Netflix Released Its End Of Year Stats And We're Watching A LOT Of Netflix, Guys
One nameless hero watched Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 365 times this year.
We all watch a lot of Netflix, right? Right. Well, today we have an exclusive first look at Netflix's viewing statistics from 2017. From how many movies we watched on average, to one user who watched the same movie 365 days in a row, here are the coolest facts we learned:
1. The most popular day globally for binge-watching was January 1, 2017. In the United States, it was January 2.
2. Mexico is the country with the most members watching Netflix every single day.
3. The United States is ranked fourth globally for most members to watch Netflix every single day, behind Mexico, Canada, and Peru.
4. Members watched an average of 60 movies on Netflix this year. (That’s at least one movie per week.)
5. Cumulatively, Netflix subscribers across the world watched 140 million hours of programming a day, which amounts to at about 1 billion hours per week.
6. The highest global re-watch record was set by an American who streamed Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 365 times in 2017.
7. A viewer in Antarctica watched a whole season of Shameless in less than 24 hours.
8. Globally, the "most devoured" show was American Vandal, followed by 3%, and 13 Reasons Why came in third place.
9. In the US, the "most devoured" show (watched more than two hours per day) was also American Vandal, followed by Suburra: Blood on Rome, and Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
10. Globally, the "most savored" show (watched less than two hours per day) was The Crown, followed by Big Mouth, and Neo Yokio.
11. In the US, the "most savored" show was also The Crown, followed by Neo Yokio, and finally, A Series of Unfortunate Events.
12. Globally, the top "shows that got us cheating" (aka shows people watched ahead of significant others) were Narcos, 13 Reasons Why, and Stranger Things.
13. In the US, the top "shows that got us cheating" were Orange Is the New Black, Stranger Things, and Narcos.
14. And the top "shows that brought us together" (shows that families watched together most) were Stranger Things, 13 Reasons Why, and A Series of Unfortunate Events.
15. In the US, Stranger Things also topped the "shows that brought us together." Second place went to A Series of Unfortunate Events, and third place to 13 Reasons Why.