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Demand for Taylor Sheridan’s ”Yellowstone“ prequel increased 56% during its premiere week
In this weekly data series powered by Parrot Analytics we look at the top breakout shows of the past week. Breakout shows are the most in-demand series that have premiered in the past 100 days.
As predicted last week, Paramount+’s prolific showrunner Taylor Sheridan has done it again. “Tulsa King” ended on Dec. 18, and the next series in the Sheridan-verse, “1923,” made its debut in the rankings after it also premiered on the same date.
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A documentary about Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee will premiere on Disney+ in 2023, Marvel announced on what would have been the comic book writer’s 100th birthday.
“100 years of dreaming. 100 years of creating. 100 years of Stan Lee,” Marvel Entertainment tweeted Wednesday. “Stan Lee, an Original documentary, is streaming 2023 on @DisneyPlus.”
The teaser features late comic creator’s minor roles and cameos throughout his life in the eyes of his iconic sunglasses.
The documentary plans to “celebrate his legacy as the co-creator of such legendary characters as Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Black Panther, The Incredible Hulk, X-Men, Thor, Silver Surfer, Ant-Man, Nick Fury, The Avengers and hundreds more.”
Lee, who passed away in 2018 at age 95, is credited with co-creating much of Marvel Comics’ vast library of characters and concepts. On the 100 year mark since Lee’s birth, creators and fans alike have paid tribute to
13 years after Avatar broke records, James Cameron is back and his franchise is bigger, bolder and wetter than ever. The director and his team break down their massive undertaking.
As soon as James Cameron finished work on the first Avatar movie in 2009, he gathered his department heads, told them they’d remain on the payroll for an additional two months and asked them to prepare a white paper on what they’d need if there was ever a sequel. “And then we went off to a resort for three days and sat at a big round table and worked out the problem of how to make this better,” Cameron said. The result, 13 years later, is Avatar: The Way of Water, which takes the spectacle of that first movie and kicks it to another level.
That new level is both exterior, with vast new regions of the planet Pandora,
With help from the popularity of Netflix’s ”Wednesday,“ Tim Burton’s ”The Nightmare Before Christmas“ is the most in-demand of the Yuletide films
The demand for Christmas-related content is one of the best cases of seasonal demand in the U.S.
After staying unnoticed most of the year, there’s a revival of the demand for Christmas movies and shows in the last two months. Traditionally, the Christmas atmosphere begins to slowly take place after Thanksgiving in the U.S., when holidays become the main subject of conversations and people rush to do Christmas shopping.
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