‘Squid Game’ Missing From Nielsen Ranking, First Week of Eligibility

In its first week of eligibility — although for under its first three days of launch — Netflix’s Squid Sport didn’t crack the High 10 on the Nielsen Streaming Rating, although it’s poised to leap onto the chart within the coming weeks.

The Korean thriller about 456 folks lured right into a sequence of lethal youngsters’s video games — which Netflix recently touted as its most sampled series launch ever — racked up 206 million minutes of viewing throughout the week of Sept. 13-19, although it didn’t premiere till the seventeenth. It thus fell nicely shy of Nielsen’s newest general High 10 rating, however positioned not far beneath Cash Heist (which had 244 million minutes) on the rating of streaming originals.

Brian Fuhrer, Nielsen’s SVP of Product Technique, initiatives that Squid Sport‘s surge onto the Nielsen charts is imminent, likening its potential trajectory to that of Netflix’s Tiger King.

What did make the general High 10 for the week of Sept. 13? Netflix’s Lucifer climbed a spot to reclaim the No. 1 title with practically 1.6 billion minutes considered. The champ from the earlier two weeks, Netflix’s Clickbait, slipped to second place (with 732 million minutes), adopted by the NBC-cancelled/Netflix-saved Manifest (712 million). Rounding out the High 10 had been Cocomelon, Legal Minds, Intercourse Training, NCIS, Gray’s Anatomy, Heartland and The Circle.

Nielsen’s rating of streaming originals was led by Lucifer, Clickbait, Intercourse Training and Hulu’s Solely Murders within the Constructing, adopted by Hulu’s 9 Good Strangers, Netflix’s Turning Level: 9/11, the primary six episodes of Disney+’s What If…?, Amazon’s LulaRich and Netflix’s Cash Heist.

https://tvline.com/2021/10/14/squid-game-nielsen-streaming-chart-week-of-september-13-through-19/ | ‘Squid Sport’ Lacking From Nielsen Rating, First Week of Eligibility

Aila Slisco

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