Zack Snyder's Justice League viewership numbers have finally been revealed. According to reports, The Snyder Cut of Justice League was viewed 2.2 million households in its first week 

In fact, the viewership numbers for Zack Snyder's Justice League were only released in reference to how Warner Bros. 

HBO Max's currently big DC movie offering, The Batman, is faring. Comparatively, The Batman was viewed by 4.1 million households in hits first week 

marking a new high for DC/WB and their brand strategy for balancing streaming and theatrical success in the post-pandemic era.  

Here's the report that appeared in Deadline: "The Batman's first week was even bigger than Zack Snyder's Justice League which pulled in 2.2M U.S. households, that pic a direct to HBO Max title."

Zack Snyder's Justice League and The Batman are actually an interesting comparative case study when you step back and really examine it.  

It all goes to show how much of a "Wild West" phase the movie industry has truly been in since COVID-19 shut down everything. 

the latter now demonstrating that theatrical success is also the best kind of promotion for successfully launching a premium piece of blockbuster content on streaming.