Nielsen: Netflix’s ‘Ozark: Season 4’ Continued Weekly Streaming Dominance Through May 8

The final half-season of Netflix’s acclaimed drama “Ozark” again dominated weekly household streaming with more than 3.3 billion minutes consumed across U.S. household televisions through May 8, according to new data from Nielsen. That was up 32% from 2.5 billion minutes consumed  in the previous week.

The fourth season of the series, co-starring Julia Garner, Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, bested the next five shows combined, including 95 episodes of “Gracie and Frankie” with 880 million minutes, Disney+/Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight” with 715 million minutes; 18 episodes of licensed series “Cocomelon’ at 701 million minutes, all 321 episodes of “Criminal Minds” with 523 million minutes, and 225 episodes of another licensed Netflix show, “Heartland,” with 511 million minutes consumed.

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


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