Michael B. Jordan ‘No remorse’ draws 2.3 million homes in the first Amazon weekend – Deadline

Following Amazon Prime Video’s click on 175 million customers, the streamer’s acquisition of Skydance / Paramount / New Republic’s Tom Clancy’s Without remorse drew 2.3 million American households on its first weekend according to Samba TV.

That number beats the 1.6 million Samba TV households that broadcast Amazon Next movie Borat during its first weekend of October 23-25. The third-party service did not survey viewers for Amazon Coming from America, which according to Amazon is the most watched streaming movie title during the pandemic, although official numbers have not been reported (Nielsen said a month later that the first week of the picture from March 1-7 had totaled 1.4 billion minutes; the first No.1 win ever for Prime).

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While Samba’s number doesn’t tell the full story of the Michael B. Jordan movie’s global or American reach, it’s the best indication we’ve had of the popularity of the photo in homes since Amazon, like other streamers do not report audience figures. Note Samba TV only polls US terrestrial televisions, not mobile or digital, for at least five minutes for those who have watched the film. Samba also reports that 208K UK households watched Without remorse during the weekend.

With Coming from America, Amazon has significantly expanded the diversity of its Prime submarines. In the wake of this, Samba also reports that black viewers overindexed (+ 95%) when watching Without remorse, as do households in Atlanta (+ 61%) and Raleigh, North Carolina (+ 46%).

Further emphasizing the large number of viewers for Without remorse Over the weekend in the US for Amazon, Screen Engine claims the film was most viewed Friday through Sunday (no metrics or viewership figures provided), ahead of Netflix / Sony Pictures Animation. The Mitchells against the machines, The second weekend of HBO Max’s New Line title Mortal combat, 2x Oscar winner Judas and the black Messiah, and the last weekend of Warner Bros./Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong. Screen Engine / ASI’s PostVOD service is polling more than 3,000 US viewers aged 13 to 64 about the streaming titles they watched during the period April 30 to May 2.

In the Samba TV weekend comparisons, Without remorse came under HBO Max’s first weekend Mortal combat (3.8 million U.S. households April 23-25), but ahead of the Christmas weekend 2020 launch Wonder Woman 1984 (2.2 million US households). Samba weighed the audience for Godzilla vs. Kong on HBO Max for five days to 3.6 million U.S. households, and Justice League by Zack Snyder March 18-21 to 1.8 million US homes.

Skydance TV also has series Jack Ryan by Tom Clancy on Amazon Prime. New Republic also co-financed Amazon Prime acquisition securities Coming 2 America and to come from Skydance The war of tomorrow.

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