Nielsen: Netflix’s ‘Manifest’ Found New Life Atop Weekly Chart Through Nov. 6

The fourth and final season of NBC supernatural aviation thriller “Manifest” on Netflix features 20 episodes released in two 10-episode dumps, the first of which was released Nov. 4. The 52-episode series bundle topped 1.37 billion minutes viewed for the week ended Nov. 6 to rank No. 1 atop Nielsen’s streaming chart.

The series, about a commercial airliner that returns more than five years after being presumed vanished for good, bested reality dating show “Love is Blind,” with more than 1.22 billion minutes viewed across 38 episodes.

NBC canceled “Manifest” in 2021 after three seasons. Netflix acquired the streaming rights and then commissioned a final season. Both “Manifest” and “Blind” were the only titles to top 1 billion minutes viewed following last week’s chart with five shows each above the 10-figure amount.

The most streamed movie across household televisions was Netflix sequel Enola Holmes 2 with 855 million minutes viewed.

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Rank SVOD Provider Program Name No. of Episodes Minutes Streamed (Millions)
1 Netflix “Manifest” 52 1,371
2 Netflix “Love Is Blind” 38 1,223
3 Netflix “Inside Man” (2022) 4 892
4 Netflix “Cocomelon” 18 862
5 Netflix Enola Holmes 2 1 855
6 Netflix “Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities” 8 798
7 Netflix “From Scratch” (2022) 8 796
8 Netflix “NCIS” 339 758
9 Netflix “The Blacklist” 196 696
10 Netflix “Gilmore Girls” 153 679

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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