Don't Look Up has now arrived at 152.29 million viewing hours Universally

Don’t Look Up has now arrived at 152.29 million viewing hours universally for the seven day stretch of December 27-January 2. This amazing feat presently makes the film the title with the most seen hours for a film in a single week in Netflix’s history and it is currently the third-most-watched film (in its first 28 days) ever. The film is currently behind just individual Netflix originals, Bird Box and Red Notice, which it might before long overtake on its course to reaching the coveted unsurpassed record for the streamer.

The degrees of progress that Don’t Look Up is currently experiencing are surprising, in any event, for the movie’s director. McKay recently tweeted that he is “straight-up flabbergasted” by the viewing numbers that his film has been receiving. In its first two days of delivery on Netflix, Don’t Look Up had effectively logged 111,030,000 hours seen. Although Netflix doesn’t deliver everyday viewing data for its content, there is no question the streamer will be sharing insight about future records being broken as they happen. Space is the limit for Don’t Look Up, as it is certain to continue gaining more watchers in the coming many months.

Don't Look Up has now arrived at 152.29 million viewing hours Universally

The Adam McKay-directed climate change satire Don’t Look Up has now amassed the most viewing hours for a film in a single week in Netflix’s history. The film centers around two scientists, Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer Lawrence) and Randall Mindy (Leonardo DiCaprio), on their pursuit to caution the US Government and the general population of an imminent extinction-level comet headed towards the earth. Likewise, co-starring in the film are Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Cate Blanchett, and Mark Rylance.

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