Nielsen: Household Streamers Had Netflix ‘Sweet Tooth’ Through June 13

U.S. household subscription video streamers had a “sweet tooth” for the week ended June 13, as more than 1.4 billion minutes across eight episodes of the Netflix original series “Sweet Tooth” were consumed across television sets.

The series beat out Netflix’s licensed program “Manifest,” which tracked more than 1.1 billion minutes across 29 episodes. Both programs topped Disney+ original movie Raya and the Lost Dragon, which generated 953 million minutes.

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Notably, “Sweet Tooth” also bested the premiere episode of new Disney+ series “Loki,” which generated 731 million minutes.

“Sweet Tooth” is a fantasy drama based on the comic book of the same name by Jeff Lemire. It launched on Netflix on June 4. The series is about a mysterious breed of part human, part animal babies born in the wake of a virus pandemic 10 years earlier.

Source: Nielsen SVOD Content Ratings (Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu, and Netflix), Nielsen National TV Panel, U.S. Viewing through Television.

 

Movies:

Rank

SVOD Provider

Program Name

Number

Minutes
Streamed (Millions)

1 Disney+ Raya and the Last Dragon
1 953
2 Netflix Wish Dragon (2021) 1 366
3 Netflix Home (2015) 1 240
4 Netflix 2 Hearts
1 184
5 Disney+ Moana 1 183
6 Disney+ Cruella 1 169
7 Netflix The Mitchells vs. the Machines 1 167
8 Netflix Dog Gone Trouble 1 160
9 Netflix Monsters vs. Aliens
1 127
10 Netflix Army of the Dead (2021) 1 117

Licensed TV Shows:

Rank

SVOD Provider

Program Name

No. of Episodes

Minutes Streamed (Millions)

1 Netflix “Manifest” 29 1,111
2 Netflix “Grey’s Anatomy” 375 686
3 Netflix “Criminal Minds” 311 656
4 Netflix “Downton Abbey” 50 630
5 Netflix “NCIS” 353 528
6 Netflix “Cocomelon” 9 515
7 Netflix “Dirty John” 16 474
8 Netflix “L.A.’s Finest” 39 391
9 Netflix “Heartland” 178 380
10 Netflix “Supernatural” 328 354

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