Nielsen Streaming Top 10: Bryan Cranston’s ‘Your Honor’ Leads the Chart With 1.5 Billion Minutes Watched After Addition to Netflix

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July 09, 2024
Nielsen Streaming Top 10: Bryan Cranston’s ‘Your Honor’ Leads the Chart With 1.5 Billion Minutes Watched After Addition to Netflix

Bryan Cranston has now had two projects enjoy “the Netflix effect,” having first aired on linear networks before going on the garner major viewership on Netflix — first with “Breaking Bad,” and now with “Your Honor.”

“Your Honor,” the Showtime legal drama Cranston starred in and executive produced for two seasons from 2020 to 2023, was watched for 1.5 billion minutes from June 3 to June 9. This accounts for viewership across both Paramount+, where the series was already available, and Netflix, where it had its first full week of availability after being added on May 31. In the previous viewing window, when it was available for three days, “Your Honor” took the No. 9 position with 544 million minutes watched.

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In a statement to Variety, Cranston said, “A first time experience gets a lot of attention, but there is a lot to be said for a second time. To have ‘Your Honor’ get new life at Netflix is the dream scenario. Millions more people now have the chance to catch up with this extraordinary show that I am so proud of.”

After chart regulars “Bluey” and “Grey’s Anatomy” (just above and below 1.1 billion minutes watched, respectively), “Hit Man” was the next biggest title on the chart. The Glen Powell-led movie landed at No. 4 with 984 million minutes watched in its first three days on Netflix after a limited run in theaters that began on May 24.

In its first full week of availability on Netflix, the Benedict Cumberbatch-led Netflix series “Eric” took fifth place with 926 million minutes watched. It was followed by “Heartland,” which was watched for 924 million minute across Hulu, Netflix and Peacock; notably, the Canadian series’ 16th season was added to Netflix on June 1. Next, “Sweet Tooth” landed in seventh place with 874 million minutes watched in the first four days of availability of its fourth season.

“Bridgerton” fell to No. 9 with 806 million minutes watched in the third full week of availability of Season 3 Part 1, but will certainly rise higher on the chart soon, as another four episodes were released on June 13. It was sandwiched on the June 3-9 chart in between repeat titles “NCIS” (866 million minutes) and “Young Sheldon” (786 million minutes).

See Nielsen’s list of overall streaming rankings for June 3-9 first, followed by original streaming titles, acquired titles and then films.

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