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Goliath continues to captivate while new shows begin to climb Amazon Prime charts

By Adam Flomenbaum | Co-Executive Editor

December 8, 2016 | 3 min read

While plenty people are talking about Amazon's decision not to renew the critically acclaimed series 'Good Girl Revolt,' the studio still has a strong arsenal of originals that continue to draw viewers.

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Insights from Jumpshot:

The Night Manager Scores Big: Not only did the mini-series The Night Manager win 3 awards at the Royal Television Society’s Craft and Design Awards, they also took the 2nd highest streamed TV series on Amazon Prime this past week, drawing almost a 20% share.

Grantchester United: Season 2 of Grantchester recently debuted on Amazon Prime on 11/18. Although it only generated a 2% share this past week, with an upcoming holiday special and season 3 set to debut in 2017, expect viewership to grow of this PBS series.

Jumpshot is a marketing analytics company that helps marketers understand their customer’s entire online lives. From the key sources of traffic to a site, to the browsing, consuming, and buying behavior on a site, to where customers go once they’ve left a site, our platform reveal the entire customer journey. Jumpshot tracks more than 160-billion monthly actions from our 100-million customer panel's clickstream activity. In short, we are able to see every single click that our user panel performs in the order that they do them from January 2014 through yesterday.

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