‘Guinea and Georgia,’ ‘The Walking Dead’ top Nielsen US streaming chart; ‘The Last of Us’ posts impressive debut night viewership

After seven weeks of over a billion viewing minutes, on wednesday It lost a little steam for the week of January 9 to January 15, according to Nielsen’s US streaming charts. Netflix reached 810M that week, placing it at number 5 on the chart (down from number 3 the week before).

That should come as no surprise Ginny and Georgia Season 2 topped the list with another 2.7B view minutes in its second week after its launch on Netflix. Nielsen doesn’t break out viewing metrics by season, but according to Netflix’s own data, both seasons have been tracking among the streamer’s top 10 series since their Season 2 debut. Earlier this week, Season 2 entered Netflix’s list of the most popular series of all time.

The Walking Dead came in at No. 2 on the chart with 1.4B viewing minutes. Season 11 of the AMC series hits Netflix on January 6. of netflix Vikings: Valhalla About 1B minutes were watched in third place. Netflix took a few more spots on the list Cocomelon, NCIS, KaleidoscopeAnd New Amsterdam (which it shares with Peacock).

HBO rounds out the list with Max and Disney+ friends And bluey, respectively. There were no movies in the overall list of top 10 streaming programs. But according to Nielsen, Netflix’s Hatchet wielding hitchhiker It was the most streamed movie of the week with 646M minutes watched, which actually tied it bluey

Although it did not make the top 10, Nielsen also noted that HBO’s first episode our end Put up impressive streaming numbers for its Jan. 15 debut — with just a few hours of availability in Nielsen’s measurement window this week. The episode generated 223M viewing minutes on HBO Max alone in those few hours (Nielsen streaming data does not include linear viewing).

Here are the top 10 in full, including streaming service, title, number of episodes (“1″=feature film) and minutes watched:

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