‘Baby Reindeer’, ‘Under the Bridge’ succeed on the Luminate rating list

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“Fallout” was the most streamed title for the week of April 19-25, according to Luminate’s weekly rankings of streaming originals. The video game adaptation was watched for 1.2 billion minutes during this period, which equates to 2.5 million views divided by the series’ 473-minute runtime.

Although “Baby Reindeer” landed at No. 2 with just over half the total viewers of “Fallout” (647.4 million minutes), it actually reached a higher number of estimated viewers. With a running time of 238 minutes, the British limited series reached an estimated 2.7 million viewers. It was followed by “Unlocked: A Jail Experiment” with 463.6 million minutes watched and 1.4 million views.

Season 6 of “The Circle” made a strong chart debut. With the first four episodes available all week, with another four episodes becoming available the day before the viewing window ended, the reality season was watched for 265.3 million minutes.

“Under the Bridge” was a success for Hulu. The true crime-based limited series debuted as the No. 5 streaming original series, despite limited availability: the first two episodes debuted on April 17, while a third episode debuted on April 25, with a total of 241.9 million minutes watched for 19 -April 25.

The No. 2 title was Netflix’s surprise hit “Baby Reindeer.” With 647.4 million viewing minutes, the British limited series achieved just over half the total hit of “Fallout,” although its runtime was also shorter.

Lower in the rankings were ‘3 Body Problem’, ‘The Gentlemen’, which have been on the charts for over a month, while ‘Ripley’ dropped to number 9 in its third week. The nature documentary series “Our Living World” debuted at No. 10 with 191.4 million viewing minutes.

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On the movie side, “Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver” debuted at the top with 740.8 million minutes watched and 6.1 million views. The release of the sequel boosted “Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire,” which landed at No. 4 with 200.5 million minutes watched and 1.4 million views.

Between the two were “What Jennifer Did” (240.2 million minutes watched and 2.8 million views), “Woody Woodpecker Goes to Camp” (202.4 million minutes watched and 2 million views). “Road House” led the bottom half of the chart with 136.1 million minutes watched in its sixth week on the chart.


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


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