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Just behind “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in second place: Universal Pictures’ “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw,” which saw 1,045 national ad airings across 40 networks, with an estimated media value of $4.81 million.

TV ad placements for Walt Disney Pictures’ “The Lion King” (EMV: $4.63 million), Paramount Pictures’ “Dora and the Lost City of Gold” ($4.49 million) and Twentieth Century Fox’s “The Art of Racing in the Rain” ($3.99 million) round out the chart.

Notably, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” has the best iSpot Attention Index (119) in the ranking, getting 19% fewer interruptions than the average movie ad (interruptions include changing the channel, pulling up the guide, fast-forwarding or turning off the TV).It’s proven to be difficult to create a successful franchise, although every single year, almost every single studio in Hollywood tries… and more of then not fails. Besides the James Bond and Harry Potter series, plus the MCU of course, it’s hard to think of a franchise that’s been as consistent as the near-twenty years of films that came out of 2001’s The Fast and the Furious.

Chris Morgan wrote and produced next week’s Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw, and he’s been the man behind the franchise since writing 2006’s Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift. It was the next movie that brought Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker back into the fold that helped revive the franchise to the multi-billion global hit it is now.