‘Saved by the Bell’ Reboot, ‘The Crown’ Top TV Time Charts

Peacock’s “Saved by the Bell” reboot was the top rising show and Netflix’s “The Crown” was again the top binge program on the TV Time charts for the week ended Nov. 29.

The reboot of “Saved by the Bell,” which debuted on Peacock Nov. 25, features the original cast members Elizabeth Berkley Lauren and Mario Lopez from the early-1990s hit with several newcomers. In the new series, the governor sends kids from underfunded schools to the wealthy Bayside High.

Taking the silver on the rising show chart was “The Flight Attendant,” which debuted on HBO Max on Thanksgiving. The limited series based on the book stars Kaley Cuoco as a flight attendant who doesn’t know what happened after she wakes up in the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed with a dead man.

“The Crown,” season four of which debuted Nov. 15, chronicles the continuing saga of the British royal family with the addition of a new princess, Diana, and the marital problems that ensue with her husband and heir to the throne Prince Charles. It also follows the friction between Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman).

Coming in at No. 2 on the binge chart was “The Queen’s Gambit,” which debuted on Netflix Oct.  23. The limited series is a coming-of-age story following a young Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s, who discovers an astonishing talent for chess while developing an addiction to tranquilizers provided by the state as a sedative for the children. Netflix Nov. 23 announced that 62 million households had watched “The Queen’s Gambit” in its first 28 days, making it the service’s biggest limited series ever.

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Nov. 29 by Share of Binges:

  1. “The Crown” (Netflix) — 3.21%
  2. “The Queen’s Gambit” (Netflix) — 2.14%
  3. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 2.04%
  4. “Virgin River” (Netflix) — 1.69%
  5. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.67%
  6. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.53%
  7. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.48%
  8. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.47%
  9. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.43%
  10. “Supernatural” (The CW) — 1.20%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Nov. 29 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Saved by the Bell” (Peacock) — 99.9%
  2. “The Flight Attendant” (HBO Max) — 98.2%
  3. “Lekko Stronniczy” (YouTube) — 94.6%
  4. “Virgin River” (Netflix) — 93.4%
  5. “Sugar Rush Christmas” (Netflix) — 89.2%
  6. “Bangtan Bomb” (YouTube) — 87.6%
  7. “Vite in fuga” (Rai 1) — 83%
  8. “Great Pretender” (Netflix) — 79.8%
  9. “New Amsterdam” (NBC) — 62.9%
  10. “Motherland: Fort Salem” (Freeform) — 55.9%

Netflix’s ‘Boss Baby,’ ‘The Crown’ Top TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Boss Baby: Back in Business” was the top rising show and the service’s “The Crown” was the top binge program on the TV Time charts for the week ended Nov. 22.

“The Crown,” season four of which debuted Nov. 15, chronicles the continuing saga of the British royal family with the addition of a new princess, Diana, and the marital problems that ensue with her husband and heir to the throne Prince Charles. It also follows the friction between Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman). The series took the bronze on the rising show chart.

Coming in behind ABC’s long-running medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” at No. 3 on the binge chart was “The Queen’s Gambit,” which debuted on Netflix Oct.  23. The limited series is a coming-of-age story following a young Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s, who discovers an astonishing talent for chess while developing an addiction to tranquilizers provided by the state as a sedative for the children. Netflix Nov. 23 announced that 62 million  households had watched “The Queen’s Gambit” in its first 28 days, making it the service’s biggest limited series ever.

Top rising show “Boss Baby: Back in Business,” season four of which hit Netflix Nov. 17, is a computer-animated series produced by DreamWorks Animation that is a follow-up to the 2017 film The Boss Baby, based on the book by Marla Frazee.

Hulu’s “Animaniacs” is a reboot of the beloved 1990s animated series. It debuted Nov. 20 and features the original cast voices.

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Nov. 22 by Share of Binges:

  1. “The Crown” (Netflix) — 5.72%
  2. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 2.24%
  3. “The Queen’s Gambit” (Netflix) — 2.22%
  4. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.66%
  5. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.58%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.41%
  7. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.38%
  8. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.35%
  9. “Dash & Lily” (Netflix) — 1.33%
  10. “Supernatural” (The CW) — 1.26%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Nov. 22 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “The Boss Baby: Back in Business” (Netflix) — 95.9%
  2. “Animaniacs” (Hulu) — 94.2%
  3. “The Crown” (Netflix) — 76%
  4. “FBI” (CBS) — 74.9%
  5. “Wizards of Waverly Place” (Disney Channel) — 64.1%
  6. “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” (Disney+) — 45.3%
  7. “NCIS” (CBS) — 40.6%
  8. “His Dark Materials” (BBC One) — 35%
  9. “Ethos” (Netflix) — 30.8%
  10. “Adventure Time” (Cartoon Network) — 27.8%

‘A Teacher,’ ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Top TV Time Charts

FX’s “A Teacher” was the top rising show and Netflix’s “The Queen’s Gambit” was again the top binge program on the TV Time charts for the week ended Nov. 15.

“A Teacher,” available on Hulu beginning Nov. 10, is a drama series examining the complexities and consequences of an illicit sexual affair between a young teacher (Kate Mara) and her student (Nick Robinson).

“The Queen’s Gambit,” which debuted on Netflix Oct.  23, is a coming-of-age story following a young Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s, who discovers an astonishing talent for chess while developing an addiction to tranquilizers provided by the state as a sedative for the children.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the service. The weekly “Binge Report” ranks shows with the most binge sessions. A binge session is when four or more episodes of a show are watched and tracked in the app in a given day. The “Shows on the Rise” chart is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program. The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Nov. 15 by Share of Binges:

  1. “The Queen’s Gambit” (Netflix) — 2.78%
  2. “Dash & Lily” (Netflix) — 2.49
  3. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 2.04%
  4. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.87%
  5. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.82%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.47%
  7. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.43%
  8. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.38%
  9. “Supernatural” (The CW) — 1.09%
  10. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 1.05%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Nov. 15 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “A Teacher” (FX) — 99.9%
  2. “Balthazar” (TF1) — 92.2%
  3. “His Dark Materials” (BBC One) — 79.9%
  4. “Uomini e donne” (Canale 5) — 73.4%
  5. “NCIS: New Orleans” (CBS) — 68.9%
  6. “Manifest” (NBC) — 65.5%
  7. “S.W.A.T.” (CBS) — 64.5%
  8. “Undercover” (een) — 59.5%
  9. “NCIS: Los Angeles” (CBS) — 56.9%
  10. “Station 19” (ABC) — 52.5%

Netflix’s ‘Love & Anarchy,’ ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Top TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Love & Anarchy” was the top rising show and the service’s “The Queen’s Gambit” again the top binge program on the TV Time charts for the week ended Nov. 8.

“Love & Anarchy,” which debuted Nov. 4, is an eight-part series about Sofie, a career-driven consultant and married mother of two. When she gets an assignment to modernize an old publishing house she meets young IT tech Max, and an unexpected flirting game begins. Sofie and Max secretly challenge each other to do things that question modern day life. It starts innocently enough, but as the game gets more and more daring the consequences grow beyond proportions.

“The Queen’s Gambit,” which debuted on Netflix Oct.  23, is a coming-of-age story following a young Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s, who discovers an astonishing talent for chess while developing an addiction to tranquilizers provided by the state as a sedative for the children. The title landed at No. 8 on the rising show chart.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the service. The weekly “Binge Report” ranks shows with the most binge sessions. A binge session is when four or more episodes of a show are watched and tracked in the app in a given day. The “Shows on the Rise” chart is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program. The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Nov. 8 by Share of Binges:

  1. “The Queen’s Gambit” (Netflix) — 2.74%
  2. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 2.18%
  3. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.95%
  4. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.84%
  5. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.48%
  6. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.45%
  7. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.43%
  8. “Emily in Paris” (Netflix) — 1.27%
  9. “The Haunting of Bly Manor” (Netflix) — 1.18%
  10. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 1.14%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Nov. 8 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Love & Anarchy” (Netflix) — 100%
  2. “Ici tout commence” (TF1) — 99.5%
  3. “Heirs of the Night” (NRK3) — 92.3%
  4. “Deadly Class” (Syfy) — 88.3%
  5. “9-1-1: Lone Star” (Fox) — 68.7%
  6. “Young Sheldon” (CBS) — 67.9%
  7. “Mom” (CBS) — 63.2%
  8. “Utopia” (Amazon) — 57.2%
  9. “Unus Annus” (YouTube) — 54.1%
  10. “Stolen Away” (Antena 3) — 54.1%

 

Netflix’s ‘Barbarians,’ ‘Emily in Paris’ Top TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Barbarians” was the top rising show and the service’s “Emily in Paris” the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended Oct. 25.

“Barbarians” debuted on Netflix Oct. 23. The German TV series is about the build to the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest in ancient Germania during the Roman invasion.

“Emily in Paris,” created, written and executive produced by Darren Star (“Sex and the City”), debuted Oct. 2 on Netflix. It follows Emily (Lily Collins), an ambitious 20-something marketing executive from Chicago, who unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company.

Taking the silver on the binge chart was “The Haunting of Bly Manor,” which hit Netflix Oct. 9. From “The Haunting of Hill House” creator Mike Flanagan, it’s the next chapter of “The Haunting” anthology series. After an au pair’s tragic death, Henry Wingrave hires a young American nanny to care for his orphaned niece and nephew who reside at Bly Manor with the estate’s chef, groundskeeper and housekeeper. But all is not as it seems at the manor, and centuries of dark secrets are waiting to be unearthed.

Coming in at No. 2 on the rising show chart was Netflix’s “The Queen’s Gambit,” which debuted Oct.  23. It’s a coming-of-age story following a young Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy), abandoned and entrusted to a Kentucky orphanage in the late 1950s who discovers an astonishing talent for chess while developing an addiction to tranquilizers provided by the state as a sedative for the children.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the service. The weekly “Binge Report” ranks shows with the most binge sessions. A binge session is when four or more episodes of a show are watched and tracked in the app in a given day. The “Shows on the Rise” chart is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program. The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Oct. 25 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Emily in Paris” (Netflix) — 2.97%
  2. “The Haunting of Bly Manor” (Netflix) — 2.87%
  3. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.98%
  4. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.85%
  5. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.61%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.53%
  7. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.48%
  8. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.44%
  9. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 1.36%
  10. “The Boys” (Amazon) — 1.13%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Oct. 25 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Barbarians” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  2. “The Queen’s Gambit” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  3. “France’s Got Talent” (M6) — 98.9%
  4. “The Conners” (ABC) — 96.4%
  5. “Mirzapur” (Amazon) — 96.4%
  6. “The Voice” (NBC) — 95.8%
  7. “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With Dave Letterman” (Netflix) — 94.5%
  8. “Unsolved Mysteries” (Netflix) — 92.3%
  9. “Mcfly & Carlito” (YouTube) — 91%
  10. “You Me Her” (Audience Network) — 84.5%

‘Haunting of Bly Manor’ Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “The Haunting of Bly Manor” was the top binge on the TV Time charts the week ended Oct. 18, while the French series “La Flamme” led the rising show chart.

From “The Haunting of Hill House” creator Mike Flanagan, “The Haunting of Bly Manor” is the next chapter of “The Haunting” anthology series. After an au pair’s tragic death, Henry Wingrave hires a young American nanny to care for his orphaned niece and nephew who reside at Bly Manor with the estate’s chef, groundskeeper and housekeeper. But all is not as it seems at the manor, and centuries of dark secrets are waiting to be unearthed. The series, which hit screens Oct. 9, also came in at No. 10 on the rising show chart.

Taking the silver on the binge chart was “Emily in Paris.” Created, written and executive produced by Darren Star (“Sex and the City”), “Emily in Paris,” which reigned at No. 1 for the previous two weeks, debuted Oct. 2 on Netflix. It follows Emily (Lily Collins), an ambitious 20-something marketing executive from Chicago, who unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company.

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Oct. 18 by Share of Binges:

  1. “The Haunting of Bly Manor” (Netflix) — 5.53%
  2. “Emily in Paris” (Netflix) — 4.42%
  3. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.99%
  4. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.94%
  5. “The Boys” (Amazon) — 1.57%
  6. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 1.55%
  7. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.51%
  8. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.50%
  9. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.35%
  10. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.33%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Oct. 18 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “La Flamme” (Canal+) — 99.8%
  2. “Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts” (Netflix) — 94%
  3. “Doc in Your Hands” (Rai 1) — 92.5%
  4. “Star Trek: Discovery” (CBS All Access) — 81.4%
  5. “Fear the Walking Dead” (AMC) — 57.4%
  6. “black-ish” (ABC) — 51.5%
  7. “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” (VH1) — 50.3%
  8. “To the Lake” (THT) — 47.9%
  9. “Riverdale” (The CW) — 40.1%
  10. “The Haunting of Bly Manor” (Netflix) — 36.6%

Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris’ Tops TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Emily in Paris” topped the TV Time charts for the week ended Oct. 4.

Created, written and executive produced by Darren Star (“Sex and the City”), the MTV Studios series follows Emily (Lily Collins), an ambitious 20-something marketing executive from Chicago, who unexpectedly lands her dream job in Paris when her company acquires a French luxury marketing company. The series debuted Oct. 2.

Coming in at No. 2 on the binge chart was perennial sitcom favorite “Modern Family,” while taking the bronze on the binge chart was “Lucifer,” season five of which hit Netflix Aug. 21. The fantasy series follows Lucifer’s exploits on Earth.

No. 2 on the rising show chart was the kids’ animated series “Carmen Sandiego,” season three of which hit Netflix Oct. 1. Coming in third was “The Worst Witch,” a children’s series based on the books, season four of which hit Netflix Oct. 1.

TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the service. The weekly “Binge Report” ranks shows with the most binge sessions. A binge session is when four or more episodes of a show are watched and tracked in the app in a given day. The “Shows on the Rise” chart is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program. The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Oct. 4 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Emily in Paris” (Netflix) — 4.92%
  2. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.12%
  3. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 2.05%
  4. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.82%
  5. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.74%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.61%
  7. “Ratched” (Netflix) — 1.58%
  8. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.43%
  9. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.42%
  10. “The Boys” (Amazon) — 1.31%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Oct. 4 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Emily in Paris” (Netflix) — 100%
  2. “Carmen Sandiego” (Netflix) — 94.3%
  3. “The Worst Witch” (CBBC) — 88.4%
  4. “Jujutsu Kaisen” (MBS) — 83.9%
  5. “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” (HBO) — 82.3%
  6. “Fargo” (FX) — 78.3%
  7. “The Ladies’ Paradise” (Rai 1) — 73.5%
  8. “L’allieva” (Rai 1) — 67.2%
  9. “Bob Burgers” (Fox) — 60.8%
  10. “Tell Me a Story” (CBS All Access) — 58%

Netflix’s ‘Ratched’ Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Ratched” was the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended Sept. 27.

Inspired by the iconic nurse in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, “Ratched” is a suspenseful drama series from Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan that tells the origin story of asylum nurse Mildred Ratched (Sarah Paulson). The series debuted on Netflix Sept. 18. It also came in at No. 6 on the rising show chart.

Taking the silver on the binge chart was “Lucifer,” season five of which hit Netflix Aug. 21. The fantasy series follows Lucifer’s exploits on Earth.

The Italian crime dramedy, returning for a third season, come in at No. 1 on the rising show chart, just ahead of “The Masked Singer,” returning for season four. Taking the bronze on the rising show chart was “Schitt’s Creek,” which just scored several Emmy wins.

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Top Binge Shows Week Ended Sept. 27 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Ratched” (Netflix) — 2.69%
  2. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 2.61%
  3. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 2.16%
  4. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.08%
  5. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.72%
  6. “Baby” (Netflix) — 1.70%
  7. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.47%
  8. “The Boys” (Amazon) — 1.37%
  9. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.29%
  10. “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS) — 1.06%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Sept. 27 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “L’allieva” (Rai 1) — 88.9%
  2. “The Masked Singer” (Fox) — 87.7%
  3. “Schitt’s Creek” (CBC) — 67.5%
  4. “Mr. Heart” (Viki) — 59.5%
  5. “American Horror Story” (FX) — 54%
  6. “Ratched” (Netflix) — 50.3%
  7. “Succession” (HBO) — 45.2%
  8. “Watchmen” (HBO) — 42.9%
  9. “Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir” (TF1) — 39.3%
  10. “Supergirl” (The CW) — 31.9%

‘Julie and the Phantoms’ Top Rising Show, ‘Lucifer’ Again Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Julie and the Phantoms” was the top rising show, while the service’s “Lucifer” was again the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended Sept. 13.

Top rising show “Julie and the Phantoms,” from Emmy and DGA award-winning director and choreographer Kenny Ortega (High School Musical, Descendants) and choreographer Paul Becker (Descendants, Mirror Mirror), hit screens Sept. 10. It follows high schooler Julie (Madison Reyes), who has lost her passion for music after her mom’s death. When the ghosts of three dreamy musicians (Charlie Gillespie, Owen Patrick Joyner, Jeremy Shada) from 1995 suddenly appear in her mom’s old music studio, Julie feels her own inner spirit beginning to reawaken, and she’s inspired to start singing and writing songs again.

Coming in at No. 2 on the rising show chart was Netflix’s “The Gift,” season two of which hit screens Sept. 10. Based on the book, the Turkish series follows a painter in Istanbul who embarks on a personal journey as she unearths universal secrets about an Anatolian archaeological site and its link to her past.

No. 3 on the rising show chart was another Netflix series, “Family Business,” season two of which debuted Sept. 11. In the French comedy, after learning France is about to legalize pot, a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur and his family race to turn their butcher shop into a marijuana café.

Season five of top binge “Lucifer” hit Netflix Aug. 21. The fantasy series follows Lucifer’s exploits on Earth. No. 2 on the binge chart was again the perennial sitcom favorite “Modern Family,” while taking the bronze was another classic sitcom “The Office.”

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Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Sept. 13 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Julie and the Phantoms” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  2. “The Gift” (Netflix) — 97.7%
  3. “Family Business” (Netflix) — 97%
  4. “Power Book II: Ghost” (Starz) — 94.1%
  5. “L.A.’s Finest” (Spectrum) — 85%
  6. “Spiral” (Canal+) — 80%
  7. “Away” (Netflix) — 65%
  8. “Raised by Wolves” (HBO Max) — 49.3%
  9. “Prison Break” (Fox) — 49.3%
  10. “All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur” (Amazon) — 48.4%

 

 Top Binge Shows Week Ended Sept. 13 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 4.02%
  2. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.25%
  3. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.79%
  4. “The Umbrella Academy” (Netflix) — 1.60%
  5. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.50%
  6. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.41%
  7. “Cobra Kai” (Netflix) — 1.34%
  8. “One Piece” (Fuji TV) — 1.26%
  9. “The Boys” (Amazon) — 1.17%
  10. “Trinkets” (Netflix) — 1.15%

‘Raised by Wolves’ Top Rising Show, ‘Lucifer’ Again Top Binge on TV Time Charts

HBO Max’s “Raised by Wolves” was the top rising show, while Netflix’s “Lucifer” was again the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended Sept. 6.

Top rising show “Raised by Wolves,” which hit screens Sept. 3, follows two androids tasked with raising human children on a virgin planet. Meanwhile, coming in at No. 2 on the chart was another sci-fi series, Netflix’s “Away,” which debuted Sept. 4. It stars Hilary Swank as American astronaut Emma Green, leading an international crew on the first mission to Mars. She must reconcile her decision to leave behind her husband (Josh Charles) and teenage daughter (Talitha Bateman) when they need her the most.

Season five of top binge “Lucifer” hit Netflix Aug. 21. The fantasy series follows Lucifer’s exploits on Earth. No. 2 on the binge chart was perennial sitcom favorite “Modern Family,” while taking the bronze was Netflix’s “Trinkets,” season two of which debuted Aug. 25. It follows three teenage girls who find themselves in the same mandated Shoplifters Anonymous meeting and form an unlikely friendship. The series is based on the young adult novel by screenwriter Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith (Legally Blonde, 10 Things I Hate About You, She’s the Man), who serves as creator and executive producer.

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TV Time is a free TV viewership tracking app that tracks consumers’ viewing habits worldwide and is visited by more than 1 million consumers every day, according to the service. The weekly “Binge Report” ranks shows with the most binge sessions. A binge session is when four or more episodes of a show are watched and tracked in the app in a given day. The “Shows on the Rise” chart is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program. The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).

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 Top Binge Shows Week Ended Sept. 6 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Lucifer” (Netflix) — 5.51%
  2. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.25%
  3. “Trinkets” (Netflix) — 2.15%
  4. “The Umbrella Academy” (Netflix) — 2.02%
  5. “Cobra Kai” (YouTube) — 1.70%
  6. “The Office” U.S. (NBC) — 1.60%
  7. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.51%
  8. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.41%
  9. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.10%
  10. “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS) — 1.08%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended Sept. 6 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Raised by Wolves” (HBO Max) — 99.9%
  2. “Away” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  3. “Sister, Sister” (ABC) — 99.7%
  4. “Top Model Poland” (TVN) — 97.1%
  5. “Grand Hotel France” (TF1) — 96.1%
  6. “A.P. Bio” (Peacock) — 91.7%
  7. “Hotel Paradise” (TVN) — 90.4%
  8. “The Boys” (Amazon) — 88.8%
  9. “Les Marseillais vs. le reste du monde” (W9) — 84.9%
  10. “The Hook Up Plan” (Netflix) — 82%