It’s a “knife” battle for the top streaming spot of the week. Amazon Prime Video’s highly anticipated third season premiere of Netflix’s ‘Glass Onion: Knives Out Mystery’ starring Daniel Craig and ‘Jack Ryan’ led by John Krasinski battled it out But in the end, the “Knives Out” sequel triumphed, as Samba TV’s Weekly Wrap reports this week.
The Wrap Report offers an exclusive first look at the most-watched movies and individual TV shows of the past week, across both linear TV and streaming. Audience insights are based on data collected from a panel of over 3 million households drawn from over 25 million connected TVs calibrated based on the U.S. Census.
Tom Clancy’s action-thriller series ‘Jack Ryan’ continues to dominate Netflix’s streaming charts, winning 4 of the top 10 slots at No. 2 and Netflix’s new film release ‘Glass Onion.’ It premiered poorly compared to other recent Amazon Original premieres such as “Rings of Power,” “Reacher,” and “The Terminal List.” However, viewers were hooked after the first episode as most people kept watching the second episode.
‘Enola Holmes 2’ ratings more than double, bolstered by Edward Norton and Kate Hudson’s ‘Glass Onion’ co-starring Craig for The Good Nurse has more than doubled. Year. Just in time for the holiday season, when families gather around the biggest screens in their homes, “Glass Onion” tapped into millions of households looking to see the movie they missed in theaters a month earlier.
The new season of Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” starring Lily Collins also topped the streaming list, with the third season premiere at number three. The latest premiere beats the show’s second season premiere by nearly 10%. Wealthy households with incomes above her $200,000 were more likely to watch him 40% more than average households.
In the final week of the holiday season, Christmas movies and specials on linear television significantly outstripped procedural programming, and families have turned to holiday-themed programming. Mariah Carey’s Her CBS Christmas Eve Special, “Mariah Carey: Merry Her Christmas To All!,” Rises High On Linear Her Charts, Proving She’s Still The Undisputed Christmas Queen Did. ABC’s ‘Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade’, NBC’s ‘Dolly Parton’s Mountain Magic Christmas’ and ‘Saturday Night Live Christmas Special’ are also on the list and on TNT. Classic holiday movies such as “A Christmas Story” aired also made the list. and her NBC’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” also took the top spot. Notably dropped from the list this week, Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone,” which has held his #1 spot for the past two weeks, took the holidays off and had no new episodes over Christmas.
Looking at the weekly Nightly News race, David Muir and team take the top spot on ABC, followed by Lester Holt’s “NBC Nightly News” and Norah O’Donnell’s “CBS Evening News” for the weekly cumulative views obtained the number of
Although it didn’t make the list this week, the Paramount+ release of Tom Cruise’s iconic Top Gun: Maverick was streamed by 2 million US households in its first week. Top Designated Market Areas (DMAs) include Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Sacramento, with the former beating the national average by three digits. While other movie titles typically had much shorter theatrical windows before debuting on streaming, about seven months after its theatrical release, Top Gun: Maverick is now available to stream and is building momentum in the coming weeks. It is likely that it will continue to increase.
Dallas Lawrence is SVP and Head of Communications and Brand for WrapPRO partner Samba TV. Click here for more information on Samba TV.