The Season 2 finale of “Loki” earned it the fourth spot on Nielsen’s weekly streaming rankings with a 35% viewership increase from the week before. From Nov. 6-12, including the finale’s first four days of availability, the Marvel series was viewed for 753 million minutes on Disney+.
This also makes “Loki” the No. 1 streaming original series for the week of Nov. 6-12, though it was beat on the overall chart by three acquired titles. With 918 million minutes watched, animated preschool series “Bluey” shot back up to No. 1 after several months floating among the top four titles, and “Grey’s Anatomy” took second place with 897 million minutes watched. After a historic summer and early fall of No. 1 wins, “Suits” is continuing its slow fall, this week clocking in at 826 million minutes watched.
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Taking No. 5 in its first full week of Netflix availability, “All the Light We Cannot See” was watched for 744 million minutes, up slightly from 720 million minutes in its first four days of availability last week.
“Friends” took sixth place as the result of a viewership bump following the death of Matthew Perry, who starred as Chandler Bing. The sitcom was watched for 716 million minutes from Nov. 6 to Nov. 11, compared to 860 million minutes the week before, which was the first full week after his death.
“Selling Sunset” appeared on the chart this week at No. 7 following the release of the show’s seventh season. In Season 7’s first full week of availability, the Netflix reality series was watched for 709 million minutes.
The bottom three titles on the chart were all acquired titles: “NCIS” (705 million minutes), “Six Feet Under” (692 million minutes) and “Gilmore Girls” (666 million minutes). “Six Feet Under” is seeing a similar viewership effect to that of “Suits” earlier this year, though at a much smaller scale, as the series was already available on Max but has begun to grow since its addition Netflix on Nov. 1.
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