Luminate Streaming Ratings: ‘Hit Man’ Is the Biggest Title of the Week With 1.5 Billion Minutes Watched June 7-13

“Hit Man” was the most-watched streaming original of the week by far according to Luminate’s weekly viewership rankings for June 7-13. The Richard Linklater film, which had a limited run in theaters but was primarily launched as Netflix original, hit 1.5 billion minutes watched in its first seven days on the service — translating to 12.6 million estimated views when divided by the film’s runtime.

In both viewing minutes and views, “Hit Man” more than doubled the performance of the next-most-watched movie. The French Netflix film “Under Paris” landed at No. 2 with 594.8 million minutes watched and 5.7 million views, followed by Netflix’s “How to Rob a Bank” with 216.2 million minutes watched and 2.5 million views.

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The rest of the chart was populated by titles that have made Luminate's rankings in previous weeks, e.g. "Atlas" (No. 4 with 113.7 million minutes watched) and "Colors of Evil: Red" (No. 5 with 106 million minutes).

On the TV side, "Bridgerton" rose back to the top. Season 3 of Shonda Rhimes' Netflix drama led the chart from its debut week until last week, when it was beat by "Eric" and "Dancing for the Devil: The 7M Tiktok Cult," but the release of the season's final four episodes aided it back to the No. 1 position with 589 million minutes watched in their first day of availability (though this total is combined with viewership of the four episodes that were previously available). "Bridgerton" also held strong at the bottom of the chart, with Season 2 placing at No. 9 with 198.9 million minutes watched and Season 1 and No. 10 with 177 million minutes watched.

"Eric" continued to perform well for Netflix, taking the No. 2 spot with 581.2 million minutes watched. Season 3 of "Sweet Tooth" appeared on the chart for the first time right behind it with 566.4 million minutes watched, followed by the debut of "Perfect Match" Season 2 with 513.1 million minutes watched.

Next was "Hitler and the Nazis: Evil on Trial," which rose up to fifth place with 435.2 million minutes watched after debuting below the chart at No. 21 the week before. New Star Wars series "The Acolyte" showed up at No. 6 with 380.5 million minutes watched, followed by "Geek Girl" (314.3 million minutes) and "Dancing for the Devil" (299.8 million).

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

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