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Nielsen: Bryan Cranston’s “Your Honor” was number one in weekly household streams through June 9

Nielsen: Bryan Cranston’s “Your Honor” was number one in weekly household streams through June 9
Nielsen: Bryan Cranston’s “Your Honor” was number one in weekly household streams through June 9

“Your Honor”

Erik Gruenwedel

The former Showtime drama “Your Honor,” starring Bryan Cranston, last aired on March 19, 2023. But the two-season series remains popular on Paramount+ and Netflix, leading all weekly streamed content, according to new Nielsen data, with 1.53 billion minutes consumed for 20 episodes through June 9.

The crime drama thriller was added to Netflix in its most recent period on May 31, landing at No. 9 on the acquired content chart with 544 million minutes of viewing. Ratings nearly tripled this week (up 181%), with nearly 25% coming from black viewers.

The Netflix film HitMan starring Glen Powell debuted on the streamer on Friday of the break (June 7) and almost cracked the billion-minute mark with 984 million minutes watched, landing in fourth place overall. It also dominated the box office charts, surpassing Under Paris (including Netflix) by 348 million minutes.

The Netflix original series “Eric” increased by 38% since its opening week, reaching 926 million minutes of viewing in six episodes, reaching number 5 in the overall charts and topping the original charts.

The third and final season of the Netflix original series “Sweet Tooth” was released in the meantime and reached 874 million viewing minutes for all 24 episodes, landing at number 7 on the overall charts and number 2 on the original charts. Half of the series’ audience belonged to a multicultural target group, 24% were Hispanic.

Disney+ introduced its latest Star Wars installment, “The Acolyte.” The first two episodes garnered 488 million viewing minutes among an audience that was two-thirds male (the highest proportion this week).

“The Mayor of Kingstown” on Paramount+ entered the top 10 this week, landing at number 10 on the original charts with 306 million viewing minutes for 22 episodes.

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