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the series that broke the Netflix audience record according to Nielsen

Nielsen It is the audience meter that week by week reports the official numbers about the televisions and streaming services Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney + and Hulu TV in the United States. As usual, these numbers arrive almost a month late, since the platforms do not usually publish their real data continuously.

September was the most successful month of the year for Netflix, something that began to be noticed since the new seasons of Lucifer, Sex Education and The Money Heist. Although all three had great releases, the truth is that were overshadowed by a show that surprised both streaming and viewers.

+ The series that broke Nielsen’s record

According to the latest report from Nielsen, The Squid Game was the most watched Netflix series between the week of September 20 to 26, 2021 with a total of 1,190 million minutes played. Originally from South Korea, it broke all possible barriers and also became the most user-chosen show in history.

In its first four weeks the Korean drama has added 142 million views worldwide, well above the 82 million he had achieved Bridgerton earlier this year. Continuing with the Nielsen ranking, who is in second place is Lucifer with 860 million minutes viewed, less than half that of the leader.

The podium continues with Sex Education (856 million minutes) thanks to the new episodes of its third season. Cocomelon (675 M) y Criminald Minds (651 M) rank fourth and fifth respectively, and the rest of the Top 10 is completed with Midnight mass (566 M), NCIS (546 M), Ted Lasso de Apple TV+ (509 M), Grey’s Anatomy (462 M) y The Circle (436 M).

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