75 million views for Zack Snyder’s epic – .

75 million views for Zack Snyder’s epic – .

Looks like Zack Snyder’s ARMY OF THE DEAD is officially a success! Or, at least, that’s what Netflix reveals via its Quarterly Earnings Report, which puts the movie’s viewership at 75 million member accounts. The information was reported via THR, which also revealed big numbers for several other second quarter titles. Especially, Sweet tooth, despite a lack of hype compared to other top launches, was the top-ranked new series, having been watched by 60 million accounts. That’s 5 million more than the Netflix hit Shadow and bone, who has already secured an order for the second season.

And terms the movies, Kevin Hart Paternity was viewed by 74 million accounts. At the same time, The Mitchells vs. the Machines is Netflix’s biggest animated debut to date, with 53 million views in four weeks.

Of course, Netflix numbers should always be taken with a grain of salt. For example, THR notes that “Netflix’s viewing metric counts two minutes of watching time for a series or movie – long enough to show ‘the choice was intentional,’ as the streamer puts it – as a view. “

Although a big hit (and indeed, Netflix has already snapped up Snyder for Rebel moon) Army of the dead has failed to achieve some of the blockbuster figures achieved by films like Extraction (99 million views), Spencer Confidential (85 million), and Six underground (83 million). As for the series, lupine part 2, surprisingly, did not do as well as its predecessor, reaching 54 million views instead of 76 million for Part 1.

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