Netflix original series “Wednesday,” starring Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams from “The Addams Family,” again topped Nielsen’s weekly chart of the top 10 programs streamed across household televisions. The series tallied more than 3.3 billion minutes across eight episodes for the week ended Dec. 11.
The show dropped below the 5 billion-minute weekly threshold (3.3 billion minutes) achieved over the past 14 days, while three other Netflix series topped 1 billion minutes each, including “Firefly Lane” (1.36 billion), Brad Pitt-starrer Bullet Train with 1.34 billion minutes, and “Harry & Meghan” with 1.26 billion minutes.
Viewers streamed 752 million minutes watching the second season finale of “The White Lotus,” on HBO Max, which topped four seasons of “Yellowstone” at 726 million minutes on Peacock. Three of the bottom four shows included reruns of “Friends” on Max (235 million minutes), “NCIS” (885 million minutes) and “Gilmore Girls” (628 million minutes).
|Rank||SVOD Provider||Program Name||No. of Episodes||Minutes
|3||Netflix||Bullet Train (2022)||1||1,345|
|4||Netflix||Harry & Meghan (2022)||3||1,265|
|7||HBO Max||The White Lotus||13||752|
Source: Nielsen Streaming Content Ratings (Amazon Prime, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, and Apple TV+), Nielsen National TV Panel, U.S. Viewing through Television.