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Apple TV+ beats Netflix by having the highest rated shows on IMDb


Five years have passed since the announcement of Apple TV+. Despite its comparatively smaller content library, Apple TV+ productions have garnered numerous awards over the years. Notably, a study conducted by Self Financial revealed that Apple TV+ boasts the highest-rated content on IMDb among streaming platforms.

The study by Self Financial delved into IMDb ratings for content across major US streaming platforms, including Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, Peacock, HBO Max, Paramount+, and Apple TV+.

Interestingly, Amazon Prime Video currently leads with the largest content library, boasting 13,827 movies and shows which is more than double that of Netflix, which holds the second position – Apple TV+ trails with the smallest catalog, offering only 271 titles.

As you know, quantity isn’t equal to quality, despite its limited catalog, Apple TV+ shines with the highest average content rating of 7.01 out of 10, according to IMDb. In case you are wondering which is the number one show on Apple TV+ in terms of ratings, it is the acclaimed series Ted Lasso, which has won Emmy awards. Ted Lasso is a comedy drama TV Series starring Jason Sudeikis who plays as an American college football coach who is hired to coach a professional soccer team in England, despite having little knowledge about the sport.