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‘The Mitchells vs. The Machines’ Becomes Netflix Biggest Animated Film – Deadline

The Mitchells vs. The Machines, featuring the voices of Danny McBride and Olivia Colman, has become Netflix’s biggest animated film to date.

The streamer said that the sci-fi comedy, which comes from Sony Pictures Animation, director Mike Rianda and Lord and Miller, was watched by 53M member households in its first 28 days.

This is more than the 43M that tuned in for Over The Moon and the 38M that watched The Willoughby’s in the same period.

Elsewhere, on the film side, it estimates that Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood will be watched by 74M in its first 28 days – the comedy was released on June 18. The streamer inched up viewing figures for Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead to 75M, up from the 72M that it had initially predicted.

This puts it tied with Project Power at number eight of its most watched films. Extraction with 99M remains its most-watched feature film followed by Bird Box with 89M.

On the TV side, it noted that fantasy series Shadow and Bone, based on the Grishaverse book series, was watched by 55M member households and Sweet Tooth, based on the DC Comic was watched by 60M in their first four weeks. This puts the latter in at number six of its most-watched TV titles, ahead of Emily in Paris, and just below The Queen’s Gambit, which came in with 62M.

Bridgerton is its most-watch English-language original with 82M.

On the non-fiction side, the second season of Too Hot To Handle was watched by an estimated 29M member households and the second season of The Circle secured 14M, while true crime docuseries The Sons of Sam nabbed 19M.

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