Fitzgerald Is a Still the Flagship for Amazon Prime TV Shows

Viewers of Amazon Prime TV shows seem drawn to the Jazz Age. The Last Tycoon and Z: The Beginning of Everything took nearly half of all the unique viewers among the top ten shows produced by Amazon, according to data from Jumpshot.

This signals a slight fall for The Last Tycoon compared to last week, when the show, based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s unfinished novel, took 40 percent of unique visitors among the top ten on its own. Since it’s debut, the enthusiasm has cooled only slightly.

Older Amazon shows made up the difference. Along with Z, Sneaky Pete, Suits, and Mr. Robot all saw gains in unique viewers compared to last week.

Salvation, Lost in Oz, and Catastrophe all saw some fall-off, and were relegated to the bottom half of the list.


About Jumpshot:

Jumpshot is a marketing analytics company that helps businesses understand their customer’s entire online lives. From the key sources of trac to a site, to the browsing, consumption, and buying behavior on a site, to where users go once they’ve left a site, its product set reveals that entire customer journey. Jumpshot analyzes the clickstream data of its 100-million customer panel, 50% of which is mobile, and spans 188 countries.

Andrew Redoble

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