Netflix is ​​becoming more transparent – DIGITAL TELEVISION

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Netflix will list its most successful titles more transparently in the future. New weekly charts supplement the daily top ten by country.

The streaming service is also responding to reservations about the previous publication practice, as emerges from a statement by Vice President Pablo Perez De Rosso published on Wednesday. Critics would have dismissed the previous Netflix rankings with words such as “nonsense”, “nonsense”, “cherry picking” or “unchecked”.

“That is why we sat down at the drawing board again this summer and are pleased today to be able to present the ‘Top 10 on Netflix’.” Every Tuesday, the website shows the most popular titles worldwide and sorted by country.

The lists are based on the information provided on the total number of hours that subscribers spent watching a series, film or other format in the previous week (Monday through Sunday).


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