‘Bluey’ Lands In First Place On Nielsen Streaming Charts; Tom Brady Roast Attracts Impressive Live Audience

Bluey-mania continues.

The Disney+ series was at the top of Nielsen’s streaming charts with nearly 1.2B minutes viewed from April 29 to May 5. The new episodes that dropped the week prior surely gave it a boost, but Bluey is a mainstay on this list, racking up over a billion minutes pretty frequently.

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In fact, Nielsen points out that Bluey has been in the overall Top 10 for well over a year now, and this marks its fourth time at No. 1.

It should also not surprise anyone that Grey’s Anatomy came in second place with around 1.1B minutes viewed. It’s unclear what is prompting this resurgence in the medical drama, since it’s been available on both Hulu and Netflix for quite a while.

Fallout fell to third place this week but still posted over a billion minutes viewed, which is quite impressive for the eight-episode Amazon series. It was No. 1 among streaming originals, thanks to an audience Nielsen says is very similar to Amazon’s other popular series The Boys — two-thirds male and 35% ages 18-34.

Prime Video also represented on the movies list, with The Idea of You coming in third place with a cool 512M viewing minutes in its first four days of availability.

Also worth noting that Netflix’s Dead Boy Detectives was on the overall list at No. 8 with 699M minutes viewed. During that same interval, it was third on Netflix’s own Top 10 list, not quite able to compete with the Baby Reindeer craze.

Speaking of that series, it is also still holding onto a spot on Nielsen’s list, this week in fifth place with 734M minutes viewed. It’s hard to understate how impressive this series’ performance has been, given that it popped largely due to word-of-mouth, having not been attached to any major IP or starring any A-list stars.

And while Tom Brady may not have loved his Netflix roast, it seems like everyone else did. That three-hour special racked up 279M viewing minutes the day it aired, almost exclusively during its live window, according to Nielsen. That put it on the map at No. 10 on Nielsen’s streaming originals list. Considering the conversation around the roast in the days following, we should expect to see this one stick around the Top 10 at least for another week.

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