Nielsen Streaming Top 10: ‘Atlas’ Debuts at No. 5 With 795 Million Minutes Watched While ‘Dune: Part Two’ Has Solid Max Opening

Two movies were among the most-streamed titles of the May 20-26 viewing window, per Nielsen, as both “Atlas” and “Dune: Part Two” landed among the measurement company’s weekly Top 10 rankings — unusual, as series with longer running times have an advantage on the chart.

“Atlas,” Jennifer Lopez’s Netflix film, was watched for 795 million minutes watched in its first three days of availability, which landed it in the No. 5 chart position and made it the biggest movie of the week. “Dune: Part Two” took No. 9 with 711 million minutes in its first six days on Max, where it began streaming after a theatrical run earlier this year.

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Unsurprisingly, “Bridgerton” remained the No. 1 title in the first full week of availability of Season 3. The series was watched for 2.2 billion minutes from May 20 to 26. That number accounts for viewership of all three seasons. Nielsen also noted that the 2023 “Bridgerton” spinoff “Queen Charlotte” missed making any of the charts but was watched for 215 million minutes, doubling its viewership from the week before.

“Evil” was the No. 8 series with 719 million minutes watched from May 20 to 26, during which its fourth season debuted on Paramount+. The series was already seeing a viewership bump last week following the addition of Seasons 1 and 2 to Netflix.

Besides those titles, the rest of the Top 10 was made up of acquired titles: “Grey’s Anatomy” at No. 2 (just above 1.1 billion minutes watched), followed by “Bluey” (just under 1.1 billion minutes) and “Young Sheldon” (896 million minutes), and lower, “Bob’s Burgers” (742 million minutes), “Family Guy” (724 million minutes) and “NCIS” (695 million minutes).

See Nielsen’s list of overall streaming rankings for May 20-26 first, followed by original streaming titles, acquired titles and then films.

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