‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Puts In A Monster Performance in Netflix Top 10s in Week 1


Avatar The Last Airbender Viewing Stats For Week 1

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Avatar: The Last Airbender simply debuted on Netflix, and on condition that we’re at the moment awaiting a season 2 announcement, every little thing will come right down to its viewing stats over the subsequent few weeks. How effectively is the present performing to this point? Let’s dive in!

Last week, I posted a ballot on my private Twitter asking most of the people what number of viewing hours the present would get in week 1. It was a decent race, with over 200M viewing hours coming first with 30.6% of the vote, 100-150M hours in second at 29.8% of the vote, after which 151-200M and fewer than 100M rounding out the outcomes with 21.9% and 17.8% respectively.

So, how effectively did the present do in week 1? Avatar: The Last Airbender picked up 153.40M hours watched in its first 4 days. That equates to 21.2M views in its first 4 days, debuting as the #1 English language TV sequence.

Per Netflix, right here’s how they describe the outcomes for week 1:

“After just four days, Avatar: The Last Airbender is an “immediate sensation.” The sequence debuted atop the English TV List with 21.2M views and reached the Top 10 in 92 international locations.”

Avatar The Last Airbender First Week Performance

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Let’s check out how that stacks up with the views (what we name accomplished viewing equivalents – hours watched divided by runtime) metrics in comparison with different Netflix Original scripted sequence launched on a Thursday (which is the overwhelming majority of the largest US titles):

Avatar The Last Airbender Views Vs Other Netflix Shows

First 4 days on Netflix CVE

Hours Comparison To ONE PIECE and Cowboby Bebop

Let’s examine the hours watched to some different earlier Netflix variations. Note that we’re not utilizing Netflix’s views metric for this one, however quite simply the uncooked viewing hours. So this doesn’t contemplate runtime, which is totally different between reveals and never an ideal comparability.

Cowboy Bebop is likely one of the most high-profile casualties of Netflix’s library in recent times. After an enormous run-up to launch, the sequence underperformed, in contrast to something we’d seen earlier than, choosing up 15.26M hours watched in week one and struggling to get way more within the following weeks.

In distinction, ONE PIECE put in huge numbers for Netflix in week 1, with 140.1M hours watched, equating to 18.5M views.

We’ve additionally included The Sandman and Resident Evil on this record. Both reveals had totally different fates. Resident Evil, which had a powerful debut however lagged in later weeks, is a cautionary story of trying an excessive amount of into week 1 figures because the present dropped dramatically within the following weeks and was canceled. The Sandman didn’t debut with improbable numbers however grew in week two and dropped steadily.

With all that in thoughts, right here’s how Avatar: The Last Airbender stacks up:

Avatar The Last Airbender Hours Watched Week 1

FlixPatrol Data on Avatar: The Last Airbender So Far

FlixPatrol, which measures the every day Netflix high 10s, is tough to make use of as a measurement gauge simply but and can actually come into play within the subsequent few weeks. Per their information, the present remains to be no 1 in 79 international locations out of the 93 they monitor as of February twenty seventh. Just a few notable exceptions embody some Spanish-speaking areas the place Wrong Side of the Tracks and Alpha Males are at the moment outpacing it. In the UK, Can I Tell You A Secret? and One Day are at the moment monitoring a bit higher.

TvStats.com, which tracks exterior sources like Wikipedia, Reddit, Twitter, Torrents, and IMDb, says the present has been the no 1 trending title since February twenty second.

What did you concentrate on Avatar: The Last Airbender, and the way do you charge its efficiency to this point? Let us know within the feedback.


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