Lucifer posted a repeat win on Nielsen’s weekly U.S. streaming rankings, with viewership rising almost 40% as the show wrapped its fifth season.
The powerful drama series, which started on Fox prior to moving to Netflix, racked up more than 1.8 billion minutes of complete review from May 31 to June 6. That tally expanded about 40% from the 1.3 billion it gathered in the earlier week.
Nielsen said watchers aged 18 to 34 made up more than 33% of Lucifer’s audience, which slanted somewhat female.
In a strong second-place showing, Disney animated feature Raya and the Last Dragon drew almost 1.1 billion review minutes. The film entered general release at no charge for Disney+ subscribers in the week, a run as a Premier Access title costing $30. Watchers ages 2 to 11, of course, involved about 38% of viewership, per Nielsen.
In fourth place, Netflix’s Dirty John, initially a USA Network drama dependent on a popular podcast, recorded 761 million minutes of viewing. The show’s audience was almost 70% female, Nielsen said.
Nielsen estimates seeing through a TV screen of Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video, with an almost one-month delay by arrangement with streaming providers.
The following is the full chart. Except if in any case noticed, all titles are on Netflix.
Lucifer – 83 episodes, 1.8B minutes of viewing
Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney+) – film, 1.1B min.
Sweet Tooth – 8 eps., 794M min.
Dirty John – 16 eps., 761M min.
Criminal Minds – 311 eps., 708M min.
Grey’s Anatomy – 375 eps., 631M min.
NCIS – 353 eps., 521M min.
The Kominsky Method – 22 eps., 507M min.
The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu) – 44 eps., 473M min.
Heartland – 177 eps., 423M min.
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