Netflix’s reboot of Lost in Space repeated as No. 1 on Nielsen’s U.S. streaming chart for the week of December 6 to 12, racking up a bit more than 1 billion minutes of viewing. The exact tally was 1.018 billion, beating out runner-up CoComelon, which had 835 million viewing minutes across the preschool favorite’s 15 episodes. Lost in Space‘s most-viewed episode among the 28 made available on Netflix was its Season 3 finale, according to Nielsen. Viewing overall held fairly steady from week to week, dipping from 1.2 billion to 1 billion. The show’s third and final season was added to Netflix on December 1.
Marvel’s Hawkeye drew 527 million minutes of streaming to finish sixth. The Disney+ show has been gaining, but its episode-a-week release format has kept it from amassing a chart-topping audience. The Wheel of Time, in similar fashion, has had episodes parceled out gradually by Prime Video. The fantasy show’s overall viewing held steady as it added a sixth episode, with 509 million minutes.
The all-movie chart was dominated by holiday fare, with Home Alone leading the way with 307 million minutes of streaming. Home Alone 2 finished No. 10 with 184 million minutes. Viewing was split evenly among age groups.