Apple TV+s “Severance” series and acclaimed “CODA’ movie are among the top 10 most-watched streamed films and shows the week of Feb. 24 to March 2, according to Reelgood, a U.S. movie and TV streaming search engine.
The top 10 list includes, in descending order, “Euphoria” (HBO Max), “Free Guy” (HBO Max and Disney), “Severance” (Apple TV+), “Inventing Anna” (Netflix), “The King’s Man” (HBO Max and Hulu), “West Side Story” (HBO Max and Disney+), “Nightmare Alley” (HBO Max and Hulu), “Reacher” (Amazon Prime Video), “CODA” (Apple TV+), and “Vikings: Valhalla” (Netflix).
Reelgood’s Top 10 ranking is based on streams and engagement on the platform in the United States across all SVOD (subscription video on demand) and AVOD (advertising-based video on demand) services amongst millions of users in the United States. Data is deduplicated at the user-title level.
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