Nielsen released its most recent Top 10 list which is the week ending April 18, and it has the same top three across all categories as the previous week. However, this time the total numbers have been rearranged. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier had the most views across the board out of all the Original, Acquired, and Movies categories measured with 855 million minutes streamed. That placed Disney+ on top in all three categories for the first time since Soul did it last December.
Amazon Prime’s Then was the second-ranked Original with 670 million minutes of viewing time across its 10 episodes, followed by The Circle on Netflix.
Long-time fan favorites NCIS, Grey’s Anatomy, and Cocomelon topped the ranks for Acquired titles. Netflix went on to sweep the category with other popular favorites like Schitt’s Creek, New Girl, and The Baker and the Beauty which it snagged after getting canceled by ABC.
As for movies, Thunder Force held on to its top ranking film pulling in 742 million minutes of viewing time. Netflix also claimed the second and third spots with Why Did You Kill Me and Synchronic. Disney+ was the only other streaming service that made this list this week, once again thanks to Moana, Raya and the Last Dragon, and Frozen.
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