Love Is Blind Replaces Avatar Atop Nielsen Streaming Chart, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Hits Overall Top 10

Netflix’s Love Is Blind rose to the top of Nielsen’s latest U.S. ranking of streaming originals, by amassing 2.1 billion minutes viewed across 81 available episodes during the week of Feb. 26.

Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender in turn slipped to second place with 1.9 billion minutes viewed across eight episodes, followed by Netflix’s Wrong Side of the Tracks (621 million minutes viewed/24 episodes), Netflix’s American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders (513 million minutes/four episodes) and the chart debut of Hulu’s Shōgun (513 million minutes/three available episodes).

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Rounding out the Top 10 originals for the week of Feb. 26 were Netflix’s The Tourist (505 million minutes viewed/12 episodes), Netflix’s Formula 1: Drive to Survive (395 million minutes/60 episodes), Paramount+’s Halo (357 million minutes/14 available episodes), Netflix’s One Day (334 million minutes/14 wpisodes) and Netflix’s Furies (257 million minutes/eight episodes).

Meanwhile on Nielsen’s overall ranking (which includes acquired series, movies and what not), Brooklyn Nine-Nine with the release of its first four seasons on Netflix landed at No. 5, racking up 847 million minutes viewed for its 152-episode library (the entirety of which is available on Peacock).

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