Ryan Reynolds documentary Wrexham grosses over £400,000 per episode

Reynolds released a documentary about Wrexham FC, the membership of which he added with Rob McElhenney in November 2020,

in August of the lockdown year. And the fly on the wall series, which gives lovers a glimpse of what's going on behind the curtain,

Its massive compliance has seen the show's company, Disney, rake in £430,000 per watch per episode

 according to television pundits, via The Mirror. And this means that the streaming channel has visible earnings of £4 million when you consider the screen debut.

And now it's not just Disney who benefits from the show. The effect of the series within the US has seen an upward push 

Speaking of Reynolds' Midas contact, hotel owner Wayne Jones couldn't thank the famous Deadpool persona enough, beaming

“Wrexham is actually prosperous. It has had a great impact on dozens of neighborhood corporations. The results on the field are supporting

Since the show aired, the pub's landlord has revealed the order he's set for him: It's welcomed 1,000 Americans in the past two months

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