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Almost Half of Netflix Subscribers Watched at Least One

Hallmark and Lifetime could be the longtime gamers within the TV vacation film sport, however relative beginner Netflix has a festive boast to make about its personal Christmas content material: “Around half” of Netflix subscribers “watched at least one” of the streaming service’s unique vacation movies in the course of the 2019 vacation season and Netflix’s vacation titles are streamed in all 190 international locations the place the platform is offered, a spokesperson for the streaming service tells TheWrap.

For context, Netflix stated it had reached 167 million subscribers globally on the finish of 2019, so this stat would apply to nearly 50% of these accounts (it’s as much as 195.15 million paid streaming clients as of Sept. 30, 2020). Reminder: Netflix counts a “view” as when somebody watches a particular title for no less than two minutes.

Netflix doesn’t have almost as many unique vacation motion pictures below its belt as Hallmark or Lifetime (who’re placing out 40 and 30 TV movies, respectively, this season) however its library is rising annually, and it’s already recognized for a number of “franchises,” like its beloved “A Christmas Prince” trilogy.

In 2019, the streaming service launched six new unique vacation movies, together with the third installment within the in style “A Christmas Prince” franchise, “A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby,” animated movie “Klaus,” teen flick “Let It Snow,” rom-coms “Holiday in the Wild” and “The Knight Before Christmas,” and the comedy “Holiday Rush.”

This yr, Netflix has seven new motion pictures, together with the Emma Roberts rom-com “Holidate,” the Forest Whitaker-led “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey,” the Vanessa Hudgens-starring sequel “The Princess Switch: Switched Again,” “Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square,” Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn’s household flick “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two,” in addition to “Operation Christmas Drop” and “Tudo Bem No Natal Que Vem”/”Just Another Christmas.”

Beyond these movies, Netflix additionally has new holiday-themed TV exhibits like “Dash & Lily” and “Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas,” and the Christmas specials/sequence finales for “The Big Show Show” and “Ashley Garcia: Genius in Love,” plus a number of youngsters and household titles. You can see the complete record right here.

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