Oscar-nominated films are giving the Netflix numbers a boost

Gary Oldman as Herman Mankiewicz and Tom Pelphrey as Joe Mankiewicz / NETFLIX

This year’s list of Oscar-nominated films, including Mank, – Da 5 Bloods and Pieces of a Woman, has brought in big numbers for their streaming home, Netflix – which won the most nominations of any studio this year.

For example, according to Variety, the most nominated film of the year, David FincherThe audience has increased 702% since the nominations were announced last month. This movie saw Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried Nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress, while Inside Hollywood drama earned a nod for Best Picture and Fincher was nominated for Best Director.

Likewise, the multiple candidate Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom – for what Chadwick Boseman received a posthumous nomination for Best Actor, and Viola Davis grabbed a nod from the best actress – saw viewership jump 150%.

Pieces of a woman for that Vanessa Kirby received a nomination for best actress and jumped 140%.

The Oscar heat wasn’t just limited to feature films: nominated documentary A Love Song for Latasha rose 1802% and documentary Crip Camp saw viewership grow 466%.

Even films that are nominated in smaller categories like the Eurovision Song Contest for best song nomination: The Story of Fire Saga, Da 5 Bloods for best score and George ClooneyBest visual effects nominee, The Midnight Sky, saw streaming numbers grow 122%, 87% and 45%, respectively.

The 93rd Annual Academy Awards will air live on ABC on April 25 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

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