Netflix reports that the Irishman was seen by 26 million people in 7 days


According to Netflix, his massive hit movie, created by Martin Scorsese, was seen by 26.4 million homes in just one week. The number includes individuals who obtained 70% through the 3 and a half hour movie.

Netflix generally does not publish its audience numbers for movies and television shows, nor are they directed by third-party organizations. In any case, last week, the data collection company, Nielsen, reported that the Irish It had 13.2 million viewers in its first five days in the United States alone.

Approximately one in 5 viewers watched the movie in its entirety on the first day of its release on November 27, Nielsen says. If the data is correct, it means that The Irishman of Netflix was easily one of the most viewed movies for an Oscar this year.

Created for $ 160 million, the film was screened exclusively in the theater for three weeks, however, larger theaters generally avoid showing films that do not follow the traditional timeline. Netflix has not disclosed the box office receipts.

Last Monday the Irish He won five Golden Globe nominations, in addition to being named the best film of the year by the National Review Board, as well as the New York Film Critics Circle. The Irishman received two Golden Globe nominations, including drama and best film.

For the most part, the Irish He was well received by critics, especially for the cast performances, including Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. However, not everyone liked the movie, as many on social networks described it as boring and too long.

Scorsese fans know that this is the first time that Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Martin Scorsese have been working together since 1996 Casino. The actors and the director have a long-standing relationship since the 1970s.


However, Robert De Niro has undoubtedly starred in more Martin films than any other actor. by the IrishSpecifically, Martin and Robert De Niro had to ask Poe Pesci several times to star in the film.

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