Luminate Streaming Ratings: Shane Gillis’ ‘Tires’ Takes Second Place as ‘Bridgerton’ Continues Its Reign May 24-30

After “Bridgerton” dominated the top three spots on Luminate’s streaming rankings last week, the only TV title that could rival it was a complete change of pace from the high production value Regency-era drama: “Tires,” Shane Gillis’ self-funded half-hour comedy that premiered on May 23.

“Bridgerton” Season 3 of course still took the No. 1 position with 766.8 million minutes watched in its second full week of availability, coming out to an estimated 3.7 million views when divided by the 220-minute runtime of the four currently available episodes.

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But “Tires” beat Season 1 and 2 of “Bridgerton,” landing at No. 2 with 447.8 million minutes watched. Divided by its 135-minute runtime, that translates to 3.3 million views — not far behind “Bridgerton” Season 3 at all. Season 2 took third place place with 394.2 million minutes watched (773,000 views) while Season 1 took fourth place with 391.6 million minutes watched (796,000 views).

“Jurassic World: Chaos Theory” had its chart debut at No. 5 with 298.1 million minutes watched in its first week of availability. In its second week, “Ashley Madison” took sixth place (281.9 million minutes watched) and was followed by repeat titles “Evil,” “Under the Bridge,” “A Man in Full” and “Fallout.”

On the movies chart, Jennifer Lopez's "Atlas" took the top slot with 1.3 billion minutes watched on Netflix and just under 11 million views — the biggest title of the week in either film or TV. Other notable new entries include "The Blue Angels," which took No. 3 with 181.4 million minutes watched on Amazon (1.9 million views) and "The Beach Boys," which debuted at No. 7 with 80.6 million minutes watched (713,000 views), while repeat titles like "Mother of the Bride" and "Thelma the Unicorn" held strong at No. 2 and No. 4 respectively.

(Disclosure: Variety and Luminate share a common owner in PMC.)

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