Streaming TV Rankings Jan. 16-22 2023 – Latest Hollywood News

The premiere of That ’90s Present racked up sturdy viewing numbers in the USA, rating second amongst all streaming titles. Ginny & Georgia remained No. 1, and The Final of Us moved into the highest 10.

That ’90s Present, which premiered Jan. 19 on Netflix, had 1.59 billion minutes of viewing time for the week of Jan. 16-22, in accordance with Nielsen. That works out to 26.5 million hours — or nearly 65 % of the 41.08 million viewing hours worldwide that Netflix’s inside rankings measured for that week.

The 1.59 billion minutes for That ’90s Present — a sequel to That ’70s Present — got here in a little bit behind the 1.8 billion minutes for Ginny & Georgia, which threepeated as the highest total title within the Nielsen rankings. The mother-daughter drama has 7.05 billion minutes of viewing over the primary three weeks of 2023.

The Final of Us, in the meantime, grew to 837 million minutes with a full week of viewing on HBO Max, up nearly fourfould from 223 million minutes within the few hours after its Jan. 15 premiere (Nielsen charts viewing from Monday to Sunday in its rankings). That’s an even bigger soar than Home of the Dragon made (327 million to 741 million minutes) the week after it premiered in August. (Streaming figures don’t embrace any viewing on the HBO cable channel.)

The Strolling Useless (1.1 billion minutes) was the one different present to recover from the billion-minute mark for the week, ending first amongst acquired reveals for Netflix. Disney+’s Nationwide Treasure: Fringe of Historical past (294 million) broke into the highest 10 originals the week its seventh episode debuted.

Nielsen’s streaming rankings cowl viewing on TV units solely and don’t embrace minutes watched on computer systems or cell units. The rankings solely measure U.S. audiences, not these in different international locations. The highest streaming titles for Jan. 16-22 are beneath.


1. Ginny & Georgia (Netflix), 1.8 billion minutes considered
2. That ’90s Present (Netflix), 1.59 billion
3. The Strolling Useless (Netflix), 1.1 billion
4. Vikings: Valhalla (Netflix), 975 million
5. Cocomelon (Netflix), 885 million
6. The Final of Us (HBO Max), 837 million
7. Wednesday (Netflix), 711 million
8. Bluey (Disney+), 695 million
8 (tie). NCIS (Netflix), 695 million
10. Legal Minds (Hulu/Paramount+), 659 million
10 (tie). Associates (HBO Max), 659 million

Unique Sequence

1. Ginny & Georgia, 1.8 billion minutes
2. That ’90s Present, 1.59 billion
3. Vikings: Valhalla, 975 million
4. Wednesday, 711 million
5. Jack Ryan (Prime Video), 465 million
6. The Circle (Netflix), 366 million
7. Ladies at Warfare (Netflix), 330 million
8. Kaleidoscope (Netflix), 321 million
9. Hunters (Prime Video), 294 million
9 (tie). Nationwide Treasure: Fringe of Historical past (Disney+), 294 million

Acquired Sequence

1. The Strolling Useless, 1.1 billion minutes
2. Cocomelon, 885 million
3. The Final of Us, 837 million
4. Bluey, 695 million
4 (tie). NCIS, 695 million
6. Legal Minds, 659 million
6 (tie). Associates (HBO Max, 659 million)
8. The Huge Bang Concept (HBO Max), 621 million
9. New Amsterdam (Netflix/Peacock), 615 million
10. Gray’s Anatomy (Netflix), 598 million

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