Ever since Netflix launched its public list of the top 10 streaming services on the site, channel analysts have been playing the game "Why is this happening now?" The Netflix list is always refreshing, and seeing a lot, with movies like Mel Gibson Taken riff The father of blood go up one day, and disappear completely the next. Many tendencies for titles for obvious reasons – are they new movies on Netflix and enhanced at work, or popular shows with new episodes, such as Ozark either The Minister of Finance. But sometimes, there seems to be a randomness in the top 10, and stick there – like Angry Birds 2, which is unquestionably (or perhaps not completely explained?) you spent weeks on this list before the last entry of the new content.
The same reasons it suggested Angry Birds 2 in the most popular chart may explain the fact that the 2010 animated adventure He despises me recently reached the number-one slot, to stop specifying a list of all-time players, the popular scriptu series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. Tiger King passed the list for almost a month now, fueled by terrible word of mouth and heavy media coverage. It also found the latest growth in the recently-released episode "Somehow," featuring Joel McHale interviewing some of the series' best writers, and gave them a platform to express how they were portrayed.
And admittedly, in an era when big American people are taking shelter at home to prevent the spread of a novel coronavirus, and broadcasting services are seeing a huge traffic boom as a result, Tiger King it has always been uninterrupted, uncomfortable. A series of seven episodes about cat breeder Joe Exotic, and his allegations of killing his animal rights activist Carole Baskin, have been some kind of figure for Netflix viewers. They have perpetuated the story and its many villagers, its untouchable victims, its overcrowded humanity, and its depress ing consequences for America. Compared to this, a 10-year-old made-to-watch movie that manages visual change is not like much competition.
But like Angry Birds 2 before it, He despises me it has a clear appeal to Netflix customers. The film, about how it was sewn, successful manager Gru (Steve Carell) accidentally welcomes three beautiful orphans, is colorful and bright in color. It's been long enough for us to look new again. After many sequels and a spin-off movie Minutes (focusing entirely on Gru's grue-traumatic Gru & # 39; s character, hentchmans who talk a bit), the details of the first movie may seem fresh. Like many popular franchises, sequels have made more money in theaters than ever before. (He despises me made $ 543 million worldwide, while its direct sequel grossed $ 970 million, and You despise me 3 and Minutes both have gone up past the $ 1 billion mark). That said, the original film may be new to many people drawn to the delicate sequence of Minion characters' culture.
Also, the top 10 rankings for Netflix is a bit of a self-fulfilling prophecy for a specific topic. People who never sat down for a Netflix session thinking, “I really want to watch He despises me and ”they may be tempted to join the group they are watching when they see it get on the trend list, especially because it is a relatively short film with no heavy messages or demands. Sounds like a proper look especially at the moment. It starts with Gru, like most of us at home right now, in his most painful, sad, completely hateful world with everyone in it who wants to pester or challenge him. From there it goes on to the fantasy of saved fantasy, with a twist on comedian Looney Tunes. And finally, a note of good feeling is threatened. Maybe that's what we all need now. Certainly Netflix viewers seem to think so at the moment.