The fifth season of Netflix’s Karate Kid reboot drew more than 1.7 billion minutes of streaming from 50 available episodes. Thor: Love and Thunder, making its debut as a no-extra-charge movie title on Disney+, collected 1.5 billion streaming minutes. (Pinocchio, a streaming-only outing also on Disney+, drew 930 million minutes, good for sixth place.)
Prime Video’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power finished No. 4 for the week with 1.2 billion minutes of viewing, though the fact that it had only three episodes in circulation didn’t help its tally. In the No. 5 spot was HBO Max’s House of the Dragon, with a bit more than 1 billion minutes. Across all platforms, the Game of Thrones prequel has generated huge viewership. The Nielsen streaming chart captures only streaming through a TV screen in the U.S., and its cutoff is also unfriendly to the Sunday night debuts, capturing only the first three hours each new episode is live.
Here’s the full chart, with number of episodes (“1″=feature film) and total amount of viewing minutes:
|Disney+||Thor: Love And Thunder||1||1.500B|
|Netflix||Devil In Ohio||8||1.377B|
|Prime Video||The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power||3||1.203B|
|HBO Max||House Of The Dragon||4||1.016B|
|HBO Max||Game Of Thrones||73||805M|