We’ve got a new set of numbers for the StatShot family starting today. In addition to TorrentFreak’s Most BitTorrented movies and the Video Breakout’s Cool 100, our good friends at TVbytheNumbers will be sharing with us the top DVR’d programs each week.
And what better way to induct the stats into the family than with a lot of drama. Six dramas, actually, as Grey’s Anatomy had the largest time-shifted audience for last week, followed by House, CSI and a host of other heavy shows. For a little levity, The Office had the biggest increase in DVR vieiwing. Check out the full top 20.
Hollywood spoof Tropic Thunder stormed to the top of TorrentFreak‘s list of the most BitTorrented movies last week, bringing with it some other newcomers, including WALL-E and the colon-heavy trio of The Chronic(what!)cles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the TV movie Futurama: Bender’s Game.
|3||(new)||The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Capsian|
|5||3||Burn After Reading|
|6||(new)||Star Wars: The Clone Wars|
|8||(new)||Futurama: Bender’s Game|
|10||5||Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull|
Over at Video Breakout‘s Cool 100 List, Barack Obama makes a strong push with 7.5 million views last week to jump to No. 2. Will the surge in online viewers translate into a surge of voters tomorrow?
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TorrentFreak data is based on http downloads of .torrent files from various BitTorrent sites. The data is collected by TorrentFreak and is for informational and educational reference only. Currently both DVDrips, DVD Screeners and R5 rips are counted. The “back” designation means that the title was in the list before and has reappeared, possibly in a new format.
The Video Breakouts Cool 100 offers a weekly snapshot of the most-viewed Internet video authors and producers. Click any author in the list to see their Author Summary Report. All Video Breakouts lists and statistics are gathered through selective discovery and tracking. Where available, Video Breakouts uses video site Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to retrieve statistics. For sites that do not publish APIs, the company analyzes their HTML web pages to discover assets and track statistics.