A `Quiet Place II’, `Wellington Paranormal’ Top Streaming Lists
A Quiet Place II, (Paramount+), Space Jam: A New Legacy (HBO Max) and Space Jam (HBO Max) represented the top 3 most streamed movies in the United States during the week of July 11-17, according to the month’s top 10 streaming lists tracked by online streaming guide, JustWatch.
Also last month, Wellington Paranormal (HBO Max, the CW App) Rick & Morty (Adult Swim/HBO Max), Miracle Workers (HBO Max, TBS App) were the top 3 most streamed TV series in the United States in the same period. See the rest of the top 10 programs in the chart below and ranked 4-10 most streamed movies in the chart at top:
The provided charts from JustWatch offer a list of last month’s top 10 most streamed movies and, separately, most streamed TV programs, as registered by on-line streaming information service JustWatch.
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JustWatch is a web-site-based service and mobile app offering an online guide that aggregates title listings for movies and TV shows offered by more than a hundred streaming content services to make it faster and easier for viewers to find the programs they are looking got. These disparate international on-demand OTT services range from some the most popular to U.S. audiences, to some international sources that might be less familiar to some viewers. Among them are: Netflix, Disney+, Now TV, Amazon Prime Video, BBC iPlayer, hayu, Mubi, Sky Go, All 4, Curzon, Chili, YouTube, Rakuten TV and others.
JustWatch even directs searchers to movies still showing in cinemas.
Users have a number of filters at their disposal to search through including: genres, prices, ratings scores, age ranges and even available resolution quality. The service also provides suggestions based on a user’s preferences, and will let viewers jump from the suggested listing in the JustWatch app to the service where the recommended program is being hosted.
JustWatch doesn’t provide direct in-app streaming of program, but it does offer a free and convenient way to browse for something of interest without having to go looking through dozens of different apps and services.
In related news, HBO Max reported gaining 2.4 million new subscribers in the U.S. during the first quarter of 2021. The premium streaming service said it garnered 12.1 million subs by the end of June, compared with 9.7 million at the end of March. The numbers do not include viewers with access to the WarnerMedia-owned service for free through their cable subscription.
For comparison, top streaming market share service Netflix reported this week that it lost 430,000 U.S. and Canadian subscribers during the same period.
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By Greg Tarr
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