The Spanish series has had a regular footfall in front of the American audience, and this was featured in the latest Nielsen Top 10 issue.
Stealing money It premiered for the first time, the second part of the final season, on the streaming service Netflix 3 last December, thus closing one of the most popular series of recent years. This confession led to it being the most viewed on the platform of the month, but especially In the United States, it was not at all close to the outrage obtained in different countries of the world and was behind other accounts.
The following data corresponds to the weekly publication of the Audience Scale Nielsen On their official website, where they show the characters of the American audience watching TV and in live broadcasts Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, Hulu TV s + Apple TV. By not showing actual numbers constantly, for various reasons, this update is about a month late.
+ The series that surpassed La Casa de Papel in the United States
According to the latest report from Nielsen, toThe most watched Netflix series between December 6-12, 2021 was lost in space, with 1,018 million playing minutes, just under the 1,207 million it got a week ago. This is the third and final season of the science fiction show that has caught the attention of a US audience.
fall behind cocumillon With 835 million minutes watched, it is one of the most popular kids content in the region all year round. The legendary NCIS, with its 19th season, took the podium with 597 million minutes. Ranking continues with criminal minds (572 AD), Seinfeld (556 AD), hook (527 AD), wheel of time (509 m) … s Stealing money?
The Spanish series is ranked eighth with a total of 426 million watched minutes Between those days that were already more steadfast as rage Netflix At that time, but US viewers choose local content. The rest of the top ten of the week were finished with instinct anatomy (398 m) y supernatural (371 AD).
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