Here Are The Top Roku Searches of 2017




Today Roku announced their most searched for shows and movies of 2017. With Roku’s massive market share in the United States, this is maybe one of the best ideas of the most popular shows and movies in the US.

Top TV Shows of 2017:

  1. Game of Thrones
  2. Paw Patrol
  3. This is Us
  4. The Walking Dead
  5. The Big Bang Theory

Top Movies of 2017:

  1. Moana
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy
  3. Trolls
  4. John Wick
  5. Sing

Top Personality (Male)

  1. Tom Hanks
  2. John Wayne
  3. Clint Eastwood
  4. Adam Sandler
  5. Denzel Washington

Personality (Female)

  1. Sandra Bullock
  2. Julia Roberts
  3. Melissa McCarthy
  4. Maryl Streep
  5. Rachel Maddow

Many of these movies and shows are not a surprise. What may be a surprise is the top personalities of 2017 with many of them being classics that did not appear in a major movie in 2017.

What do you think of this list? What would you add to it or what do you think is the most overrated listing? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.

You can find the full list and all the details on Roku’s website HERE.

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