3 Body Problem, Road House Top Nielsen Streaming Chart, Quiet on Set Sets Max Record

Netflix’s 3 Body Problem landed atop Nielsen’s latest U.S. ranking of streaming originals, as well as ranked No. 1 on the overall chart — ahead of Prime Video’s Road House remake and Max’s record-breaking Quiet on the Set docu.

On Nielsen’s overall chart for the week of March 18, 3 Body Problem led with nearly 1.4 billion minutes viewed across eight episodes. Jake Gyllenhaal’s 123-minute Road House redo came in at No. 2 with north of 1.3 billion minutes viewed, followed by Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, which set a Max record with 1.25 billion minutes viewed for its original four episodes.

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Over on Nielsen’s ranking of streaming originals, Netflix’s Homicide: New York made its chart debut at No. 2 with a little over a billion minutes viewed across five episodes, followed by Netflix’s The Gentlemen (971 million minutes viewed/eight episodes) and Love Is Blind (617 million minutes/83 episodes), and Hulu’s Shōgun (423 million minutes/five available episodes).

Rounding out the Top 10 originals for the week of March 18 were Peacock’s Apples Never Fall, Netflix’s Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War, Avatar: The Last Airbender and Physical: 100 Underground, and Paramount+’s Halo.

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