‘The Last of Us’ debuts at No. 6 on Nielsen streaming chart, surpasses ‘House of the Dragon’ viewers

our end Officially 837M minutes watched on the Nielsen streaming chart for the week of Jan. 16 to Jan. 22 (No. 6). It surpassed the audience for another HBO hit, House of the Dragonat the same interval.

Despite premiering a week ago, the series failed to make the charts as episode 1 was only available for a few hours while Nielsen’s measurement window was closed. However, Nielsen noted that in just a few hours, the Pedro Pascal-led series had accumulated 223M viewing minutes. Nielsen streaming measures only account for viewing on HBO Max, so these numbers do not reflect any viewership on HBO’s linear channels.

With a full week of episode 1 viewing and a few hours with episode 2 on the service, viewing is skyrocketing. In the same two phase scenario, House of the Dragon 741M minutes watched.

According to HBO, our end The series has been delivering high viewership every week since its premiere in January. After the release of Episode 3, HBO said the first two episodes averaged 21.3 million viewers.

Netflix dominated the Nielsen chart for the week Ginny and Georgia The drawing was viewed 1.8B minutes and took the No. 1 spot. It was one of three programs to generate more than 1B viewing minutes. There were others That 90s show 1.6B with and The Walking Dead including 1.1B.

Vikings: Valhalla And Cocomelon Also tracks in the top five. on wednesday Just fell down our endComing in seventh with 711M hours watched (which is still a feat for the series, considering it’s been available for almost two months).

bluey The list is represented by Disney+, and NCIS And guilty mind have also made their frequent appearances.

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

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