Extraction, Money Heist, The Wrong Missy these three web series drove Netflix Lockdown-Hit Quarter
As we all know this is the time of web series when all the theatres are closed people just have options to stay home and watch web series on Netflix, Amazon prime Zee5 and many other streaming services. The movie stars also releasing the great web series on these paid streaming services. because nowadays people love more series in comparison to movies. There are three big web series Extraction, Money Heist, The Wrong Missy ruled on Netflix during the 2nd quarter of 2020 during Corona and lockdown.
Extraction, Money Heist, The Wrong Missy most-watched series on Netflix during Lockdown: Highlights
- 99 million members tuned into Extraction in first 28 days
- Money Heist brought in 65 million viewers, as projected
- The Wrong Missy watched by 59 million in first four weeks
Chris Hemsworth-starrer Extraction was the most watched title on Netflix this past lockdown-hit quarter (between April and June). Nearly a hundred million Netflix subscribers — 99 million, Netflix said — tuned into Extraction during the initial a month of its discharge. It was trailed via season 4 of Money Heist — known as La Casa de Papel in Spanish-talking markets — which acquired 65 million watchers during the initial a month, as Netflix had anticipated it would back in April. That was trailed by 59 million for The Wrong Missy, a romantic comedy delivered by Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison.
Following that are the unscripted series Too Hot to Handle, and Floor is Lava — 51 million Netflix subscribers tuned in for the former, and a projected 37 million are expected to do so for the latter. Also in the mix were the Mindy Kaling co-created Never Have I Ever and Steve Carell-starrer Space Force, both at 40 million. The animated feature film The Willoughbys racked up 38 million viewers, while Spike Lee’s Vietnam drama Da 5 Bloods pulled in 27 million member households.
In its quarterly report, Netflix namechecked a couple of films and TV shows it will discharge later in 2020, including the Aaron Sorkin-helmed The Trial of the Chicago 7; the vivified The Sponge Bob Movie: Sponge on the Run that it gained from Paramount this week for a worldwide run, aside from the US and China; the up and coming third period of Cobra Kai alongside the initial two seasons that had initially premièred as a YouTube Original; and the Lily Collins-drove Emily in Paris, which moves from Paramount Network to Netflix.
Beyond that, Netflix said it has begun resuming productions across the world, including Korea and Japan in Asia, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, and the UK in Europe, and parts of the US in North America. At the same time, there’s “uncertainty” for US productions due to the rising cases of COVID-19. That is also a problem in India and parts of Latin America, which Netflix called “more challenging” and where it hopes to restart filming later in 2020.