Suits maintains 11-week reign as ‘One Piece’ debuts strong at No. 2 with 1.3 billion minutes of viewership

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Netflix’s ‘One Piece’ has made an impressive debut as it claimed the second spot in the original streaming series rankings just one week after its release. Suits, meanwhile, continued its 11-week reign atop the overall charts. One Piece, the live-action version of the manga of the same name, made its premiere on August 31, during the last four days of the viewership period. Within this short time frame, the show accumulated an impressive total of 1.3 billion minutes of viewership. Adding to the show’s remarkable popularity, it includes a more diverse audience than its competitors, with 25% of the viewers being Hispanic and 19% African American.

Suits might surpass Ozark

Pulling an impressive 2.5 million minutes of watching on Netflix and Peacock, ‘Suits’ retained its top spot on Nielsen’s weekly streaming rankings for the August 28 to September 3 viewing period. This marks the 11th consecutive week for the legal drama to have resumed the No. 1 spot. If ‘Suits’ maintains its dominance the following week, as it is expected to do, it will surpass ‘Ozark’s record to have held the first place in Nielsen’s streaming rankings.

Shows that hit 1 billion minutes of viewership

Two other shows that hit the 1 billion minutes of viewership mark are ‘Who is Erin Carter’ and ‘Bluey’. The former is a limited series that premiered last week and took up the No. 2 spot in just four days. Taking up the No. 4 position is the children’s show ‘Bluey’ with just over a billion minutes viewed. Taking up ‘Ahsoka’s spot at No. 5 is chart regular ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ with 870 million minutes of watching. It is followed by ‘NCIS’ garnering a total of 797 million minutes of viewership.

Nielsen’s list of Top 10 overall streaming rankings

  1. Suits (Netflix/Peacock), 2.45 billion minutes of viewership
  2. One Piece (Netflix), 1.31 billion
  3. Who Is Erin Carter? (Netflix), 1.02 billion
  4. Bluey (Disney+), 1.01 billion
  5. Grey’s Anatomy (Netflix), 870 million
  6. NCIS (Netflix/Paramount+), 797 million
  7. You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah (Netflix), 715 million
  8. Cocomelon (Netflix), 643 million
  9.  SWAT (Hulu/Netflix/Paramount+), 643 million (tie)
  10. The Big Bang Theory (Max), 590 million