The Book of Boba Fett, the latest Star Wars spin-off series to hit Disney +, has reached the top 10 of Nielsen for the week of January 3-9, while Cobra Kai is in first place. Here are some other top 10 series.
Cobra Kai collected 2.15 billion minutes of streaming for a week, just slightly lower than the 2.4 billion accumulated in the previous week. One-third of its audience was in the 35-49 age group, according to Nielsen.
Nielsen only measures streaming via a TV for Disney +, Hulu, Netflix, Apple TV + and Amazon Prime Video. The company said that this week was the third with the largest recordings for streaming in general, after the weeks of Christmas and New Year.
Netflix is the absolute leader in series
Below is the top 10 complete weekly. Most of the titles in this top are on Netflix.
Cobra Kai – 40 episodes, 2.153 billion minutes of viewing
Encanto (Disney +) – movie, 1.5 billion minutes of viewing
The Witcher – 16 episodes, 1.1 billion minutes of viewing
Stay Close – 8 episodes, 988 million minutes of viewing
Don’t Look Up – movie, 807 million minutes of viewing
CoComelon – 15 episodes, 748 million minutes of viewing
Queer Eye – 52 episodes, 723 million minutes of viewing
NCIS – 354 episodes, 689 million minutes of viewing
Criminal Minds – 319 episodes, 672 million minutes of viewing
The Book of Boba Fett (Disney +) – two episodes, 563 million minutes of viewing
If you want to see the top of the most watched movies and series on Netflix in February, you can find it here.
“Don’t Look Up” (10,250,000 hours of viewing), the controversial film refuses to descend from the top. Although we are talking about weeks since the launch, but also since the start of the great online conflict, it continues to break down barriers when it comes to views.