Cobra Kai leads Nielsen streaming charts for season 5 debut

“Cobra Kai” won the championship belt on the Nielsen streaming charts when its fifth season was released on September 9th. During the week of September 5-11, Netflix’s continuation of the “Karate Kid” movie franchise led the overall and original list of streaming programs. with 1.7 billion minutes of viewing.

On the original slate, “Cobra Kai” was followed by streaming counterpart “Devil in Ohio,” a Netflix limited thriller series starring Emily Deschanel, and Premium Video’s “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.” Both shows exceeded 1 billion minutes watched with a tally of around 1.4 and 1.2 each.

“Stranger Things,” which took fourth place on this list, saw a steep drop to nearly half of those numbers, with nearly 600 million minutes watched. Disney + “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” garnered 493 million viewing minutes.

“House of the Dragon” surprisingly led the Acquired playlist, hitting the 1 billion view milestone. The “Game of Thrones” prequel came fifth on the overall list, right after “Rings of Power”. Note that this number does not take into account HBO’s linear view count, nor does it fully reflect the total streaming views for Episode 4 (which premiered on HBO Max on September 11 at 9 p.m. ET). to catch. At the time of Nielsen’s charts for the week, “Rings of Power” had released three episodes, the last of which premiered on September 9th.

Other notable titles include “Thor: Love and Thunder,” which finished second overall and first in the film category, which was seen on Disney + on September 8 with 1.5 billion minutes. . “The Throne of Swords” also held up to the ratings, ranking seventh overall and second in the programming acquired.

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