Nielsen: Netflix’s ‘Ginny & Georgia’ Again Topped Weekly Household Streaming Through Jan. 15

The second season of Netflix original series “Ginny & Georgia” topped all household streamed content for the week ended Jan. 15, according to new data from Nielsen. The dramedy showcasing a dysfunctional mother/daughter relationship topped 2.7 billion minutes streamed across 20 episodes. That was up 8.4% from the 2.5 billion minutes streamed the previous week.

Netflix’s licensed “The Walking Dead” realized more than 1.42 billion minutes of viewership across 177 episodes, followed by original series “Vikings: Valhalla” with 1 billion minutes.

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Netflix again dominated the weekly top 10 streamed household content, while splitting No. 7 with Peacock for 64 episodes of “New Amsterdam” (673 million minutes streamed). HBO Max’s streaming of “Friends” realized 648 million minutes streamed across 235 episodes to land at No. 9, and the Disney+ animated children’s show “Bluey” generated 646 million minutes streamed across 114 episodes to round out the chart.

Rank SVOD Provider Program Name No. of Episodes Minutes
Streamed (Millions)
1 Netflix Ginny & Georgia 20 2,730
2 Netflix The Walking Dead 177 1,429
3 Netflix Vikings: Valhalla 16 1,025
4 Netflix Cocomelon 18 919
5 Netflix Wednesday (2022) 8 810
6 Netflix NCIS 339 737
7 Netflix/Peacock New Amsterdam 64 673
8 Netflix Kaleidoscope 8 670
9 HBO Max Friends 235 648
10 Disney+ Bluey 114 646

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

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