Weekly Streaming Video Leaderboard: October 7, 2019

Every week we’re delighted to bring you the latest performance leaderboard for movies and shows on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video — based on real viewer streaming behavior from the largest panel in the industry. The performance of a title is measured by share of audience: the percentage of viewers on a service who streamed a title in whole or in part. Please check back every week for a new leaderboard!

This week, explore how titles across Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video performed in the United States for the month of September 2019.



Dave Chappelle: Sticks and Stones stayed at the top with a 9.2% share of audience, and Bill Burr: Paper Tiger climbed to second with 7.2%.  The Good Place came in a close third with rounding making it look a little closer (actual difference was -0.88%) and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance fell to fourth with 7.1%.


Family Guy stayed first with 5.6%, followed by Bob’s Burgers in second andRick and Morty in third, separated by just 0.02%. Wu-Tang: An American Saga remained in 8th place with 3.4%


Amazon Prime

Carnival Row continues to top the chart with an 8.1% audience share.  Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan maintained second with 5.0%. Fleabag popped back into the top ten with 2.5% in third.  Could this be an Emmy affect? John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum fell to fourth with 1.8%.

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