‘Bluey’ Takes Over Nielsen Charts; ‘Lawmen: Bass Reeves’ Enters Streaming Originals List After Debut

Bluey; Lawmen: Bass Reeves

Bluey; Lawmen: Bass Reeves

The week of November 6 to 12 appears to have been a slow one for streaming.

In a rare instance, Nielsen reports that not a single titled managed over 1B minutes. However, the company also says that streaming consumption was actually up versus the previous week, when two titled crossed the threshold. Nielsen suggests this could mean that viewers were just digging deeper into streaming libraries during this week.

Though it dropped 11% in viewing week over week, Grey’s Anatomy still managed second place with 897M minutes during this interval. Suits hung onto third place this week with 826M viewing minutes and third place overall, continuing its slow descent after an unprecedented run on Netflix.

Loki ended its Season 2 run during this week, with the finale dropping on Disney+ November 9. The episode helped boost the series to 753M viewing minutes and No. 4 on the overall list. Loki was top dog among streaming originals during this interval.

Rounding out the top five was All The Light We Cannot See, the WWII limited series based on Anthony Doerr’s bestselling novel. With 744M viewing minutes, the Shawn Levy series was No. 2 among streaming originals for the week.

Paramount+ also saw its latest Taylor Sheridan offering Lawmen: Bass Reeves enter the streaming originals list at No. 10. Across three episodes, the series managed about 290M viewing minutes. This comes after Paramount Global touted Lawmen as the steamer’s most-watched series premiere globally this year across both Paramount+ and its CBS broadcast airing.

Here is the full Top 10 for overall and originals, with streaming service, title, number of episodes (“1″=feature film or series premiere) and minutes of viewing:

‘bluey’ takes over nielsen charts; ‘lawmen: bass reeves’ enters streaming originals list after debut

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