into account.
With this new resource You can see how popular “The Squid Game” was last week Or how “La Casa de papel” continues to dominate the top positions in non-English speaking productions in all its seasons. Even “Elite” sneaks into that arrangement which, from now on, will be the talk of all of our subscribers on Tuesday morning.