The Man in the High Castle, whose cost for production and marketing was put at $72 million, drew 8 million viewers in early 2017, while also pulling in 1.15 million new subscribers worldwide. The acquisition cost for each subscriber, according to the documents, was $63.
Transparent, while a highly decorated critical favorite, has been on the wane, according to the documents. Its third season was drawing just 1.3 million viewers. It recently reached a creative crossroads when star Jeffrey Tambor exited the show amid sexual harassment allegations.
Source and more: Deadline
Other details from the documents cited by Reuters: “Sneaky Pete” season 1 cost $93 million; “Goliath” season 1 cost $82 million; “Bosch” season 1 cost $47 million, and season 2 cost $53 million; and “Mozart in the Jungle” season 2 cost $37 million.
Source and more: Variety