“You” tops the Nielsen Streaming Top 10 with 1.7 billion views

You returns to Nielsen’s Streaming Top 10 list, topping the title rankings this week after Netflix released the first five episodes of the show’s latest season last month. During the February 6-12 viewing window, the series managed 1.73 billion minutes watched in its first four days of availability. The second half of Season 4 was released on March 9th.

According to Nielsen’s breakdown, the psychological thriller series attracted an audience very similar to “Friends” on HBO Max, with 42% of viewers aged 18 to 34 and 65% of viewers female.

“New Amsterdam” came second on the list with 1.5 billion minutes of viewing – up 17% from the previous week and attracted an even more female audience (68%) than “You”. This is the second straight week that the title has racked up over a billion minutes. Netflix added two seasons of the series in January. Previously, New Amsterdam was originally only available to stream on Peacock.

Despite a slight drop, “The Last of Us” ranked third overall on HBO Max with 1.1 billion minutes watched on the streamer. This comes after the release of the fifth installment during this period, bringing it to the highest rank the series has received on the overall title list to date.

After a big week with its debut, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever fell to fourth overall with a 58% drop to 944 million minutes viewed, suggesting viewers had been eagerly awaiting its release on Disney+. The title continues to top Nielsen’s film charts. Close behind on both charts is “Your Place or Mine,” which racked up 898 million viewing minutes.

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Minions: The Rise of Gru just barely made 10th place overall with 687 million viewer minutes, a significant drop from the previous week’s 1.2 billion viewer minutes. The film was first added to Netflix on January 30.

Notably, Netflix’s non-English title Physical: 100 came in fourth on the list of streaming originals with 363 million views, just above Wednesday (357 million) and below Poker Face (372 million).

Elsewhere in the chart are NCIS (783 million), Cocomelon (766 million), Grey’s Anatomy (750 million), and The Walking Dead (708 million).

Check out Nielsen’s list of overall streaming rankings for February 6-12 first, followed by original streaming titles, purchased titles, and then movies.