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TitleVisibility scoreNumber of appearancesMaximum visibility scoreChange from previous week4-week sparklineVampire Diaries221388-28The Crown244585+88Leave the World Behind257588+76Gossip Girl257490+94Stranger Things266676+25My Life with the Walter Boys271491+156Pax Massilia2784100+84Wednesday279579+105Virgin River282685+158Friends285783+94

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Want to know the month's top 10 most visible titles? Or how prominent an actor is on the homepage? How about the visibility of Japanese anime to a user who likes Korean dramas? We've got you covered.

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seriesES2023Drama, Crime, ActionBerlinVisibility851221 pixels from top286 pixels from left228 pixels wide128 pixels highseriesFR2021-2023Drama, Crime, ActionLupinVisibility761465 pixels from top765 pixels from left228 pixels wide128 pixels highseriesGB2010-2015DramaDownton AbbeyVisibility592038 pixels from top1023 pixels from left228 pixels wide128 pixels high

Our expertise sets us apart

We are Grégoire Bideau and Steven Tallec, former Sorbonne University researchers. We founded Arvester with the aim of taking analytics in the audiovisual industry to the next level.

  • 2020

    We co-founded the Chaire PcEn at the Sorbonne, a research lab funded by third parties, among which Netflix, Prime Video, Arte, SACD...

  • 2022

    We developed the first method for measuring content prominence on Netflix, and used it to ascertain whether European titles are visible to users who don't watch them.

  • 2023

    Building on what we learned, we launched Arvester to explore real-world applications for measuring the visibility of content online.

  • 2024

    France's two biggest institutions for film and TV, the Arcom and the CNC, have started to include our metrics in their reports.