Nielsen presented its latest Top 10 with the most chosen by the American public and Stranger Things is no longer in first place, after its fourth season. Find out who beat it!
the streaming service Netflix has a wide catalog of popular productions, but there is no doubt that the most outstanding so far this year is stranger things. This series returned with its fourth season after three years without broadcast and has once again conquered its fans with new characters, so it was nothing new that would remain at the top of any ranking. However, it was confirmed that was overtaken in America for another highly anticipated title.
The following data comes thanks to the audience meter nielsonwho are in charge of reporting the exact numbers viewed by American viewers of conventional television and platforms Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Hulu TV and Apple TV+. Publishing the reports takes a while to confirm the collection of the figures, so they arrive almost a month late.
+ The series that surpassed Stranger Things in the US
According to a recent Nielsen statement, the most watched in the United States between the week of June 13 and 19 was The Umbrella Academy with a total of 2,454 million minutes played. After two years, the adaptation of the comics by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá returned to Netflix with its third season, achieving a fury similar to that generated by stranger thingsbut these days it was superior.
The plot of the new episodes focused again on the members of the Umbrella Academy now in the present, after stopping the end of the world in 1963. Despite being convinced that they have prevented the apocalypse, they quickly realize that some things are not they are fine. At that moment, the Sparrow Academy arises, with whom they have an immediate confrontation, but they will not be a concern, since they must find a way to return to their pre-apocalyptic lives.
During the aforementioned week, stranger things ranked second in the United States with 2.326 million minutes viewed, so the difference was smaller. The rest of the Nielsen Top 10 rounded out as follows: Obi-Wan Kenobi (860M), The Boys (712M), Peaky Blinders (569M), God’s Favorite Idiot (402M), Ozark (386M), The Lincoln Lawyer (383M), The Summer I Turned Pretty (376M) Y Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet (375M).