‘Fallout’ Blasts To Top Of Nielsen Streaming Charts In Debut Weekend, Becoming Amazon’s Most Successful Title To Date

It’s no wonder why Fallout got renewed.

Amazon’s video game adaptation stormed onto Nielsen’s streaming list in its debut weekend, racking up a whopping 2.9B minutes viewed in its first five days on the platform.

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That was over a billion minutes more than anything else that was watched on streaming the week of April 8 to 14.

It’s also Amazon’s most successful title to date, according to Nielsen, considering it surpassed Reacher’s best week by over a billion minutes as well.

Nielsen reports the audience for Fallout in its premiere weekend was 63% male, and 75% of viewers were under 50. About 70% of viewing was concentrated in the first four episodes, which likely indicates some more big weeks for Fallout ahead.

In second place, unsurprisingly, was Bluey. The kids program continues to be a big winner for Disney+ and this interval was no different. The series attracted another 1.4B minutes viewed.

Grey’s Anatomy fell to third place this week, while last week’s top title The Resident came in fifth place. The Fox medical drama had a good run, though it looks like it probably won’t reach Suits levels of streaming success this time around.

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