‘Fallout’ Continues Its Reign On Nielsen Streaming Charts; ‘Bridgerton’ Makes Appearance On Originals List Ahead Of Season 3

Fallout was still blowing all its streaming competition out of the water in its third week of release.

From April 22 to 28, the video game adaptation scored 1.5B viewing minutes across all eight episodes, according to Nielsen’s streaming report. While that was down a hefty billion minutes from the week before, it was pretty comfortably above basically everything else on streaming that week.

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It’s now the only Prime Video series to ever be in the top spot on Nielsen’s streaming list three times, consecutively or otherwise. Not even mega-hit Reacher managed that.

Second and third place went to, shocker, Bluey and Grey’s Anatomy. Both reached over 1B viewing minutes once again.

Meanwhile, buzz for Baby Reindeer was still growing as the Netflix series saw a 36% boost in viewership to No. 5 overall (up from No. 9 the week prior) with 915M viewing minutes.

Shōgun reached a series high with the release of its finale, tallying 608M viewing minutes — a 45% increase over the week before. That was good enough for fourth place among streaming originals.

Although there were no new episodes available yet, audiences appear to have been eager for another season of Bridgerton, because the first two seasons reappeared on the originals list at No. 9 with 264M minutes viewed.

Another title worth mentioning is Netflix’s Dead Boy Detectives, which generated 633M minutes viewed in its first few days on the platform. That put it at No. 3 on the originals list, though the series failed to make quite so much noise over on Netflix itself.

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