SPOOKY TITLES REIGN IN THE DEG’S LATEST “WATCHED AT HOME TOP 20” LIST

 

Following Halloween weekend, the DEG’s “Watched at Home Top 20” list is largely infused with the spirit of the holiday, including Hocus Pocus at No. 2, Beetlejuice at No. 4, The Nightmare Before Christmas at No. 7, Halloween (2018) and Halloween (1978) at No. 9 and No. 10, respectively, and Scream (1996) at No. 16. Romantic drama After We Collided holds onto the No. 1 position, while Paramount’s thriller Spell, starring Omari Hardwick, debuts at No. 5. Additional newcomers include My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (No. 6) and The Wolf of Snow Hollow (No. 15).  In a nod to the presidential election, consumers made pro-President Trump documentary Trump Card No. 3, while the new season of This is Us lands at No. 18.

DEG compiles the ‘Watched at Home Top 20’ list with the most widely consumed titles on disc and digital during the previous week (except for outside subscription-based streaming platforms). Assembled with the newest studio and retailer data every seven days, it showcases current consumer enthusiasm for home viewing of the newest film and television releases.

Please see below for the November 6 ‘Watched at Home Top 20’ list:
1            After We Collided (Open Road)
2            Hocus Pocus (Disney)
3            Trump Card (D’Souza Media, 2020)
4            Beetlejuice (Warner Bros.)
5            Spell (Paramount)
6            My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (Funimation)
7            The Nightmare Before Christmas (Disney)
8            Ava (Vertical Entertainment)
9            Halloween (Universal, 2018)
10          Halloween (Lionsgate, 1978)
11          Yellowstone: S3 (Paramount)
12          Yellowstone: S1 (Paramount)
13          Yellowstone: S2 (Paramount)
14          Harry Potter: Complete 8-film Collection (Warner Bros.)
15          The Wolf of Snow Hollow (MGM)
16          Scream (Paramount, 1996)
17          Ghostbusters (Sony, 1984)
18          This Is Us: S5 (Fox)
19          Casper (Universal, 1995)
20          Back To The Future Trilogy (Universal)

Source | DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. Digital Sales, Digital Rentals (VOD), DVD & Blu-ray for week ended 10.31.20.