Netflix says a record-breaking 45 million accounts watched 'Hen Field' in its first week, however we do not know what number of completed the film

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  • Netflix mentioned over 45 million accounts watched “Hen Field” in its first week.
  • That is a report for a Netflix film, in response to the streamer.
  • Netflix didn’t specify what number of of these really completed the film, although.

Over 45 million accounts have watched Netflix’s new unique thriller, “Hen Field,” the perfect first week for a Netflix film ever, the streaming big mentioned on Friday.

“Took off my blindfold this morning to find that 45,037,125 Netflix accounts have already watched Hen Field — finest first 7 days ever for a Netflix movie!,” Netflix tweeted.

The film stars Sandra Bullock as a mom who’s attempting to guard her kids after a supernatural pressure, which kills you when you see it, wipes out most of humanity.

READ MORE: Stephen King was ‘riveted’ by Netflix’s new thriller, ‘Hen Field,’ and slammed critics for affected by ‘Netflix Prejudice’

Netflix didn’t specify what number of customers really completed your complete film, although. And Netflix didn’t instantly reply to a request for clarification from Enterprise Insider. 

Netflix has made daring statements about its unique films earlier than. Content material chief Ted Sarandos just lately mentioned that “The Christmas Chronicles” was the largest film of star Kurt Russell’s profession with 20 million views on the streaming service (he didn’t specify what number of of these have been repeat viewings).

“Hen Field” has generated buzz (and memes) on-line because it debuted on Netflix December 21, although critics weren’t blown away by it. The film at the moment has a 65% Rotten Tomatoes critic rating.

Stephen King praised the film final week and mentioned he was “completely riveted” by it. “Do not consider the lukewarm evaluations, which can partly have been brought on by reviewers’ ambivalence to the streaming platform, versus theatrical releases.”

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He added, “One would possibly say film reviewers undergo from the dread NP syndrome: Netflix Prejudice.”

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