The series based on Neil Gaiman Sandman is doing well on Netflix beginning.
According to Nielsen’s Streaming Rankings, the series had more than 1 billion minutes watched in the three days following its August 5 premiere. That puts it in third place among all original series for the week of August 1-7, just behind the last two No. 1 shows.
Two weeks later, Netflix’s Stranger Things reclaimed the top spot with a 1. . A billion minutes of viewing time. It’s the eighth time in 01 weeks since the fourth season aired Number one in late May. It was down about 01 percentage points from the previous week.
First place the previous week, Virgin River , had a steeper 99 percentage drops to 1.504 in the original Second in the series Billion Minutes, followed by Sandman at 1. billion. This is the largest since The Terminal List has 1.376 Series debut Prime Video reached one billion minutes watched in early July.
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Million minutes) had the longest viewing time of the series obtained between August 1 and 7. Pixar’s light-years (1.01 billion minutes) in Its streaming debut leads the movie rankings on Disney+, beating out Netflix’s Uncharted (1. billion).
Nielsen’s streaming ratings only cover viewing on television, not minutes on computer or mobile device. Viewership only measures U.S. audiences, not audiences in other countries, and currently only includes Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, and Prime Video.
Nielsen’s top streaming series for August 1-7 are below.
1 . Stranger Things (Netflix), 1.22 Billion minutes watched