Here is the least popular ‘Bandersnatch’ ending
Jan 22, 2019
We finally have some data about Netflix’s “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” interactive film.
The film, which is a choose-your-own-adventure with multiple endings, debuted on Netflix at the beginning of the new year. There are plenty of endings to sift through, Uproxx reports.
Now, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has unveiled data about the show.
- 73 percent of “Bandersnatch” viewers choose Frosties over Sugar Puffs, which is the initial choice that kicks off the film.
On the biggest day of Stefan's life, over 60% of his friends from the future fed him Frosties.
— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) January 17, 2019
- 73 percent of viewers “chose to accept the job at Tuckersoft,” which is one of the early choices in the movie for the main character Stefan (Fionn Whitehead).
We just wanted Stefan to live his best life!!!
That's why 73% chose to ACCEPT the job at Tuckersoft.
HOW WERE WE SUPPOSED TO KNOW ?!?! 😭https://t.co/K0LUHPFn3K
— Netflix US (@netflix) January 17, 2019
- The least popular ending is when “Stefan goes on the train with his mum.”
Relax. It's hard to predict the future!
And it's even more difficult to change the past.
Out of the 5 main endings, the one where Stefan goes on the train with his mum *fights tears* was the path least traveled.https://t.co/NhxbbmSzZj
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) January 17, 2019
- British viewers chose to “throw tea” 52.9 percent of the time, compared to the 55.9 percent from the rest of the world.
Here with your very British update. Compared to the rest of the world, Brits were *less* likely to waste a good cup of tea (obviously).
Bandersnatchers in Britain chose "throw tea" only 52.9% of the time. The rest of the world do so 55.9% of the time https://t.co/uPIY1gBMl2
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) January 17, 2019
Bigger picture: Netflix views films like “Bandersnatch” as an opportunity to create more interactive content for its users, according to Business Insider.