“The Queen’s Gambit” was the most-watched program for the third time in the three full weeks it was available among programming on the four streaming services measured in the latest weekly report from Nielsen released Thursday.
Viewers watched 1.373 billion minutes of seven-episode Netflix miniseries between Nov. 9-15. The 2005-13 NBC comedy “The Office” was second for the fourth consecutive week, with 1.089 billion minutes watched of its 192 episodes.
Each of the top four programs was unchanged from the previous week.
“The Mandalorian” was third for the third consecutive week, with 873 million minutes watched of its 11 episodes, including the third episode of its second season, which became available Nov. 13.
The Disney+ “Star Wars” series was the only non-Netflix programming in the top 10 for the second consecutive week.
The Emmy-winning comedy “Schitt’s Creek” was fourth with 855 million minutes watched of its 80 episodes.
The only program in the top 10 not in the previous week’s was “The Crown,” whose 10-episode fourth season was released Nov. 15. The Netflix series about the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II was fifth, with viewers watching 807 minutes of its 40 episodes.
The top 10 consisted of three original streaming programs, six programs that originally aired on North American broadcast networks and the British import, “The Great British Baking Show.”
The top 10 programs were “The Queen’s Gambit”; “The Office”; “The Mandalorian”; “Schitt’s Creek”; “The Crown”; “Grey’s Anatomy”; “The Great British Baking Show”; “NCIS”; “Criminal Minds”; and “The Blacklist.”