Nielsen has announced its top 10 streaming charts for the week of 6th December through to 12th December 2021 for the United States. There are four different charts, Top 10 Originals, Acquired Shows, Movies and a combined total chart.

In the run-up to Christmas, Disney+ dominated the movie streaming chart, with both “Home Alone” films making the top 10, along with another Christmas classic, “The Santa Clause”.

Marvel’s “Hawkeye” also continues to be a huge success for Disney+, as it was the second most popular original series of the week.


Disney’s ABC shows “Criminal Minds”, “New Girl”, and “Grey’s Anatomy” continue to pull in viewers on Netflix. These shows are available on Disney+ internationally.

Here’s the rundown: (Total Minutes Watched):



Originals

  1. Lost In Space 1,018
  2. Hawkeye 527
  3. The Wheel of Time 509
  4. Money Heist 426
  5. Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous 337
  6. The Great British Baking Show 324
  7. The Queen of Flow 324
  8. Selling Sunset 278
  9. True Story 255
  10. Cowboy Bebop (2021) 218


Acquired

  1. Cocomelon 835
  2. NCIS 597
  3. Criminal Minds 572
  4. Seinfeld 556
  5. Greys Anatomy 398
  6. Supernatural 371
  7. Shameless 316
  8. Bluey 304
  9. New Girl 298
  10. The Thundermans 297


Films

  1. Home Alone 307
  2. Elf 296
  3. Red Notice 280
  4. A Boy Called Christmas 241
  5. Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings 233
  6. The Power Of The Dog 209
  7. The Shack 202
  8. The Christmas Chronicles 200
  9. The Santa Clause 193
  10. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 184


Total

  1. Lost In Space 1,018
  2. Cocomelon 835
  3. NCIS 597
  4. Criminal Minds 572
  5. Seinfeld 556
  6. Hawkeye 527
  7. The Wheel of Time 509
  8. Money Heist 426
  9. Greys Anatomy 398
  10. Supernatural 371


What did you watch on Disney+ in early December?

 

 

 

 











Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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  1. Andrew January 7, 2022

    Roger - just a note regarding the source Nielsen charts for Dec 6 - 12. There is an error is service label on the Films chart for The Santa Clause, as expected copy/paste laziness left that film with a Netflix tag, even though it (and the sequels) left the service on 2019 (for Disney+) and have not (and per simple Google searches, never will) returned. The metrics on the chart actually relate to play on Disney+ "connected tv's" in the USA.