Netflix’s thrilling new crime mystery Clickbait landed the top overall spot on Nielsen’s streaming chart with more than 1.4 billion minutes viewed during the week ending September 5. The movie’s plot sees Nick Brewer abducted in a crime with a sinister online twist, and those closest to him race to uncover who is behind it and why. But Nick is starting to get implicated along the way.
Once again, Manifest has proved to be a fan favorite, taking the second spot overall and No. 1 in Acquired. This week also marks the eighth time the series has reached 1 billion viewing minutes, clocking 1,114m to be exact.
Disney+ made the top three with Cruella gaining 745 million minutes of streaming time, followed by Cocomelon which doesn’t come as much as a surprise.
In Original content, Netflix leads the list with Clickbait, Money Heist, and Turning Point: 9/11 And the War on Terror gaining the top three spots. Hulu‘s new comedy series Only Murders in the Building starring Selena Gomez, Steve Martiin, and Martin Short landed fourth place with 444 million minutes across its 3 episodes.
With Manifest and Cocomelon leading the Acquired titles, Netflix also dominated the rest of the 8 slots with Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds and NCIS as perennial favorites among others.
In Movies, Disney+‘ Emma Stone-starring Cruella lead the chart followed by Amazon Studios’ new adaptation of Cinderella with Camila Cabello as Ella and Billy Porter playing the role of the Godmother. Afterlife of the Party on Netflix reached third place with 290 million minutes, followed by He’s All That with Tik Toker Addison Rae starring in the Gen Z remake of the 90s rom com. (Side note: Some things just shouldn’t be recreated.)