‘Wakanda Forever’ opens to nearly 2.27 billion minutes of viewing

from Marvel”Black Panther: Wakanda Foreveropened on Nielsen’s Streaming Top 10 rankings to record record numbers.

During January 30-February. 5, the film (which was added to the Disney+ streaming service on February 1 after its theatrical release) quickly landed on Nielsen’s most-streamed films in a weekly measurement chart with 2.269 billion minutes watched. . It falls just behind “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” (2.886 billion) and “Hocus Pocus 2” (2.725 billion). It is also the most watched title of the week by Nielsen.

In a rare case, the top five titles on four different platforms have logged over a billion watch minutes on Nielsen’s streaming chart. Coming in at No. 2, Netflix’s “You People” continues to be a leader on the chart with 1.55 billion minutes watched in its second full week of availability.

After releasing two seasons on Netflix, “New Amsterdam” logged 1.3 billion minutes on two streamers to rank third overall. The series originally only aired on Peacock.

Additionally, “The Last of Us” on HBO Max reached its first billion-minute week, jumping 36% from 877 million minutes watched last week, hitting 1.2 billion minutes and moving to the ranked fourth in the overall streaming rankings after the release of the third and fourth episodes, which aired on January 29 and February 5 respectively. This number only takes into account viewers who streamed the series, excluding the number of those who watched the show on HBO’s cable network, which represents a significant portion of the show’s viewership.

Closing out the billion-minute club, Netflix’s “Minions: The Rise of Gru” managed 1.2 billion minutes of viewing in its first six days of availability on the streamer, placing it at number five overall in the rankings. streaming.

“The Walking Dead” follows just below the film at No. 6 with 901 million minutes viewed. This is a slight drop from the figure of 1 billion minutes of listening the previous week. The series joins the slate of titles after the AMC drama season 11 was added to Netflix last month.

“Ginny & Georgia” dropped significantly to seventh place during the viewing window after earning 900 million minutes viewed in its fourth week of availability after the release of Season 2. Although it may not -while not leading the pack of TV titles on the Overall Projects list, the series sits at No. 1 on the Original Titles list – just above Peacock’s “Poker Face” which previously set a record last week as the highest streamer. original series ranked to have reached the charts. The series also marks the streamer’s highest-ranked original comedy to crack the charts. With the addition of the fifth episode, the series jumped to 641 million viewing minutes. The rest of the Streaming Originals chart was made up of Netflix titles.

Elsewhere on the chart are “Cocomelon” (790 million), “Grey’s Anatomy” (770 million), “NCIS” (721 million).

See Nielsen’s list of overall streaming rankings for Jan-Feb 30. 5 first, followed by original streaming titles, acquired titles and then movies.

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