Screen Engine/ASI Top 20 VOD Premiere Movies* 11.15.21: ‘Red Notice’ Posts at No. 1

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November 15, 2021 This week on the SEA Top VOD Premiere Movies (video on demand) list, Netflix’s action comedy Red Notice (right) debuted at No. 1. Disney’s Home Sweet Home Alone premiered at No. 2, signaling the upcoming Christmas season. Paramount’s new day-and-date release Clifford the Big Red Dog landed at No. 3. James Bond franchise, United Artists Releasing’s No Time to Die (PVOD) came in at No. 4 with solid viewership, being the top performer among PVOD/EEST titles. A week post-release, Netflix’s trending title Love Hard sat at No. 5. With new movies in, most previous titles moved down several spots, especially top three from last week: Finch on Apple TV+ dropped to No. 8 (from No. 2), Netflix’s The Harder They Fall fell to No. 10 (from No. 1), and Warner Bros.’ Cry Macho (PVOD/EEST) dropped to No. 16 (from No. 3).

For top cumulative streaming viewership, Universal’s Halloween Kills on Peacock and Warner Bros.’ Dune on HBO Max held the No. 1 and No. 2 spots, respectively. Netflix’s Love Hard followed closely at No. 3.

*Screen Engine/ASI’s Weekly Top Watched VOD Premiere Movies list is based on the incidence of respondents from the syndicated weekly PostVODTM online survey where they state which movies they viewed and how recently from a list of recently released VOD movies, in the past six weeks, including PVOD (Premium Video-On-Demand), EEST (Early Electronic Sell Thru), or SVOD (Subscription Video-On-Demand).

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