Welcome back to another new edition of our weekly ‘DEG Watched at Home Top 20 List’ posts where we continue to keep you informed on all of the most popular […]
Welcome back to another new edition of our weekly ‘DEG Watched at Home Top 20 List’ posts where we continue to keep you informed on all of the most popular movies and TV shows watched at home each week, always compiled and released by the Digital Entertainment Group. This week’s new ‘DEG Top 20’ list for November 12, 2020 yet again sees ‘After We Collided’ holding tightly to the top spot, while Warner’s new box set for ‘Game of Thrones: The Complete Series’ moves up into second place as last week’s number 2 spot holder ‘Hocus Pocus’ leaves the list. Meanwhile, ‘Trump Card’ moves from third to fourth this week as ‘Antebellum’ arrives on the list in third and ‘Yellowstone: Season 1’ takes fifth while ‘Spell’ moves all the way down to twentieth this week. Some other classics also appear on the list this week including ‘Home Alone’ in eleventh and ‘V For Vendetta’ in twelfth. Continue below to check out the new news release with this week’s new Top 20 List and then let us know what you’ve been watching in the comments!
AFTER WE COLLIDED STAYS ON TOP WHILE NEW CLASSICS DEBUT IN THE DEG’S LATEST “WATCHED AT HOME TOP 20” LIST
DEG: THE DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT GROUP RELEASED ITS THIRD QUARTER 2020 HOME ENTERTAINMENT REPORT
For the third straight week, romantic drama After We Collided holds on to the No. 1 position in the DEG’s “Watched at Home Top 20” list, with Halloween movies sliding down and other seasonal and current events driven titles climbing the charts. WB’s Game of Thrones: Seasons 1-8 Blu-ray jumped to the No. 2 spot, while Antebellum, which bowed on disc, EST and VOD November 3, debuts at No. 3. As election returns rolled in, Trump Card moved to No. 4 and the first season of Yellowstone rounds out the top 5. The original Borat entered the list at No. 14, drafting off the release of its sequel. Other new titles include holiday favorite Home Alone and V for Vendetta, aptly charting for Guy Fawkes Day (Nov. 5).
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.
Also this week, the DEG released its Third Quarter 2020 Home Entertainment Report, compiled by DEG members, tracking sources and retail input. According to the report, consumers spent $7.3 billion to watch movies and TV shows for home and personal viewing in the third quarter of 2020, an almost 18 percent increase over the same period a year earlier. Digital purchase (EST) and rental (VOD) transactions are up 20 percent year to date, over the same period last year. See the full report here: https://www.degonline.org/wp-
Please see below for the November 12 ‘Watched at Home Top 20’ list:
1 After We Collided (Open Road)
2 Game of Thrones: S1-8 (Warner Bros.)
3 Antebellum (Lionsgate)
4 Trump Card (D’Souza Media, 2020)
5 Yellowstone: S1 (Paramount)
6 Harry Potter: Complete 8-film Collection (Warner Bros.)
7 Yellowstone: S3 (Paramount)
8 Yellowstone: S2 (Paramount)
9 My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (Funimation)
10 Ava (Vertical Entertainment)
11 Home Alone (Disney)
12 V for Vendetta (Warner Bros.)
13 The Wolf of Snow Hollow (MGM)
14 Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (Disney)
15 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (Warner Bros.)
16 Trolls World Tour (Universal)
17 Alone (Magnolia Pictures, 2020)
18 Beetlejuice (Warner Bros.)
19 The Phenomenon (1091)
20 Spell (Paramount)
Source | DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. Digital Sales, Digital Rentals (VOD), DVD & Blu-ray for week ended 11.07.20; excluding PVOD.
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DEG advocates and promotes entertainment platforms, products and distribution channels which support the movie, television, music, consumer electronics and IT industries. With the objective to support and drive marketing initiatives, DEG’s list has been created to increase awareness and encourage adoption by the public and consuming audience of emerging home entertainment formats and new distribution models. The Watched at Home Top 20 is published each Thursday on DEG’s web site, degonline.org, and is distributed in its daily DEN email.