Glass Onion Sets Record on Nielsen's Movie Streaming Chart; The Witcher Spinoff Cracks TV Top 10 Ranking

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

While Jack Ryan and Wednesday Addams stayed put atop Nielsen’s latest U.S. ranking of streaming originals, the big headline is that Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery set a record over on the movies chart.

For the week of Dec. 26, Glass Onion amassed 2.9 billion viewing minutes, up 30 percent from its opening weekend to set a record as the most-streamed movie in a measurement week since Nielsen began tracking streaming content. It also thus was No. 1 on the overall streaming ranking, easily besting Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan. Speaking of whom….

Prime Video’s Jack Ryan topped the TV chart for a second straight week with 1.7 billion minutes viewed across 24 total episodes. Netflix’s Wednesday again followed at No. 2 with 1.66 billion minutes over eight episodes. Netflix’s Emily in Paris rose a spot with 1.4 billion minutes viewed/30 episodes, followed by Netflix’s newly renewed The Recruit (953 million minutes/eight episodes) and the chart debut of Netflix’s The Witcher: Blood Origin (912 million minutes/four episodes).

Rounding out the Top 10 for the week of Dec. 26 were Netflix’s Treason (790 million minutes/five episodes), Peacock’s The Best Man: The Final Chapters (735 million minutes/eight episodes), and Netflix’s Alice in Borderland (458 million minutes/11 episodes), I Am a Killer (456 million minutes/32 episodes) and The Crown (413 million minutes/50 episodes).

Falling out of the Top 10 were Harry & Meghan, Sonic Prime and The Santa Clauses.

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