It’s Tuesday, so that means a new batch of data has been released from Netflix about what customers are watching; And a surprising new movie, the romance movie purple HeartLooks like many records have been broken. The politically themed feature, which puts a modern left versus right spin on the Marriage of Convenience trope, had the biggest singles week in 2022 for a film on Netflix. According to streamers the film has been watched over 102.59 million hours. outdoor movies gray man, pushAnd Adam ProjectIn for the biggest week of the year for a Netflix movie.
This is not the only record the film has broken, as purple HeartThe latest metrics actually reflect its second week on Netflix. in its first week of release purple Heart 48.23 million hours were brought in to stream, an amount that is nothing to sneeze at for a mid-budget drama with the least amount of hype. As noted above, week two was shot and streamed for over 100 million hours, a week-on-week increase of 112.7% and a total of over 54 million hours, the biggest jump ever on Netflix Is. We combed through every available week of metrics on Netflix’s top 10 website (which only goes back to last July) and found no other movie with such an increase week-on-week, either percentage wise or total hours. . If this is a record, ComicBook.com reached out for clarification, with Netflix refusing to comment.
Despite this success, purple Heart still managed to develop some controversy, Many viewers called it “military propaganda” (H/T The Tab) and others are noting that in this ““Signs of Racism, Feminism, and Anti-LGBTQ Sentiments.” (h/t Sportskeeda),
Netflix movies typically have week-to-week growth in the single digits or low teens, with some dropping by as much as 60% or up to 30%; Like theatrically released films, they get loaded with a major chunk of viewership in the first 7 to 10 days. For example, recent Netflix releases gray man 88.55 million hours premiered in the first week, 96.47 million hours streamed in the second week, an increase of only 8.9% and nearly 8 million hours overall. and also red notice, the biggest movie ever on Netflix by streamers’ own metrics, saw viewership decrease week on week. The film clocked in at 148.72 million hours in its first week of release, a 13% drop in the second week to 129.11 million hours, and then fell 60.77% in the third week with 50.65 million hours. Overall it clocked over 364 million hours in its first month.
Closest movie we could get with similar week-on-week growth like purple Heart Another recent release is, sea animal, The animated film debuted with 33.52 million hours streamed in the first week and 68.11 million hours streamed in the second week; A jump of 103% and about 35 million hours.
here’s where things get interesting purple Heart By viewership, it could very well be featured in Netflix’s top 10 movies of all-time. Although not an exact science, there is a formula to find out what the overall metrics for Netflix releases will be. While it’s hard to predict what week one to week two numbers will be for a given title, week 2 to week 3. usually About 60% and then another 40% decline from week 3 to week 4.
in the first 10 days of release purple Heart 150.82 million hours have been streamed, which is a staggering number of a film of its size. Should the film follow the original formula we developed, it will potentially be in a position to crack the top 10 movies of all-time on Netflix. If film drops to standard volume in week 3 and week 4, purple Heart Could end its first 28 days with over 216 million hours of streams, which would make it the #7 movie of all-time on Netflix. We’ll keep an eye on it, check back here for more details as we learn them.
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Reference from comicbook.com