After three consecutive weeks at the top spot on Nielsen Streaming Prime 10 because of the second half release of the present’s fourth and final season, “Ozark” has finally ended its reign. Now in second place, the collection was considered for 1.1 billion minutes between May 16 and May 22. “The Lincoln Lawyer,” which debuted at No. 2 in the May 9-15 viewing window after three days of availability, is the #1 new streaming show. The authorized drama was rated for 1.8 billion minutes on its first full week on Netflix.
Beyond the word, it’s the chart debut of “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers” because the #2 streaming movie and is at #5 overall streaming with 594 million minutes considered after debuting on Disney+ on Dec. May. The film stars John Mulaney and Andy Samberg, who voice Chip and Dale, respectively, the anthropomorphic squirrels who first appeared in a brief 1943 Disney film.
After debuting at No. 6 in the previous preview window, Hulu’s restricted biopic “Sweet” has now dropped again, making “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers” this week’s Prime 10 exclusive title from a streaming service in addition to Netflix.
Netflix’s reality show collection “The Circle” is back on the chart at No. 8 following the release of Season 4 episodes 9-12 on May 18. The gift was considered for 467 million minutes from May 16 to 22.
“Outlander” also ran its campaign for the chart this week, landing at No. 9. The Starz collection ended its sixth season in early May, and fans watched the five seasons available on Netflix for 456 million minutes during this airing window, likely while gearing up for season 6 to hit the streamer.
The final Prime 10 premiere between May 16 and May 22 was the Victoria Justice-led film “A Good Pairing,” considered for 442 million minutes. Repeat chart artists incorporate “Senior Yr” as No. 3 (767 million), “Cocomelon” as No. 4 (682 million), “NCIS” as No. 6 (552 million) and “Felony Minds” as No. 7 (501 million).
See Nielsen’s Prime 10 streaming ranking for the week of May 16-22 below, with total streaming titles first, adopted by an exclusive streaming collection, titles purchased after the movies.
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