‘The Twilight Zone’ Top Rising Show, ‘Dark’ Top Binge on TV Time Charts

CBS All Access’s “The Twilight Zone” was the top rising show and Netflix’s “Dark” was the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended June 28.

The third and final season of “Dark” hit Netflix June 27. The series reaches its mind-bending conclusion, moving beyond the concept of space and time. Upon arrival in a new world, Jonas tries to make sense of what this rendition of Winden means for his own fate, while the ones left behind in the other world are left on a quest to break the loop that now not only bends time but also space. The series was also No. 3 on the rising show chart.

No. 2 on the binge chart was the ABC sitcom “Modern Family.” Taking the bronze was Netflix’s supernatural horror series “The Order,” season two of which hit screens June 18.

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Top rising show, CBS All Access’s “The Twilight Zone” is a reboot of the classic episodic series hosted and produced by Jordan Peele. It dropped a second season June 25.

DC Universe’s “Doom Patrol,” which also premiered on HBO Max, took the silver on the rising show chart. Based on the comic books, the series dropped the first episode of season two June 25.

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 June 28 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Dark” (Netflix) — 3.46%
  2. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.70%
  3. “The Order” (Netflix) — 2.57%
  4. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — 2.23%
  5. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.66%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.54%
  7. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 1.51%
  8. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.28%
  9. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.23%
  10. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.22%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended June 28 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “The Twilight Zone” (CBS All Access) — 94.3%
  2. “Doom Patrol” (DC Universe/HBO Max) — 82.7%
  3. “Dark” (Netflix) — 81.3%
  4. “Floor Is Lava” (Netflix) — 49%
  5. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (VH1) — 43.2%
  6. “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay” (TVN) — 40.2%
  7. “Adventure Time” (Cartoon Network) — 15.8%
  8. “The Sinner” (USA) — 15.4%
  9. “Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma” (Tokyo MX) — 14.4%
  10. “Erkenci Kus” (Star TV) — 10.5%

Hulu’s ‘Love, Victor’ Top Rising Show, Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons’ Again Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Hulu’s “Love, Victor” was the top rising show and Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” was again the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended June 21.

The fourth and final season of “13 Reasons Why” hit Netflix June 5, and the show topped the binge chart for a third consecutive week. As the series ends, the senior class at Liberty High School is preparing for graduation, but before they can say goodbye, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried. No. 2 on the binge chart was the ABC sitcom “Modern Family,” moving up from No. 3. Taking the bronze was Netflix’s supernatural horror series “The Order,” season two of which hit screens June 18.

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Top rising show “Love, Victor” debuted on Hulu June 19. Inspired by the 2018 film Love, Simon, the romantic dramedy shares Victor’s challenges and self-discovery as he adjusts to a new high school and struggles with his sexual orientation.

Netflix swept spots Nos. 2 through 6 on the rising show chart. Taking the silver was “Mr. Iglesias,” featuring comedian Gabrial Iglesias as a high school teacher, with “The Order” at No. 3.

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 June 21 by Share of Binges:

  1. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — 3.44%
  2. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.48%
  3. “The Order” (Netflix) — 2.17%
  4. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 1.88%
  5. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.63%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.58%
  7. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.27%
  8. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.21%
  9. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.20%
  10. “Love, Victor” (Hulu) — 1.14%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended June 21 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Love, Victor” (Hulu) — 100%
  2. “Mr. Iglesias” (Netflix) — 97.6%
  3. “The Order” (Netflix) — 97.5%
  4. “Coronavirus, Explained” (Netflix) — 97.1%
  5. “The Politician” (Netflix) — 95.8%
  6. “Girls From Ipanema” (Netflix) — 95.7%
  7. “Tomorrow Is Ours” (TF1) — 77.3%
  8. “The Sinner” (USA) — 71%
  9. “Power Rangers” (Nickelodeon) — 58%
  10. “One Day at a Time” (Pop) — 50.2%

Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ Again Top Binge, ‘Reality Z’ Top Rising Show on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Reality Z” was the top rising show and the service’s “13 Reasons Why” was again the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended June 14.

The fourth and final season of “13 Reasons Why” hit Netflix June 5. As the series ends, the senior class at Liberty High School is preparing for graduation, but before they can say goodbye, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried. The series also landed at No. 7 on the rising show chart.

No. 2 on the binge chart for a second week was “Dynasty,” a reboot of the 1980s soap opera, with ABC sitcom “Modern Family” again landing at No. 3.

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Top rising show “Reality Z” hit Netflix June 10. An ode to horror, humor and pop culture, the series narrates in 10 episodes a zombie apocalypse that imprisons participants and producers of a reality show called Olimpo. During an elimination night of the show, the studio becomes a shelter for those who seek salvation in Rio de Janeiro.

Netflix also took spots No. 2 and No. 3 on the rising show chart. Taking the silver was “F Is for Family,” season four of which hit screens June 12. The animated show from comedian Bill Burr and Emmy award-winner Michael Price transports viewers back to the 1970s, a time when political correctness, helicopter parenting and indoor smoking bans weren’t part of anyone’s vocabulary. It features the voices of Burr, Laura Dern, Justin Long and Sam Rockwell. Getting the bronze was the high school comedy “Alex and Katie.” Season four just debuted.

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 June 14 by Share of Binges:

  1. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — 7.58%
  2. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 2.53%
  3. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 2.19%
  4. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.61%
  5. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.61%
  6. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.33%
  7. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.22%
  8. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.10%
  9. “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS) — 1.00%
  10. “Naruto Shippuden” (TV Tokyo) — 0.97%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended June 14 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Reality Z” (Netflix) — 100%
  2. “F Is for Family” (Netflix) — 94.8%
  3. “Alexa & Katie” (Netflix) — 93.4%
  4. “The Bold Type” (Freeform) — 57.9%
  5. “Love Life” (HBO Max) — 34.4%
  6. “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” (VH1) — 32.9%
  7. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — 32.9%
  8. “Queer Eye” (Netflix) — 30%
  9. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 19.9%
  10. “Dark” (Netflix) — 16.4%

Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ Top Binge, ‘Baki’ Top Rising Show on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s anime series “Baki” was the top rising show and the service’s “13 Reasons Why” was the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended June 7.

The fourth and final season of “13 Reasons Why” hit Netflix June 5. As the series ends, the senior class at Liberty High School is preparing for graduation, but before they can say goodbye, they’ll have to keep a dangerous secret buried. The series also took the bronze on the rising show chart.

Dropping to No. 2 on the binge chart after a two-week reign at No. 1 was “Dynasty,” a reboot of the 1980s soap opera, with ABC sitcom “Modern Family” landing at No. 3.

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Top rising show, the anime “Baki,” follows Baki Hanma, who trains to become strong enough to surpass his father, the strongest fighter in the world. Season three hit Netflix June 4. “Fuller House,” the fifth and final season of which debuted on Netflix June 2, took the No. 2 spot on the rising show chart. The series ended its run without Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky), who became embroiled in the college admissions scandal.

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 June 7 by Share of Binges:

  1. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — 5.21%
  2. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 3.49%
  3. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.70%
  4. “Space Force” (Netflix) — 1.62%
  5. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.59%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.58%
  7. “Fuller House” (Netflix) — 1.50%
  8. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.36%
  9. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.21%
  10. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.11%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended June 7 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Baki” (Netflix) — 96.1%
  2. “Fuller House” (Netflix) — 94.8%
  3. “13 Reasons Why” (Netflix) — 94.4%
  4. “Queer Eye” (Netflix) — 92.3%
  5. “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” (E!) — 87.1%
  6. “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” (VH1) — 80.5%
  7. “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” (HBO) — 72.9%
  8. “Dear White People” (Netflix) — 72.3%
  9. “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich” (Netflix) — 58.5%
  10. “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” (Bravo) — 57%

Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ Top Rising Show, CW’s ‘Dynasty’ Again Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Space Force” was the top rising show and the CW’s “Dynasty” was again the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended May 31.

“Space Force,” created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell (who also stars), is a workplace comedy centering on people tasked with establishing the sixth branch of the U.S. military — The United States Space Force. The series hit screens May 29.

Taking the silver on the rising show chart was another Netflix series, “Ragnarok,” which debuted way back on Jan. 31. It’s a coming-of-age drama building on Norse mythology that revolves around the inhabitants of the fictitious town of Edda, who are perhaps not all who they claim to be.

TNT’s “Snowpiercer,” which premiered May 17, dropped from No. 2 to No. 3 on the rising show chart. The futuristic drama follows up on the graphic novel and the 2013 film from Bong Joon-ho (Best Picture Oscar winner Parasite). Seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland, the series follows the passengers of the Snowpiercer train while exploring class warfare and the politics of survival.

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Top binge “Dynasty” is a reboot of the 1980s soap opera. It again led perennial binges “Friends” and “The Office,” repeating at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively, on the binge 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 May 31 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 5.75%
  2. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.69%
  3. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.65%
  4. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.59%
  5. “Control Z” (Netflix) — 1.52%
  6. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.40%
  7. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.28%
  8. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.17%
  9. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.12%
  10. “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS) — 1.02%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended May 31 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Space Force” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  2. “Ragnarok” (Netflix) — 96.9%
  3. “Snowpiercer” (TNT) — 88.5%
  4. “History 101” (Netflix) — 85.8%
  5. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 79.3%
  6. “Control Z” (Netflix) — 72%
  7. “Little Fires Everywhere” (Hulu) — 60.3%
  8. “Homecoming” (Amazon) — 55.3%
  9. “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (ABC) — 53.2%
  10. “Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series” (Netflix) — 53%

DC’s ‘Stargirl’ Top Rising Show, CW’s ‘Dynasty’ Top Binge on TV Time Charts

DC’s “Stargirl” was the top rising show and the CW’s “Dynasty” was the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended May 24.

“Stargirl,” based on the DC comics character, debuted on the DC Universe streaming service May 18 airing the following day on The CW. It follows a high school sophomore who discovers a cosmic staff.

Taking the silver on the rising chart was TNT’s “Snowpiercer,” which premiered May 17. The futuristic drama follows up on the graphic novel and the 2013 film from Bong Joon-ho (Best Picture Oscar winner Parasite). Seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland, the series follows the passengers of the Snowpiercer train while exploring class warfare and the politics of survival.

“Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series,” season two of which debuted May 22 on Netflix, came in at No. 3 on the rising show chart. The Canadian animated mockumentary TV series focuses on the misadventures of a group of trailer park residents, some of whom are ex-convicts, living in the fictional Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

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Top binge “Dynasty” is a reboot of the 1980s soap opera. It led perennial binges “Friends” and “The Office,” at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively, on the binge 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 May 24 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 2.18%
  2. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.71%
  3. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.68%
  4. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.48%
  5. “Dead to Me” (Netflix) — 1.46%
  6. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.40%
  7. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.32%
  8. “The 100” (The CW) — 1.31%
  9. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.28%
  10. “Skam Italia” (TIMvision) — 1.24%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended May 24 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Stargirl” (DC Universe) — 99.9%
  2. “Snowpiercer” (TNT) — 99.7%
  3. “Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series” (Netflix) — 96.4%
  4. “Selling Sunset” (Netflix) — 92.4%
  5. “Homecoming” (Amazon) — 88.1%
  6. “Super Dragon Ball Heroes” (YouTube) — 79.3%
  7. “Ex on the Beach” (MTV Brazil) — 79.1%
  8. “Inhuman Resources” (Arte) — 73.5%
  9. “Dynasty” (The CW) — 70.7%
  10. “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” (Netflix) — 65.4%

Netflix’s ‘White Lines’ Top Rising Show, ‘Skam Italia’ Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “White Lines” was the top rising show while “Skam Italia” was the top binge on the TV Time charts for the week ended May 17.

“White Lines” hit screens May 15. When the body of a legendary Manchester DJ is discovered 20 years after his mysterious disappearance from Ibiza, his sister returns to the Spanish island to find out what happened. Her investigation leads her through a world of dance clubs, lies and cover-ups, forcing her to confront the darker sides of her own character in a place where people live life on the edge.

Taking the silver on the rising show chart was Netflix’s reality series “Magic for Humans,” season three of which debuted May 15. Meanwhile, the service’s “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” came in at No. 3. The animated series is entering its final season.

Season four of “Skam Italia” landed at No. 1 on the binge chart (No. 4 on the rising show chart) following its release on both TIMvision and Netflix Italy. Netflix’s “Dead to Me,” season two of which debuted May 8, landed at No. 2.

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 Top Binge Shows Week Ended May 17 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Skam Italia” (TIMvision) — 3.18%
  2. “Dead to Me” (Netflix) — 2.65%
  3. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.76%
  4. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.62%
  5. “Never Have I Ever” (Netflix) — 1.59%
  6. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.52%
  7. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.39%
  8. “Modern Family” (ABC) — 1.31%
  9. “How to Get Away With Murder” (ABC) — 1.12%
  10. “Community” (NBC) — 1.07%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended May 17 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “White Lines” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  2. “Magic for Humans” (Netflix) — 94.7%
  3. “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” (Netflix) — 94%
  4. “Skam Italia” (TIMvision) — 92.6%
  5. “Bordertown” (YLE) — 77.3%
  6. “The Prince” (MBC 1) —75%
  7. “Valeria” (Netflix) — 57.7%
  8. “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix) — 49.3%
  9. “Gotham” (Fox) — 47.62%
  10. “Parasyte: The Maxim” (NTV) — 37.5%

Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ Tops TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Never Have I Ever” topped both TV Time’s binge and rising show charts for the week ended May 3.

A coming-of-age comedy about a modern-day, first-generation Indian American teenage girl, “Never Have I Ever” debuted April 27 on the service. The series stars newcomer Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi, an overachieving high school sophomore who has a short fuse that gets her into difficult situations. The show is created by executive producer Mindy Kaling.

Netflix’s “Summertime,” inspired by Federico Moccia’s book series, took the silver on the rising show chart and came in at No. 4 behind perennial binge favorites “Friends” (No. 2) and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (No. 3) on the binge chart. The Italian drama, which hit screens April 29, is about two young adults from very different backgrounds who fall in love during a summer on Italy’s Adriatic Coast.

Taking the bronze on the rising show chart was Amazon Prime’s new series “Upload,” which premiered May 1. It follows a young app developer who meets an early death in a future world where humans are able to “upload” themselves into their preferred choice of afterlife.

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 Top Binge Shows Week Ended May 3 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Never Have I Ever” (Netflix) — 4.58%
  2. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.71%
  3. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.62%
  4. “Summertime” (Netflix) — 1.49%
  5. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.45%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.44%
  7. “Money Heist” (Netflix) — 1.42%
  8. “The Last Kingdom” (Netflix) — 1.41%
  9. “Outer Banks” (Netflix) — 1.21%
  10. “Community” (NBC) — 1.18%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended May 3 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Never Have I Ever” (Netflix) — 100%
  2. “Summertime” (Netflix) — 100%
  3. “Upload” (Amazon Prime) —99.9%
  4. “Hollywood” (Netflix) — 99.9%
  5. “Normal People” (BBC Three) — 95.4%
  6. “Boris” (Fox Channel IT) —87.8%
  7. “The Last Kingdom” (Netflix) — 78.4%
  8. “Batwoman” (The CW) — 71%
  9. “The Rookie” (ABC) — 57.4%
  10. “New Girl” (Fox) —47.6%

Doc ‘The Last Dance’ Top Rising Show, Netflix’s ‘Too Hot to Handle’ Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Too Hot to Handle” was the top binge show while the documentary series “The Last Dance,” co-produced by Netflix and ESPN, was the top rising show on the TV Time charts for the week ended April 26.

The sports documentary “The Last Dance” follows the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls team and its star Michael Jordan. The 10-part miniseries, moved up due to the pandemic, began airing on ESPN April 19. Netflix distributes it outside the United States.

Taking the silver on the rising show chart was “Defending Jacob,” a dramatic series starring Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery and Jaeden Martell based on the bestselling novel. The Apple TV+ show, about parents whose son is accused of murdering a classmate, bowed April 24.

Topping the binge chart was Netflix’s reality show “Too Hot to Handle,” in which 10 young, hot singles from around the world come together in a tropical paradise. In the series, which debuted April 17, contestants must give up all hanky panky for the entire retreat if they want to win the $100,000 grand prize. With every slip, the prize money goes down.

Netflix’s “Money Heist,” previously the top binge for three consecutive weeks, finally gave up its crown, falling to No. 2 on the binge chart. In season four of the Spanish series, which debuted April 3, the gang is going through one of its toughest moments, and the rise of an enemy among its ranks will put the heist in serious danger.

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 Top Binge Shows Week Ended April 26 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Too Hot to Handle” (Netflix) — 2.20%
  2. “Money Heist” (Netflix) — 2,16%
  3. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.85%
  4. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.75%
  5. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.58%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.54%
  7. “Outer Banks” (Netflix) — 1.49%
  8. “Community” (NBC) — 1.37%
  9. “Prison Break” (Fox) — 1.16%
  10. “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS) — 1.10%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended April 26 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “The Last Dance” (ESPN) — 100%
  2. “Defending Jacob” (Apple TV+) — 100%
  3. “Vis a vis: El oasis” (Fox Espana) — 99.3%
  4. “After Life” (Netflix) — 94.2%
  5. “The House of Flowers” (Netflix) — 92.9%
  6. “The Last Kingdom” (Netflix) — 66.8%
  7. “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” (NBC) — 60%
  8. “Too Hot to Handle” (Netflix) — 59.1%
  9. “Bob’s Burgers” (Fox) — 58.2%
  10. “The Masked Singer” (Fox) — 58.1%

HBO’s ‘Run’ Top Rising Show, Netflix’s ‘Money Heist’ Again Top Binge on TV Time Charts

Netflix’s “Money Heist” was again the top binge show while HBO’s new comedy “Run” was the top rising show on the TV Time charts for the week ended April 19.

“Run” is a half-hour comedy thriller from the team behind “Fleabag” that premiered April 12. It follows a woman whose humdrum life is thrown upside down when she receives a text from her college sweetheart inviting her to drop everything and meet him in New York to fulfill the pact they made 17 years previously.

Taking the silver on the rising show chart was “Four More Shots Please!,” a comedy about four women who live, love, blunder and discover themselves through friendship in millennial Mumbai. The second season of the Amazon Prime show bowed April 17.

Season four of the Spanish series “Money Heist,” the top binge for a third consecutive week, premiered April 3. In the fourth installment, the gang is going through one of its toughest moments, and the rise of an enemy among its ranks will put the heist in serious danger.

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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 April 19 by Share of Binges:

  1. “Money Heist” (Netflix) — 3.60%
  2. “Friends” (NBC) — 1.85%
  3. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC) — 1.81%
  4. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (NBC) — 1.66%
  5. “Community” (NBC) — 1.42%
  6. “The Office” (NBC) — 1.42%
  7. “Elite” (Netflix) — 1.23%
  8. “The Walking Dead” (AMC) — 1.13%
  9. “How I Met Your Mother” (CBS) — 1.10%
  10. “Vis a vis” (Antena 3) — 1.09%

 

Top “Shows on the Rise” Week Ended April 19 by Rise Ratio:

  1. “Run” (HBO) — 99.8%
  2. “Four More Shots Please!” (Amazon Prime) — 94.4%
  3. “Men?” (Comedy Central Latin America) — 93.4%
  4. “Candice Renoir” (France 2) — 87.9%
  5. “Bosch” (Amazon) — 84.2%
  6. “Insecure” (HBO) — 83.2%
  7. “El Dragon: Return of a Warrior” (Univision) — 83%
  8. “What We Do in the Shadows” (FX) — 82.4%
  9. “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” (Fox) — 75.8%
  10. “Fauda” (YES) — 74.5%