In the Nielsen ratings for May 2-8, the Marvel series had its highest watching time ever.
Moon Knight had its greatest viewing time stats during the week of its conclusion, like most of its Marvel equivalents on Disney+ have accomplished. Meanwhile, Netflix’s Ozark remained at the top of the rankings for another week, greatly outperforming any other series.
According to Nielson’s streaming ranking of the week, Moon Knight with six episodes has acquired more than 715 million minutes of watching time on May 4th, (when the season finale aired), that figure increases from 681 million last week. The series has developed for 4 years and 5 weeks since its premiere on March 30th, with only one tiny fall from 638 million to 630 million minutes in the fourth week.
Over the course of its existence, the series racked up roughly 3.7 billion minutes of watching time, joining other Disney+’s Marvel shows The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (4.15 billion) and Hawkeye (3.46 billion).
Ozark had 3.33 billion minutes of viewing time in the week after the premiere of its final episodes, up 29% from the previous week. That’s not quite as many as the 4.1 billion minutes the program racked up after the first half of its final season premiered in January, but it’s still one of the highest single-week totals since Nielsen started publishing weekly streaming charts in September 2020.
Grace and Frankie’s audience grew from 701 million to 880 million minutes in the week after the last episodes aired. The longest-running Netflix original series came in second overall, with Moon Knight coming in third.
Amazon’s Prime Video grabbed two slots among the top 10 original streaming shows, with Outer Range (425 million minutes) in fourth place and The Wilds (262 million) in tenth in the week that released season two.
Nielsen’s streaming statistics only take in minutes watched on TV sets and exclude time spent on laptops or mobile devices. Only Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, and Prime Video within the U.S are presently included in the ratings, which do not contain viewers from other countries.