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'This Is Us' charts after Netflix addition

'This Is Us' charts after Netflix addition

This Is Us has joined the list of titles that have seen a huge spike in viewership after being added to Netflix. The series, which was already available on Hulu and was added to Netflix on Jan. 8, was watched for 929 million minutes across both services between Jan. 15 and Jan. 21, and finished at No. 8 in Nielsen's weekly streaming ratings.

Two other titles in the chart on January 15 and 21 enjoyed the same impact: “Young Sheldon,” which took third place with 1.2 billion minutes viewed, continuing the hot streak that began when it was added to Netflix in November; “Suits,” which became the No. 1 most-streamed title in America for 2023 after being added to Netflix in June, fell this week to No. 10 with 732 million minutes watched.

With 1.5 billion minutes viewed, the top title of the week was “Bluey” (which was the second most streamed title of 2023 after “Suits”). The movie “Reacher” ranked second with 1.2 billion minutes of views. Notably, Amazon Prime Video released the Season 2 finale during this viewing window.

“American Nightmare” debuted at No. 4 with 1.1 billion minutes viewed in its first five days of availability, followed by “Grey's Anatomy” on the regular chart with just under 1.1 billion views.

“Fol Me One” was the sixth title on the chart with just under 1.1 billion minutes watched after two weeks at the top spot. Right behind it was the Netflix movie “Lift,” which debuted in the same position last week. In its first full week of availability, it was watched for just over a billion minutes, up from 872 million minutes. The No. 9 regular chart title was “NCIS” with 756 million minutes viewed.

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Although “Echo” last week became one of the rare Marvel series to hit the overall streaming chart upon its debut — which was no surprise, since all the episodes were released at the same time rather than following Marvel's usual weekly dips — However, the series did not do that. It has no staying power, as it failed to appear on the total chart or the original streaming chart for January 15-21.

Also of note is “Percy Jackson and the Olympians,” which failed to make the overall chart but was No. 4 in its original broadcast with 529 million minutes watched between January 15 and 21, when the sixth episode of the series dropped.

Peacock had two titles on the streaming originals chart for the first time: “Ted” (No. 7 with 429 million minutes watched) and “The Traitors” (No. 8 with 402 million).

Additionally, “The Bear” experienced a post-awards boom, returning to the original chart at No. 9 with 391 million viewing minutes after taking home multiple Emmys, Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards.

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