This number comes to data analysts Samba TV, and they know what they’re doing when it comes to numbers.
They also added: “Of the 25 largest DMAs, San Francisco (+67%), Sacramento (+33%), and Los Angeles (+32%) over-indexed the most on viewership.”
However, there are a few caveats to their metrics.
So, these numbers come from mainly people who watched the Snyder Cut via their TV screens.
Also, they’re not able to get the data from around the globe, and this number is only based on HBO Max in the United States.
It’s also taken from people with TVs that are compatible with Samba TV.
1.8 Million households watched The Snyder Cut on HBO Max on its opening weekend
That said, our good friend, Syl Adbul got to speak to Samba TV’s Senior Director, Dr. Jeffrey Silverman on his recent live stream.
He revealed that the numbers for the Snyder Cut are pretty darn high considering when the movie was released (on a Thursday).
He also added one-third of the households who accessed the Snyder Cut through a Samba TV device finished the full movie.
It was also reported that Wonder Woman 1984 was viewed by 2.2 million households within its first weekend.
That movie did come out during the holiday weekend, which is always a much better time of the year to release a big blockbuster movie.
Interestingly enough, 1.7 million households watched the first episode of The Falcon And The Winter Soldier on Disney Plus.
What do you make of this news?
Are your one of the 1.8 million households that watched Zack Snyder’s Justice League on HBO Max?
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