Merchandising: A Lawyerly Exclusive

The first season of “The Lincoln Lawyer” became available on Blu-ray Aug. 15 exclusively through

In the series, based on the novels of Michael Connelly, lawyer Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo) runs his law practice out of his Lincoln. Moving swiftly through the city of Los Angeles, he takes case after case while balancing a private life that includes being the father of a teenager and having two ex-wives — one who works with him, the other the city’s Deputy District Attorney.

The season one Blu-ray includes all 10 episodes and a blooper reel, and is priced at $24.99.

The show is a Netflix original series, with the second season released on the streaming service in two parts July 6 and Aug. 3.

The week was otherwise light in terms of home entertainment promotions, aside from Best Buy touting a sale of action movies for as low as $6.99 apiece.

Nielsen: ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ Topped Weekly Household TV Streaming Through May 22

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

Netflix: ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ Topped Weekly Streaming With 108 Million Hours

The Netflix original series “The Lincoln Lawyer” topped the streamer’s most-viewed English language TV list the week ended May 22 with 108.09 million hours, making it the most viewed title of the week. Starring Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, the drama made the top 10 in 90 countries.

In advance of the the fourth season of “Stranger Things,” season one entered the list with 9.49 million hours viewed. Season four of “Ozark” came in at No. 2 with 31.4 million hours viewed, appearing in 50 countries. Starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, the series also jumped into the ninth spot on the most-popular list with 480.85 million hours viewed.

“Boss Baby: Back in the Crib” brought the entire family together. The animated series debuted in third place with 16.52 million hours viewed. The third volume of Emmy-winning “Love, Death + Robots” had 14.42 million hours viewed. The animated anthology cracked the top 10 in 28 countries.

Remaining on the list for a second week in a row was “The Circle” season four (15.44 million hours viewed), “Bling Empire” season two (15.23 million hours viewed), “Bridgerton” season two (13.66 million hours viewed), “Workin’ Moms” season six (12.74 million hours viewed) and “Savage Beauty” (11.39 million hours viewed).

On the non-English-language TV side, fans received the long-awaited answer to “Who Killed Sara?” — the third and final season of the Mexican thriller was No. 1 with 46.59 million hours viewed and appeared in the top 10 in 68 countries. Season one also entered the list in the fifth spot with 14.21 million hours viewed.

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“Welcome to Eden” continued to take viewers on a journey full of twists and turns. The Spanish drama had 28.66 million hours viewed and remained in the top 10 in 68 countries. Spanish thriller “Wrong Side of the Tracks” debuted with 20.2 million hours views. The suspenseful series was in the top 10 in 31 countries. After 11 weeks, Korean drama “Business Proposal” kept audiences entertained with 13.22 million hours viewed this week.

In its second week, the Rebel Wilson comedy Senior Year was No. 1 on the English-language movie list with 62.42 million hours viewed across 93 countries. A Perfect Pairing was No. 2 with 33 million hours streamed. Our Father, Marmaduke, Operation Mincemeat and 365 Days: This Day continued to show staying power.

On the non-English films list, new entrants included Danish drama Toscana with 14.83 million hours viewed, Dutch romantic comedy F*ck Love Too with 8.38 million hours viewed, and Korean drama Cyberhell: Exposing an Internet Horror with 3.43 million hours viewed.

Spanish comedies The Perfect Family and Honeymoon With My Mother continued to keep fans laughing. The films came in with 14.4 million hours viewed and 3 million hours viewed, respectively. Meanwhile, French comedy The Takedown had 10.82 million hours viewed. The film continued to climb the Most Popular list landing at No. 6 with 70.29 million hours viewed.