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Most Streamed Content of 2019 – What Your Hotel Guests are Watching

2019 was just the start to how delivering content for hotel guests make a difference. We saw a huge shift within the hospitality industry with Hilton and Netflix partnering on in-room streaming, and IHG piloting virtual reality program. Hotel guests are already traveling with their personal devices, and brands are understanding what their guests want when they stay.

Let’s look back at 2019, as see what some of the most streamed content was.

  1. Netflix- All top streamed shows of 2019 were on Netflix, but one.
  2. YouTube
  3. HBO GO
  4. Showtime
  5. HULU
  6. Pandora
  7. Prime Video

*not listed in any specific order

According to TV Time, are the 20 shows that were most-watched in 2019.

Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale was the only series not created by Netflix.

Looking into 2020, the content and application engagement in hotels will continue to increase. Brands will have access to big data showing what their guests are using and most engaged with. WorldVue® by World Cinema allows guests to not only stream content from their TV from Netflix, HBO Go, SHOWTIME, YouTube, Crackle and more, but it enables guests to cast their own devices using Chromecast.

WCI’s WorldVue® Portal is a backend database empowering the ability to manage your hotel in real-time and provide useful states to drive ROI. World Cinema creates the systems and technology that the hospitality industry needs.

*All apps, excluding Showtime, use guests login credentials that are cleared upon check out.

*Showtime enables guests to watch their series and movies without any login credentials.