Jack Ryan and Wednesday Addams both stepped aside this week, as two new entries topped Nielsen’s latest U.S. ranking of streaming originals.
For the week of Jan. 2, Netflix’s Ginny & Georgia with the release of its second season amassed 2.5 billion minutes viewed across 20 total episodes. Nielsen notes that the series’ viewers were 77% female and 34% 18-34 — a profile that closely resembles that of Grey’s Anatomy .
Netflix’s Kaleidoscope was a distant second with 1.6 billion minutes viewed across its eight episodes. Nielsen says that the Giancarlo Esposito-led heist drama’s broad audience was evenly split across ages 18-64, as well as split 50% male and female.
Recent chart toppers Wednesday (1 billion minutes/eight episodes) and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (918 million minutes/24 episodes) slipped to third and fourth place, followed by Netflix’s Emily in Paris (727 million minutes/30 episodes).
Rounding out the Top 10 for the week of Jan. 2 were a Netflix quintet: Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street (643 million minutes viewed/four episodes), the recently renewed The Recruit (536 million minutes/eight episodes), The Circle (500 million minutes/58 episodes), The Crown (308 million minutes/50 episodes) and Stranger Things (284 million minutes/34 episodes).
Falling out of the Top 10 were Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin (after just one week), Netflix’s Treason , Peacock’s The Best Man: The Final Chapters , Netflix’s Alice in Borderland and Netflix’s I Am a Killer .
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