Netflix's El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie has taken off to a great success, as recent reports have shown that 6.5 million viewers have already seen the movie in just its first three days of release.
According to Nielsen's SVOD Content Ratings, 40% of the people that tuned into the show which is 2.65 million viewers watched it on the first day of release. The ratings service also says that the majority of the people who watched the film were adults in the age range of 18-34, which equated for 1.08 million people. The second largest age range was between 35-49 years old, measuring at 738,000 people.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie was an incredible compliment to Breaking Bad. It probably wasn't as good as Breaking Bad, but I don't personally think that was the films goal. El Camino felt as if it was more so an epilogue to Breaking Bad, and designed to not be anything close to how spectacular the shows finale was, but instead compliment it in a way that left viewers satisfied with the final concluding events of Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul).
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