Netflix’s ‘You,’ ‘Your Place or Mine’ Top Weekly Whip U.S. Streaming Charts
February 14, 2023
Netflix’s “You” led the Whip Media chart of streaming originals, while the service’s Your Place or Mine led the Whip Media chart of streaming movies among U.S. consumers for the week ended Feb. 12.
The romantic comedy Your Place or Mine debuted on Netflix (and in theaters) Feb. 10. It stars Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher as best friends living on opposite sides of the country. They swap houses and lives for a week and discover what they think they want might not be what they really need.
Season four, part one, of the psychological thriller “You” started streaming on Netflix Feb. 9. Based on the books by Caroline Kepnes, the series follows an obsessive suitor and serial killer.
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TV Time, a Whip Media company, is a free TV and movie viewership tracking app with 21 million global users. The streaming originals chart rankings are determined by streaming original TV series with the greatest share of views in the given week, among a balanced panel of U.S. users of the TV Time app. The movie rankings are determined from streaming movies with the greatest share of views in the given week, among a balanced panel of U.S. users of the TV Time app.
Falling from the top spot to No. 2 on the streaming originals chart was “How I Met Your Father.” Season two of the series starring Hilary Duff debuted on Hulu Jan. 24. In the show mirroring the setup of CBS’s“How I Met Your Mother” (2005-14), Sophie in the near future is telling her son the story of how she met his father, a story that catapults viewers back to the present where Sophie and her group of friends are in the midst of figuring out who they are, what they want out of life, and how to fall in love in the age of dating apps and limitless options.
Landing at No. 3 on the streaming originals chart was “1923.” The series — a prequel to “Yellowstone” and a sequel to the series “1883” — stars Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren and follows a generation of the Dutton family in 1923, during the Western Expansion, Prohibition and the Great Depression, which started earlier in Montana. The last episode of the first season debuted Feb. 12.
Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which started streaming on Disney+ Feb. 1, fell from the top spot to No. 2 on the streaming movies chart. In the film, as the nation of Wakanda mourns the death of T’Challa, Princess Shuri (Letitia Wright) and General Okoye (Danai Gurira) investigate the threat of Namor (Tenoch Huerta) and his long-hidden underwater kingdom of Talokan, whose cultural heritage might hold the secret to restoring the legacy of the Black Panther.
Remaining at No. 3 on the streaming movies chart was Shotgun Wedding, a romantic comedy starring Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel. It started streaming on Prime Video Jan. 27.
Top Streaming Originals Among U.S. Consumers for the Week Ended Feb. 12:
- “You” — Netflix (Season Premiere)
- “How I Met Your Father” — Hulu
- “1923” — Paramount+
- “Criminal Minds: Evolution” — Paramount+
- “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” — Disney+
- “Poker Face” (2023) — Peacock
- “National Treasure: Edge of History” — Disney+
- “Mayor of Kingstown” — Paramount+
- “Shrinking” — Apple TV+
- “Harley Quinn” — HBO Max
Top Streaming Movies Among U.S. Consumers Feb. 10-12:
- Your Place or Mine — Netflix
- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Disney+
- Shotgun Wedding — Prime Video
- You People — Netflix
- The Menu — HBO Max
- Glass Onion — Netflix
- Somebody I Used to Know — Prime Video
- Teen Wolf: The Movie — Paramount+
- Bullet Train — Netflix
- Pamela, A Love Story — Netflix