Netflix sets a new audience record Do not search! which reached more than 150 million views worldwide in its first week.
The streaming service’s movie debuted with 111 million hours watched, and reached 152.29 million hours worldwide between December 27 and January 2, setting a new record for watched hours per week. The standings and records were also confirmed until the deadline.
It’s been a few weeks and you’re not looking! The film became the third most-watched movie ever produced by Netflix after the first 28 days, and was preceded only by Birds in the Box and Extremely Dangerous Criminals. Deadline estimates that comedy about the apocalypse will precede both films and that the most-watched movie on Netflix will take its place in the near future, writes Jamespot.
The comedy centers around two scientists, Kate DiPasky (Jennifer Lawrence) and Leonardo DiCaprio (Randall Mindy), who discover a meteor that is approaching Earth and is so large that it could wreak havoc on the entire planet. It is calculated that there are 6 months and 14 days left until the collapse, so they are trying very hard to convince the media, the President of Washington (Meryl Streep) and the people to realize the seriousness of the situation and take steps to save humanity. .
The film is a satire of current American culture, with a strong focus on the harmful effects of media and people’s desire to live. Celebrities such as Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande and many other famous stars star in the film.
Adam McKay, the film’s director, was completely shocked to see the movie’s viewing data. His famous films include The famous Legend of The Ron Burgundy, The Butterflies of Wall Street and The Big Throw.
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