27 January 2021 17:48

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The Last Dance most in-demand global series debut of 2020

Parrot Analytics, the global TV analytics firm, today announced the winners for the 3rd annual Global TV Demand Awards as well as the Virtual Festival video series schedule. The 2021 Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival format will bring together talent, creators and executives behind the world’s most popular shows in a daily video series.

The winners for the 2021 Global TV Demand Awards are:

World’s Choice (Most In-Demand TV Show in the World 2020): Game of Thrones

Most In-Demand Adult-Animated Series of 2020: Rick and Morty

Most In-Demand Anime Series of 2020: My Hero Academia

Most In-Demand Children’s Series of 2020: Spongebob Squarepants

Most In-Demand Comedy Series of 2020: Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Most In-Demand Documentary Series of 2020: The Last Dance

Most In-Demand Drama Series of 2020: Game of Thrones

Most In-Demand Series That Ended on a High Note of 2020: The 100

Most In-Demand Historical Drama of 2020: Vikings

Most In-Demand Horror Series of 2020: American Horror Story

Most In-Demand Korean Drama of 2020: Crash Landing on You

Most In-Demand Latin American Series of 2020: El Payaso Plim Plim: Un Héroe Del Corazón

Most In-Demand Reality Series of 2020: MasterChef Australia

Most In-Demand Series Debut of 2020: The Last Dance

Most In-Demand Superhero Series of 2020: The Flash

Most In-Demand Variety Series of 2020: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

The winning series for each category was determined based on global TV demand data for the period January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020.

The 2021 Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival highlights what makes exceptional content stand out among a worldwide “sea of content” competing for audience attention, in a year which saw unprecedented media consumption at home. The conversations captured in the exclusive video series are candid, intimate discussions focusing on both the creative and business decisions that proved successful for each participant.

Confirmed speakers include Casey Bloys, Chief Content Officer at HBO and HBO Max; Matthew Ball, Managing Partner, Epyllion Industries; André Vargas, Head of Data, CAA; Jason Hehir, Director, The Last Dance; Alba Baptista, actor, Warrior Nun, and Simon Barry, creator and executive producer of Warrior Nun, Reality Distortion Field, Gregoire Gabalda, Sr. Director, Global Editorial Licensing, Ubisoft, Jason Altman, SVP, Ubisoft Film & Television, Stephanie Simard, VP of Marketing, Ubisoft Film & Television, Marty Benson, show runner, MasterChef Australia, Kee MinSoo, director of Good Doctor, Korean Broadcasting System, John Couling, SVP of Commercial Partnerships, Dolby, with additional speakers to be announced soon.

“We’re honored to share the conversations we’ve had with the visionaries behind the world’s most popular TV shows of 2020 to offer a unique perspective to executives seeking insights into what makes a show successful right now. The Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival is unique in that all winners have been selected based on global demand data insights, without any judges involved” said Rebekah Zabarsky, Executive Producer of the awards and Marketing Director at Parrot Analytics. “Anyone interested in learning how to create, produce, distribute, market, and acquire exceptional content should tune in and learn from the best.”

The 2021 Global TV Demand Awards: Virtual Festival will stream free on demand for five consecutive days beginning Monday, February 1, 2021 through Friday, February 5, 2021 with new videos being published on each day. Viewers can find the full schedule for the Virtual Festival on www.globaltvdemandawards.com as well as the Parrot Analytics YouTube channel.

Mahesh Manjrekar, Urvashi Rautela, Rajneesh Duggal & more join the cast

The shoot of Jio Studios’ web-series Inspector Avinash has commenced in Mumbai. Joining Randeep Hooda in this cop thriller are a host of talent including Mahesh Manjrekar, Urvashi Rautela, Rajneesh Duggal, Freddy Daruwala, Govind Namdev, Adhyayan Suman, Amit Sial, Priyanka Bose and Abhimanyu Singh. Elated to begin shooting for this exciting thriller, the cast shared pictures from the sets where the entire team conducted a puja before the commencement of shoot.

Based on the real life events of super cop Avinash Mishra, the show is helmed by director Neerraj Pathak. Set in Uttar Pradesh, Hooda’s cop avatar will see him in action in a dramatic retelling of the life of the famed cop dealing with criminal activities of the state. Captivated by his persona and accounts of his daring, the director felt compelled to tell his brave story to the world. He approached the real life dynamic cop three years ago who agreed to come on board and blessed the project. Hailing from Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh – Inspector Avinash Mishra has been a part of the Special Task Force and the Anti-Terrorism Squad. Often referred to as Guruji, he has contributed successfully to several important cases and was posted in Lucknow for quite some time. He retired later as a DSP. And now, audiences will get to see all the action behind his courageous journey through this web series.

A night she cannot remember, a crime she cannot forget! So won’t you with Netflix’s upcoming murder mystery The Girl On The Train. The edge of the seat thriller, headlined by versatile and much-loved actors - Parineeti Chopra, Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari and Avinash Tiwary, will have you holding your breath as the mystery unravels. Directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and produced by Reliance Entertainment, the film is slated to release on 26th February 2021 on Netflix.

The Girl On The Train is the story of Meera (Parineeti Chopra), who fixates on the perfect lives of a couple from afar, during her daily commutes on the train. One day, she witnesses something out of the ordinary, that shocks her. The film follows her journey as she tries to unravel the truth. The Girl On The Train is an official adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ bestselling book by the same name.

Director Ribhu Dasgupta said, “I always wanted to explore this genre and loved this unique story. There is plenty to relate to both in terms of the emotions and mysteries that I was able to delve into in this thriller - rejection, loneliness, voyeurism, daily commutes on which we see and don’t see things. It was an extremely fruitful experience working on the film and collaborating with Netflix is always incredible. Hope the audience will be as excited watching The Girl On The Train as I was making it.”

Shibasish Sarkar, Group Chief Executive Officer, Reliance Entertainment said, “The Girl On The Train marks our first film collaboration with Netflix, with many more to come! We are very excited about this suspense thriller, Ribhu’s directorial sensibilities and the extremely talented cast."

Pratiksha Rao, Director- Content Acquisition, Netflix India said, “We are thrilled to bring The Girl On The Train to our members in India and around the world. We want to be the home for the most entertaining films in the country. This riveting murder mystery is a great addition to the incredible and diverse selection of films on Netflix across many languages.”

Friday, 15 January 2021 00:00

2021: New Movies. Every Week. On Netflix

We’re kicking 2021 off with a bang .

This year’s line-up will surprise and delight cinephiles across the globe with films from Award winning filmmakers, including Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog), Paolo Sorrentino (The Hand of God) and Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up).

We’re bringing you a year of films filled with more of the things we know our members love - zombies (Army of the Dead), cowboys (The Harder They Fall, Concrete Cowboy), and high school romance (including the culmination of the To All the Boys and The Kissing Booth trilogies). We’re re-introducing you to teen screams (Fear Street trilogy, There’s Someone Inside Your House), turning your favorite books into films (The Woman in the Window, Munich, The Last Letter from Your Lover), bringing you more adrenaline-pumping blockbusters (Red Notice, Sweet Girl, Kate) and giving your family a reason to say YES to watching films together (YES DAY, Back to the Outback, Finding ‘Ohana).

Netflix will bring you a new movie every week featuring the biggest stars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Sandra Bullock, Dwayne Johnson, Idris Elba, Meryl Streep, Zendaya, Jennifer Lawrence, Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Garner, Gal Gadot, Dave Bautista, Naomi Watts, Jake Gyllenhaal, John David Washington and Octavia Spencer. And films from your favorite filmmakers like Zack Snyder, Nora Fingscheidt, Joe Wright, Antoine Fuqua, Shawn Levy, Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman and the directorial debuts from Halle Berry and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

 

Since launching in 2012, Netflix has grown rapidly in Europe. By 2016, it had launched its services across the whole of Europe, and passed the $1 billion revenue milestone.

By 2017, it had the largest customer tally of any subscription TV business in Europe. And by 2020, it reached another milestone. Last year, Netflix had become the second largest entity in Europe in terms of revenues, behind only Comcast (which owns Sky’s operations in Europe), and overtaking the German public broadcaster ARD. It would seem that there is no limit to Netflix’s meteoric rise as it helps itself to a greater portion of the audio-visual revenues. In 2020, Netflix alone accounted for more than 6 per cent of all European TV revenues.”

While Netflix has enjoyed success across the continent, local broadcasters are facing increased pressures. The coronavirus pandemic has thrown the TV advertising market into decline, compounding and accelerating the woes of traditional and established brands. And while Netflix’s pockets are getting deeper, local entities are struggling to compete. Over the next few years, Netflix alone is set to be better funded than many leading commercial broadcasters, and its scale means that it is able to produce quantities of high-quality content that most of its local competitors cannot match. This global vs. local imbalance will further accelerate the online viewing shift, which is now beginning to shift to older demographics as well as young.

Source:Ampere Analysis

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