ICYMI: Netflix Is Now Sharing Its Streaming Numbers To The World

Binge-watching is the name of the game

December is the month for all things wrapped — literally and figuratively. From presents to music streams and search queries, now, we’re onto Netflix streaming hours. That’s because the streaming service just launched their ‘What We Watched’ Engagement Report.

Netflix 'What We Watched' Engagement Report

Netflix just released a list of titles that accumulated 50,000 viewing hours or more.

The Netflix report: ‘What We Watched’

The new engagement report from Netflix is a list of thousands of titles available on the platform and the number of streaming hours it garnered. The first iteration of the report (which was recently released) covers streaming from January to June 2023. For this period, over 18,000 titles are covered, with each title having a minimum of 50,000 streaming hours.

According to the streaming service, this is a big step for them and the industry. "We believe the viewing information in this report — combined with our weekly Top 10 and Most Popular lists — will give creators and our industry deeper insights into our audiences, and what resonates with them,” Netflix added. They also said they will be releasing a What We Watched report twice a year, every six months.

So what were the Top 5 most streamed titles on Netflix for the first half of 2023? Here’s the list!

Top 5 titles that have the most streaming hours

1. The Night Agent (Season 1)

The story of The Night Agent revolves around a vigilante FBI agent who answers a call that sends him deep into a deadly conspiracy involving a White House mole. The show stars Gabriel Basso (Super8) and Luciane Buchanan (Filthy Rich).

Hours viewed: 812,100,000

2. Ginny and Georgia (Season 2)

Ginny and Georgia is a dramedy series about a mother and her two kids moving to a new town for a fresh start after her husband dies, and then quickly making an impression on the people. It stars Antonia Gentry (Candy Jar) and Brianne Howey (The Exorcist).

Hours viewed: 665,100,000

3. The Glory (Season 1)

Korean superstar Song Hye-kyo earned the praises of fellow actors and fans when The Glory came out. She plays a homeroom teacher who seeks revenge on the high school bullies who tormented and physically abused her. Hye-kyo stars alongside Lee Do-hyun (Hotel del Luna) and Lim Ji-yeon (Welcome 2 Life). The Glory also received a lot of fanfare for its highly anticipated second season — learn more about its cast and plot here.

Hours viewed: 622,800,000

4. Wednesday (Season 1)

Wednesday is a coming-of-age supernatural comedy-slash-horror series revolving around the well-loved Wednesday Addams. In the series, she learns to master her psychic ability while also trying to solve a mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago. Jenna Ortega (Scream) and Emma Myers (Girl in the Basement) star in the show. Find out what you can expect from Wednesday Season 2 here.

Hours viewed: 507,700,000

5. Queen Charlotte

Queen Charlotte is a prequel spin-off of the highly popular Bridgerton series. It focuses on Queen Charlotte’s backstory, how she gets betrothed to George, the King of England, and their epic love story. It stars India Amarteifio (The Evermoor Chronicles) and Corey Mylchreest (The Sandman). And in case Queen Charlotte left you wanting to watch more of Bridgerton, the series will be back for Season 3!

Hours viewed: 503,000,000

In case you’re interested to see what other titles are on the list, you can download the entire report here.

Which ones have you already watched?

(Cover photos from: @kyo1122, @nightagentnetflix, @bridgertonnetflix)

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