Massachusetts Here Is Our Most Popular Netflix Show
If this time of year provides you with a few additional post-holiday chill hours, then you may be interested in Netflix’s best shows of the year. The Daily Mail recently featured the most popular Netflix show streamed in each state. It turns out that Massachusetts agreed with 17 other states in our stream of choice.
The Daily Mail broke down a visual map by Stats Panda that laid out each state’s favorite show. This was generated by analyzing detailed Google Trends. Looking at this graphic New England immediately jumps out at you, with Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine all having the same most popular Netflix show. In addition, it looks like Massachusetts and New York are actually agreeing upon something and on the same team.
The Diplomat Is Massachusetts’ Most Streamed Netflix Show
What’s fascinating here is The Diplomat first premiered just seven months ago. This drama, thriller series stars Kerri Russell and Rufus Sewell.
“Amid an international crisis, a career diplomat juggles her new high-profile job as ambassador to the UK and her turbulent marriage to a political star,” Netflix explains.
The northwest part of the country had the same interest as the northeast, with The Diplomat being the most streamed Netflix show in that part of the country as well. Other popular series included Kaleidoscope, The Night Agent, and Beef. All of these programs also debuted in 2023.
Equally as fascinating are the Netflix shows that made a single appearance on this list. For example, Rhode Island was the only state that loved 1899 the most. It appears Utah residents were highly intrigued by more a gossip style entertainment. Harry & Meghan was the most streamed show there.
Lastly, NFL football always takes center stage across America. Netflix certainly knows how to lean into this. Their collaboration with Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions created one of the most buzzed about series of the year in Quarterback. However, this was only the most popular Netflix show in North Dakota and Nebraska this year.