Understand how to answer industry questions with the leaderboard

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The Leaderboard shows a complete ranking of all TV shows, movies, talent based on a selected market, time period and gene filters.

Explore the following questions:

  • What content is most popular in my market or on a global scale?

  • How does an individual's popularity compare against other global talent?

  • Which older movies should be considered for acquisition or revival?

Getting the most out of the Leaderboard

Sort by Pulse Metric

The leaderboard is sorted by Demand by default but you can also change the sorting order to any other Pulse Metric, such as Travelability or Franchisability.

Filter by Bookmarks

Bookmark titles or talent directly from the leaderboard and filter the leaderboard to only your bookmarks.

Refine your selection with Gene Filters

Gene filters allow you to narrow down your selection of content or talent, e.g. you can filter the leaderboard down to just Digital Originals under Release Type.

Export Data and Save & Load your analysis

Quickly download a CSV file of your analysis with the download function. If you frequently use a specific market, gene filter and time combination you can also save that selection with the Save & Load Analysis.

Navigate to the details page

Expand a title or talent from the leaderboard and click on "View Details" for a title or talent deep dive on the profile page.

💡Tip: Watch a quick tutorial to see the above tips in action.

Example 1: What scripted, crime content is most popular in the US?

Filter the leaderboard with the genre and series type gene filters.

Example 2: Who are the most popular actors amongst a female, Gen Z skewing audience worldwide?

Filter the leaderboard with the main profession and audience filters.

Example 3: Which older movies should be considered for acquisition or revival?

In the example below, we analyze the demand for movies released in the 1980s. They all have Outstanding demand levels, which puts them in the top 3% of all movies today. Exploring the leaderboard highlights 1980’s movie that are ripe for a reboot or acquisition.

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