Fallout Sets Another Nielsen Streaming Chart Record, Baby Reindeer Makes Top 10 Debut

Prime Video’s Fallout repeated at No. 1 on Nielsen’s latest U.S. ranking of streaming originals, with a boffo tally that set another record.

To recap: For the week of April 8, Fallout had debuted at No. 1 with a “minutes viewed” total (2.9 billion) that marked a one-week Nielsen record for any Prime Video series. Now, for the week of April 15, Fallout became the first series outside of the Netflix platform to rack up 2 billion minutes viewed in consecutive weeks, by amassing another 2.62 billion for its eight-episode binge drop.

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Netflix’s Unlocked: A Jail Experiment came in at a very, very, very distant No. 2 with 724 million minutes viewed across eight episodes, followed by Netflix’s Baby Reindeer (hitting the chart in its second week of eligibility with 673 million minutes viewed/seven episodes), Hulu’s possibly potentially maybe returning Shōgun (418 million minutes/nine episodes) and Netflix’s The Circle (333 million minutes/68 episodes).

Rounding out the Top 10 streaming originals for the week of April 15 were Netflix’s newly renewed 3 Body Problem, Netflix’s The Upshaws, Netflix’s The Gentlemen, Paramount+’s Star: Trek: Discovery and Netflix’s Bridgerton.

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