Luminate Streaming Ratings: ‘Fallout,’ ‘What Jennifer Did,’ ‘Baby Reindeer,’ ‘Unlocked’ Top TV Series and Film Charts for April 12-18

Netflix launched four new movie titles into the Luminate streaming originals top 10 movies list for the April 12-18 frame, led by “Woody Woodpecker Goes to College” and Swedish drama “Stolen.”

Among streaming original TV series, Amazon Prime Video saw “Fallout” spike to more than 5 million views in its first full week in release. Netflix had sleeper successes with true-crime drama “Baby Reindeer” and docu-series “Unlocked: A Jail Experiment.”

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Documentary film “What Jennifer Did” saw a 696% week-to-week bounce in its first full week in release to 674.2 million minutes watched, or about 7.7 million views. “Woody Woodpecker” was a distant second with 290.8 million minutes watched, or about 2.9 million views. Prime Video’s “Road House” held solidly in week four with 171.2 million minutes watched, or 1.4 million views, according to Luminate’s weekly rankings of streaming original titles.

"Stolen" premiered to 141.5 million minutes watched, or 1.3 million views. "Love, Divided," a rom-com directed by Patricia Font, came in at 115.7 million (1.1 million views) in its first week. "Amar Singh Chamkila" was the fourth newcomer to crack the top 10 with 51.1 million minutes watched (352,859 views).

Among TV series, "Fallout" was the standout and a marked a big win for Prime Video. The series logged just under 2.5 billion minutes watched across eight episodes. With a total running time of 473 minutes, that works out to about 5.2 million views. "Fallout" views shot up 773% from its first two days in release (April 10-11).

The big mover on the top 10 this week was Netflix's "Baby Reindeer," which jumped 8,000% from the previous week (when it only had one day in release) to 354.6 million minutes watched, or 1.4 million views. However, it was Netflix's eight-episode docu-series "Unlocked: A Jail Experiment" that came in a distant second for the week to "Fallout" with 793.1 million minutes watched, or about 2.4 million views.

Netflix's drama series "Ripley" dropped 51% in its third week to 323.2 million minutes watched. "3 Body Problem" hung tough in week four with a 36% week-to-week decline to 313.3 million minutes watched.

Below the top 10, TV series delivering big week-to-week increases include Netflix's "Midsummer Night" (up 4,784% to 81.3 million minutes watched) and Season 2 of Netflix's "Heartbreak High" (up 4,576% to 81.3 million minutes watched).

(Disclosure: Variety and Luminate share a common owner in PMC.)

(Pictured: Amazon Prime Video's "Fallout")

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