Nielsen Streaming: ‘Peaky Blinders’ Leaps, But ‘Stranger Things’ #1

“Stranger Things” continues to dominate in its third week of availability, as revealed by Nielsen’s latest top 10 streaming ranking – for the week of June 13 – June 19 – with almost 3 billion viewer minutes at the top of the chart.

If the binge subsides, that’s a drop from the previous week’s 4.2 billion minutes (and the first week’s 7.2 billion minutes broke Nielsen’s record for the most-watched title in a single week). It’s certain to keep coming back to Earth – until the tally begins to include viewership figures for the show’s final two episodes, which dropped on July 1. That’ll likely get the show pumping again – thanks to Volume 2’s combined four hours.

As previously mentioned, Nielsen’s measurement of the week includes the nine hours that make up Season 4 Volume 1, which debuted on Netflix May 27, as well as all three previous seasons.

At number 2 in this week’s ranking is the return of BBC hit Peaky Blinders, which airs on Netflix Original in the US. This was the first full week of the sixth and final season and clocked in at 904 million minutes – up 42% from last week. Nielsen noted that “Peaky Blinders” was driven by an older audience — 26% of viewers were aged 50-64.

The most-watched purchased program is “NCIS” on Netflix with 817 million minutes of viewing. In fourth place is Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys” with 795 million viewed minutes. After debuting with three episodes, the series has added one episode each week for Season 3, which is why it’s dipping this week.

Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi was watched for 733 million minutes when Disney+ released the fifth episode of the series. Both The Boys and Obi-Wan Kenobi were the most male-dominated shows of the week, according to Nielsen.

Elsewhere on the original streaming charts were Netflix’s God’s Favorite Idiot (652 million), Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (556 million), Ozark (528 million), First Kill (467 million ), The Lincoln Lawyer (421 million) and Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet (339 million).

Check out Nielsen’s latest top 10 streaming rankings below, with original streaming titles for June 13-19 first, followed by total streaming titles, purchased titles, and then movies.

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https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/stranger-things-nielsen-top-10-peaky-blinders-netflix-1235317379/ Nielsen Streaming: ‘Peaky Blinders’ Leaps, But ‘Stranger Things’ #1

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