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Beyoncé, Justin Bieber & Chris Brown most-watched on Comcast in 2011

Published February 21, 2012 10:16 am
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Comcast's Xfinity TV just announced the winners of the 2011 Xfinity On Demand Awards, which honor the movies, TV series, kids series and musical artists that customers watched most on the service during the course of 2011.

The overall most-viewed award winners for 2011 include Beyoncé.

"Over the years we have seen the appetite for on-demand programming rapidly increase, in fact, 2011 marked the fastest growth we have seen on our service in the past several years," said Maggie McLean Suniewick, Vice President, Video Services, Comcast, in a press release. "With nearly five billion views on Xfinity On Demand last year alone, these award winners truly represent which entertainment choices pop culture is embracing, and we congratulate the winners as true standouts in their genres." In addition to the overall most-viewed winners, the 2011 Xfinity On Demand Awards recognize the top-performers in specific categories including the most-viewed musical artists by genre: country, hip-hop, pop, R&B and rock (click here to see the full list of winners: http://www.comcast.com/MediaLibrary/1/1/About/PressRoom/Documents/2011XfinityOnDemandAwardWinners.pdf The overall most-viewed new release movies, TV series, kids series and musical artists and 2011 Xfinity On Demand Award winners are:Overall Most-Viewed New Release Movies: Overall Most-Viewed TV Series: 1. Bridesmaids* 1. Tosh.02. Hall Pass* 2. NCIS3. Red* 3. South Park Overall Most-Viewed Kids Series: Overall Most-Viewed Musical Artists: 1. SpongeBob SquarePants 1. Beyoncé 2. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 2. Justin Bieber3. Dora the Explorer 3. Chris Brown




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