We can also see in the graph above what that does for the relative market share of the two options.
It is JustWatch that has a comparison of League of Legends against traditional sports.
One of the quirks of JustWatch is that it’s a search engine, not a streaming platform. People using JustWatch are finding out where a show is so they can watch it.
JustWatch’s data, an analysis of how people use their search engine, shows that others in the UK might be doing the same as me. That’s to say, watching or researching where to watch, as the Game of Thrones prequel is the top performer in the UK streaming search stats.
HBO and Hulu came to nought here in the UK, and we have no Paramount+, despite having all the Star Trek.
JustWatch is a streaming search engine for movies and shows. You use it to find whether and where you watch what you want. As a result, the platform can produce charts of what the most popular shows are.
We know that Disney+ is doing well. It’s being fuelled by that impressive Disney catalogue and production empire.
Should Peacemaker land in the UK, then JustSearch’s tech, in theory, should help find which channel or platform it’s on.
Star is a content section within Disney+ and launched in the UK 12 months ago. It’s where much of the international (meaning, not the USA) content goes.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife didn’t get great views, although this blogger liked it. Perhaps it’s a bit of a sleeper hit, insofar that it couldn’t possibly live up to the hope and expectations of nostalgia but once removed from that shadow, it holds its own as a good adventure story.