The return of Jack Ryan to Amazon’s Prime Video pushed Wednesday out of the highest spot on the streaming collection rankings. Netflix’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Thriller additionally had a giant premiere, and Peacock landed its first unique collection within the prime 10 the week earlier than Christmas.
Jack Ryan, whose third season premiered all of sudden on Dec. 21, led all collection for the Dec. 19-25 body with slightly below 1.9 billion minutes of viewing. That was ok to edge Wednesday (1.8 billion minutes), which had a four-week run as the highest collection title in Nielsen’s rankings.
Each reveals, nonetheless, got here in behind Glass Onion, whose 2.23 billion minutes of watch time — equal to about 16 million full runs of the Rian Johnson-directed movie — led all titles. The film did all of its enterprise within the final three days of the week, because it made its Netflix debut Dec. 23. It was the third largest film premiere within the two-plus years of Nielsen’s streaming rankings, behind Hocus Pocus 2 (2.73 billion minutes) on Disney+ and Surprise Lady 1984 (2.25 billion) on HBO Max.
Peacock’s The Finest Man: The Closing Chapters debuted with 762 million minutes of viewing, marking the primary unique collection from the NBCUniversal streamer to hit the highest 10. (Yellowstone, whose library lives on Peacock, has performed so seven instances, as have the films Nope and Halloween Ends.)
Emily in Paris returned to the highest 10 with 1.39 billion minutes of watch time with the premiere of its third season on Netflix. The Recruit had a giant soar in its second week, rising by 83 p.c to simply below 1.7 billion minutets.
Nielsen’s streaming scores cowl viewing on TV units solely and don’t embody minutes watched on computer systems or cellular gadgets. The scores solely measure U.S. audiences, not these in different nations. The highest streaming titles for Dec. 19-25 are under.
1. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Thriller (Netflix), 2.23 billion minutes considered
2. Jack Ryan (Prime Video), 1.9 billion
3. Wednesday (Netflix), 1.8 billion
4. The Recruit (Netflix), 1.7 billion
5. Emily in Paris (Netflix), 1.39 billion
6. Cocomelon (Netflix), 991 million
7. Dwelling Alone (Disney+), 926 million
8. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) (HBO Max), 864 million
9. Elf (HBO Max), 836 million
10. NCIS (Netflix), 804 million
1. Jack Ryan, 1.9 billion minutes
2. Wednesday, 1.8 billion
3. The Recruit, 1.7 billion
4. Emily in Paris, 1.39 billion
5. The Finest Man: The Closing Chapters (Peacock), 762 million
6. Harry & Meghan (Netflix), 699 million
7. I Am a Killer (Netflix), 597 million
8. Sonic Prime (Netflix), 490 million
9. Alice in Borderland (Netflix), 488 million
10. The Santa Clauses (Disney+), 487 million
1. Cocomelon, 991 million minutes
2. NCIS, 804 million
3. Bluey (Disney+), 624 million
4. Mates (HBO Max), 593 million
5. Yellowstone (Peacock), 565 million
6. The Large Bang Idea (HBO Max), 548 million
7. Gray’s Anatomy (Netflix), 547 million
8. Legal Minds (Hulu/Paramount+), 530 million
9. Gilmore Ladies (Netflix), 514 million
10. The White Lotus (HBO Max), 448 million