This year, we’ve binged hard and streamed like our lives depended on it. Now it’s time to take a look back at some of the most-watched TV shows and movies over the last several months, according to Variety. This particular list of 30 most-watched VOD releases, was put together by research and analytics firm ScreenEngine/ASI who surveyed 1,200 U.S. video viewers age 13-64.

We’d just like to take this time and thank Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ for being some true MVPs this year. Really, if it wasn’t for them, we probably would have gone insane back in July, but here we are!

Because their results have yet to be verified by the streaming services themselves, and due to the fact they exclusively spoke to our friends across the border, this is just a list of what we’re likely to see on the official reports we’re expecting later this month – but we thought it was cool compilation nonetheless.

While some titles sounded right on the money, the list did still managed to surprise us a little bit, so it’ll be fun to compare and contrast before the new year. Let’s take a look, shall we?

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1. Hamilton: The Movie  – Disney+
2. Borat 2: Subsequent Moviefilm  – Prime Video
3. My Spy  – Prime Video
4. Extraction – Netflix
5. Phineas & Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe – Disney+
6. Mulan (2020) – Disney+
7. The Old Guard- Netflix
8. The Trial of the Chicago – Netflix
9. Roald Dahl’s The Witches (2020) – HBO Max (Not yet released in Canada)
10. The Lovebirds – Netflix
11. Rebecca – Netflix
12. Project Power – Netflix
13. Enola Holmes – Netflix
14. Black is King -Disney+

15. Madea’s Farewell Play – Prime Video (not available in Canada)
16. Da 5 Bloods – Netflix
17. Bad Hair – Hulu
18. Artemis Fowl – Disney+
19. Lost Girls – Netflix
20. An American Pickle – HBO Max (Available on Crave)
21. Spenser Confidential – Netflix
22. The Devil All The Time – Netflix
23. Stargirl – Disney+
24. Greyhound – Apple TV+
25. Holidate – Netflix
26. Palm Springs – Hulu (coming to Amazon Prime Canada December 18th)
27. The One And Only Ivan – Disney+
28. Clouds – Disney+
29. Blow the Man Down – Prime Video
30. The Sleepover – Netflix

Phew. There it is, friends. How many of these ‘most-watched VOD releases’ have you seen, and what do you think of their list? How close do you think it’ll be to say, Netflix’s or Amazon Prime’s official list? We’re on the edge of our seats waiting for the results – but until then, it was nice to take a walk down memory lane, wasn’t it? Happy watching!