Jennifer Lopez's new movie, The Mother, has already had impressive success on Netflix. The streaming giant has lost some money because of password sharing and made some changes on the platform. Adding more content to the platform was one of the changes.
The streaming giant has focused on Asian content basically investing thousands of dollars to Korean dramas, meanwhile movie "The Mother" featuring Jennifer Lopez has already made it.
The Mother premiered on the streaming platform on Mother's Day weekend in the US on May 12. In the film, 53-year-old Lopez plays an assassin who comes out of hiding to protect his daughter (played by Lucy Paez), whom he abandoned at an early age. The movie has been a success for the publisher since its release, Deadline reported.
Data obtained by Samba TV shows that The Mother was watched by 2.8 million households in the US in its first weekend. That means Lopez's new movie outperforms (at least initially) two of Netflix's hugely popular sequels: Blades Taken: A Mystery Adventure (Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery) and Murder Mystery 2.