The official account for Netflix released this recently, and since then, fans have been busy speculating what the favorites in the next list will be. Check out the current list here.
Netflix releases the top ten list for its most viewed shows.
Yup, you heard that right. For the first time, Netflix has decided to start publishing listings of its most-watched shows!
Netflix has been a success in the United States for many years. It emerged in 1997 as a DVD rental system by mail and online that ended the almighty Blockbuster. Although during all these years it has not stopped growing, the real revolution of the company has taken place with the service of visualization via streaming. Of course, the home delivery service is still active, although adapted and updated. Today it has more than 130 million subscribers across the globe, so many conventional televisions and pay-TV platforms are seeing Netflix as a real threat.
We want to help you find as much ~great stuff~ to watch on Netflix as possible. So here’s a look at the top ten most-watched shows and films in the UK in April 👀— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) May 9, 2019
The official account for Netflix released this list of the most viewed shows in the UK in April recently, and since then, fans have been busy speculating what the favorites in the next list will be. Check out the current list below:
1. Our Planet
2. The Perfect Date
3. The Highwaymen
4. The Silence
5. Black Summer
6. After Life
7. The Spy Who Dumped Me
9. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
10. You vs. Wild
Netflix has stated that they might be updating new lists weekly, so let's hope they stick to that promise!
When Netflix started making its own content, success came.
In its early days, the online content platform ( streaming ) was used by subscribers to watch series episodes, such as Breaking Bad, which they had not seen when they were released.
But as the company grew more significant, it became more known for producing high-quality content of its own.
Undoubtedly, one of the primary keys to the success of Netflix is that it offers its own content, which has led it to produce an essential legion of hardcore fans eagerly await the premiere of the seasons of series like "Orange is the new black" or "House of Cards." The production of their own content is a direct consequence of the refusal of many influential creators of entertaining to let them broadcast their material. To combat this problem, Netflix decided to create its own exclusive content to increase its catalog. The most important thing is that it is high-quality content, with great scripts and renowned actors. However, despite the success of its own content, the company is willing to continue establishing agreements with third parties.
Well, very simple: thanks to the subscribers. And is that through subscriptions the company gets a large amount of data from its own users, information that allows you to work to achieve greater personalization of content and, of course, more significant engagement. In this way, they manage to keep the subscribers and, at the same time, win new ones.
The great advantage is that, unlike other televisions and producers, its global distribution in many corners of the world allows it to offer a fair offer to the different niche communities, satisfying the social needs of each country.