‘Glass Onion’ debuts in Nielsen Top 10 with 2.2 billion airtime minutes, ‘Jack Ryan’ leads TV titles

“Glass Onion” and “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” had the top streaming opening weeks.

Both Rian Johnson’s whodunit and Amazon Prime murder mystery sequel and action thriller entered the Nielsen Streaming Top 10 for the week of December 19-25 with more than 1.5 billion minutes of viewing alone. a few days after its release.

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” topped the overall streaming chart with 2.23 billion minutes watched in the first four days of availability on Netflix after its theatrical release. The film ranked third among Nielsen’s most streamed films on a measured weekly chart behind “Hocus Pocus” (2.73 billion) and “Wonder Woman 1984” (2.25 billion).

By January 10, the film had grown to become the fifth most popular movie on Netflix with 253.72 million hours watched on the site, meaning the film will most likely continue to top the list and potentially break its own Nielsen records in the coming weeks. .

Sitting right below that is “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” with 1.83 billion minutes watched after Season 3 premiered on December 21.

It is also notably featured on the Streaming Originals list “The Best Man: The Final Chapters”. The Peacock title makes history as the first original scripted series for the streamer to crack the Nielsen listing. It currently sits at No. 5 with 762 million minutes watched after its December 22 premiere.

Peacock previously made his Nielsen debut during the October 10-16 viewing window with “Halloween Ends.” The film was released simultaneously in both theaters and streaming on October 14, garnering 717 million minutes watched in its first three days.

More to comeā€¦

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