Netflix’s co-CEO and chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, in a recent conference revealed what he said was the “most comprehensive look so far” at Netflix’s top 10 TV shows and movies.
Sarandos made appearance at Vox Media’s Code Conference at the Beverly Hilton. He shared two slides releasing never seen before Netflix’s engagement data. One showed the most popular Netflix shows based on its proprietary metric of the number of accounts that selected a given title in the first 28 days of release (and streamed for at least 2 minutes). A second showed total time spent viewing by hours within the initial 28-day window.
According to Variety, Sarandos said “We’re trying to be more transparent with talent, with the market,” Netflix’s streaming data, he acknowledged, is “a big black box, mostly.
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