‘Dahmer’ dominates Nielsen US streaming chart

Dahmer, which had already been anointed as the second biggest series in Netflix history based on the company’s own data, dominated Nielsen’s US streaming chart for September 19 to 25.

More than 3.6 billion minutes of the Ryan Murphy produced serial killer show, officially titled Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, were seen. According to Nielsen, which began publishing weekly streaming rankings in 2020, it puts it 10th all-time for single-week viewership. According to Nielsen, a sizable 40% of the audience was between the ages of 18 and 34.

Eight of the top ten spots on the overall list were taken by Netflix, although House of the Dragon on HBO Max and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power on Prime Video came in third and fourth place, respectively, for the week.

Related: Netflix ‘Monster – The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ receives critical reviews yet trends

Two well known books were omitted from the overall list. The first three episodes of Andor, a Star Wars-inspired series on Disney+, garnered 624 million viewing minutes, while The Handmaid’s Tale, another new episode on Hulu, garnered 535 million minutes.

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The whole Top 10 is shown below, along with the streaming provider, title, number of episodes and minutes of viewing:

NetflixDahmer (2022)103.658B
NetflixCobra Kai501.110B
HBO MaxHouse Of The Dragon61.008B
Prime VideoThe Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power5977
NetflixIn The Dark51918
NetflixCocomelon18817
NetflixFather Stu (2022)1717
NetflixLou (2022)1681
NetflixFate: The Winx Saga13675
NetflixEl rey, Vicente Fernández36648

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