Entertainment

Emmys generate viewership for Amazon's top originals

By Natan Edelsburg | SVP

September 29, 2016 | 3 min read

Amazon Prime Video by Jumpshot

With Amazon's originals getting Emmy buzz, Man in the High Castle and Mozart in the Jungle soared in popularity on Prime Video.

Insights from Jumpshot:

Amazon Prime Video by Jumpshot

Amazon Prime Video by Jumpshot

  • Emmy wins, Prime Views: The two top shows this past week were the Man in the High Castle and Mozart in the Jungle. These 2 shows won Creative Emmys which resulted in much higher views on Amazon Prime on 9/18 and 9/19. These two shows drove an 81% share this past week.

  • Gaga for American Horror Story: One of the newer entries to the top 10 shows was American Horror Story, which drove a 5% share. While Season 6 debuted on 9/14, Season 5 (Hotel with Lady Gaga) debuted on Amazon Prime this past week.

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