Nielsen: Netflix’s ‘Ozark’ Again Topped Weekly Streaming Through May 15

Netflix’s critically acclaimed family crime drama “Ozark” again dominated televisions in U.S. streaming households the week ended May 15. The final half of the fourth and final season of the Jason Bateman, Laura Linney and Julia Garner starrer generated more than 1.7 billion minutes, according to data released by Nielsen.

The season easily topped Netflix’s other two top-rated original series, “The Lincoln Lawyer,” with 884 million minutes, and original movie Senior Year with 577 million minutes.

Notably, Hulu original series “Candy” starring Jessica Biel tracked 577 million minutes in its premiere week — the best Hulu performing series in more than a year.

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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.
 

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.

 

Nielsen: Netflix’s ‘Ozark: Season 4’ Tops Weekly Streaming Through May 1

The final half-season of Netflix’s acclaimed drama “Ozark” dominated weekly household streaming with more than 2.5 billion minutes consumed across U.S. household televisions through May 1, according to new data from Nielsen.

The fourth season of the series, co-starring Julia Garner, Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, easily bested the next three shows combined, including 18 licensed episodes of “Cocomelon” with 767 million minutes, and the newest and last season of “Grace and Frankie” with 701 million minutes across 95 episodes.

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

Netflix: ‘Ozark: Season 4,’ ‘Senior Year’ Top Quiet Streaming Week

The final season of family crime drama “Ozark” and original movie Senior Year topped Netflix’s most-viewed English-language content for the week ended May 15.

The streamer said subscribers in 68 countries consumed 48.6 million hours of “Ozark.” Despite the show’s critical acclaim and popularity, including making Julia Garner a star, “Ozark” does rank among Netflix’s top 10 most-viewed English-language series ever.

Among movies, Senior Year, which stars Rebel Wilson as a 37-year-old woman who wakes up from a 20-year coma to return to high-school as a popular cheerleader, the comedy generated 55.9 million hours across 93 countries in its weekly debut.

The tally was enough to best Netflix’s newest true-crime documentary, Our Father, about a fertility clinic/doctor gone mad. The doc tabulated 23.8 million hours streamed across 55 countries in its debut.

Regardless, the top movie and TV show generated a combined 104.5 million hours, which was less than the 129 million combined hours from the previous-week period.

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Netflix: ‘Ozark: Season 4’ Again Dominates Weekly Streaming

Netflix subscribers apparently can’t get enough of “Ozark,” which tracked more than 102 million hours across 82 countries, up 30% from the previous-week period — and enough to top all English-language content on Netflix for the week ended May 8.

The tally was also enough to best “Grace and Frankie” season seven with 23.1 million hours in its second week across 29 countries, and “Bridgerton” season two with 21.2 million hours across 58 countries.

Notably, despite its critical success and popularity on Netflix, “Ozark” doesn’t rank among the streamer’s all-time top 10 English-language series. Garner’s portrayal of fake German heiress Anna Sorokin in “Inventing Anna” ranks No. 6 with almost 512 million hours streamed after 28 days of release.

Among English-language movies, 365 Days: This Day with 27.5 million hours across 89 countries in its second week, followed by Paramount Pictures-licensed Sonic the Hedgehog with 17.1 million hours across 30 countries, and Silverton Siege with 11.1 million hours across 59 countries in its second week of release.

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Netflix: Last Half of ‘Ozark’ Season 4 Tops Weekly Streaming Chart

The last seven episodes of “Ozark” season four dropped April 29, enabling the award-winning gritty series to top Netflix’s most-streamed English-language series weekly chart through May 1, with more than 78.4 million hours streamed across 73 countries.

The series, co-starring Laurie Linney, Julia Garner and Jason Bateman, among others, as a Chicago family on the lamb in rural Missouri laundering Mexican drug cartel money, among other activities, bested season five of “Selling Sunset,” the latter with 34.3 million hours streamed across 48 countries, and British-themed Anatomy of a Scandal, with 30.1 million hours across 64 countries.

Among Netflix’s top-streamed English language movies: 365 Days: This Day, topped the chart with 77.9 million hours streamed across 93 countries in its debut. Romantic drama Silverton Siege reached 20.2 million hours across 88 countries, followed by The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes with 15.3 million hours across 62 countries.

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