/Report: Apple TV + has broken its viewership record since the release of ‘Greyhound’

Report: Apple TV + has broken its viewership record since the release of ‘Greyhound’

There was a lot of buzz about Tom Hanks’ summer blockbuster Greyhound’s move to streaming from the box office, with Apple earning ছবি 75 million. Based on a report received from the deadline, it appears that the investment has been paid.

Apple did not officially report the number of views, Dateline sources said, adding that the results of Greyhound’s opening weekend hit viewers at the “Summer Theater Box Office” and resulted in Apple TV + being the biggest weekend of all time.

Clearly, Apple’s viewing stats should be growing for bigger new releases as more people sign up and the TV app becomes available on more and more platforms. However, the release of Greyhound was further encouraged by the star appeal of Tom Hanks, who also wrote the screenplay for the movie.

The report indicates that about 30% of Greyhound viewers were new subscribers to the Apple TV + service, which Apple would expect to keep among regular users. When Apple TV + users visit Greyhound, Apple first shows a sizzle reel of its current roster of content as a trailer to help reveal what new audiences have to offer.

Still, it can be assumed that a fairly good number of people signed up for the TV + Free trial to watch Greyhound and then canceled. Apple will have to introduce another blockbuster to bring users back as paid users (since the free trial can only be used once).

Apple TV currently has about 30 headlines, as the company is focused on commissioning a list of high-quality big budgets rather than acquiring back catalogs. In the case of the original film, Apple recently made some significant commitments, including signing the Apple 200 200 million Martin Scorsese project and signing a $ 120 million film starring Will Smith as part of its Apple Studios internal production unit. These projects will begin filming next year.

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