Streaming services are notorious for not officially releasing viewership figures for their shows or movies, but we do get some indication of how a project fared across various platforms thanks to Samba TV. The third-party streaming analytics body has provided some figures for Chris Pratt THE WAR OF TOMORROW and it seems the movie did quite well over the 4 day holiday weekend.
According to Samba TV, The war of tomorrow What watched by 2.41 million American households over the 4-day holiday weekend. This means that, at least according to the Samba TV numbers, The war of tomorrow performed better than other Amazon launches in its early days, such as Tom Clancy with no regrets (2.3 million American households) Y Borat Post Movie (1.6 million US households). Amazon previously reported that Coming 2 America It was its biggest weekend premiere, but figures were not released and Samba TV did not measure the film’s first weekend. It should also be noted that The war of tomorrow surpassed HBO Max’s audience Zack Snyder’s Justice League which attracted 1.8 million American households in its first four days And it could be argued that the movie got a bit more hype.
The war of tomorrow It was a very expensive acquisition for Amazon at $ 200 million, so whatever the full figures are, they had to be quite sizeable for the acquisition to make sense. The film was released in 240 countries and territories on Prime Video on July 2, and based on Screen Engine’s PostVOD audience summary, the film was ranked # 1 during the July 4 weekend for 3 and four days. According to Amazon’s press release on The war of tomorrow, “In addition to #Rating on streaming platforms in the US, Prime Video achieved a world viewer record in Brazil, India, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia, Mexico, Argentina and Japan.”
Samba TV measures the streaming audience in 3 million US terrestrial Smart TV households for those who tuned in to the movie for at least five minutes. Samba TV found that the audience of The war of tomorrow leaning middle classIncome from $ 75,000 to 100,000) and the highest indexed movie in Portland (+ 50%).
According to the official synopsis of the film, “On The war of tomorrow, the world is shocked when a group of time travelers arrive from the year 2051 to deliver an urgent message: Thirty years in the future, humanity is losing a global war against a deadly alien species. The only hope for survival is that the soldiers and civilians of the present are transported to the future and join the fight. Among those recruited is high school teacher and family man Dan Forester (Chris Pratt). Determined to save the world for his young daughter, Dan teams up with a brilliant scientist (Yvonne Strahovski) and her father (JK Simmons) on a desperate quest to rewrite the fate of the planet. “ Directed by Chris McKay, in his debut as a live-action director, the film also stars Betty Gilpin, Keith Powers, Mike Mitchell, and Sam Richardson.
Did you watch The Tomorrow War over the weekend?