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The Book Of Boba Fett Nielsen Streaming Charts - Episode 4

The new Nielsen Streaming Charts are out and The Book of Boba Fett maintains its solid 5th place. But what about viewership numbers? It’s not all roses and sunshine here. Click through for more details!

Slave 1 was put to good use in episode 4

Let’s recap the previous numbers for The Book of Boba Fett before we continue.

Episode 1 entered the charts with 389 million minutes streamed, which means the pilot episode was very popular. It was – most likely – the single most watched individual episode of any series that week.
Episodes 1 and 2 had 539 million minutes streamed, with just two episodes The Book of Boba Fett outperformed Hawkeye after its season finale.
Episodes 1 – 3 saw a serious decline however, down to 467 million minutes streamed, a clear sign that audiences were not all that impressed by the series after episodes 1 and 2. Still a solid number, but certainly not as much as Disney would hope for or want and really not all that remarkable.

So what about episode 4 added to the series? Well, total number of minutes streamed is up again, it is 589 million minutes with four episodes counted. Which is once again more successful than Marvel’s Hawkeye (even with five or six episodes counted for Hawkeye), but still far removed from other shows like Wandavision, Loki or The Mandalorian and while it’s not bad at all, it’s not great either.

When you look at the numbers you can see that The Book of Boba Fett had about as many total minutes streamed with four episodes as it had with just two, and the number should usually go up more with more episodes added.

Things will get very interesting next week, when episode 5 will be added to the Nielsen streaming charts, which marks the point in the season when the series completely departed from its orginal premise and turned into The Mandalorian season 2.5.

Samba TV, another service measuring viewer ratings, reported a short while ago that the Book of Boba Fett season finale vastly outperformed the season two finale of The Mandalorian, by 36% according to their numbers, indicating that the series got a massive boost in viewership with Din Djarin, Grogu and of course Luke Skywalker added to the mix. We will see what Nielsen has to say about that. We will know about the season finale in three weeks from now.

As usual, all those services only monitor ratings in North America, so the numbers you see here are the bare minimum. Disney+ currently has a little less than 43 million subscribers in North America, and according to the last numbers from Disney about 118 million worldwide.

The Book of Boba Fett is once again the only Disney+ series on a list otherwise completely dominated by Netflix. The number 1 series is Ozark this week, with 2.9 billion minutes streamed across 37 episodes.

Let’s wait then for next week’s update to find out whether or not episode 5 boosted viewership numbers for The Book of Boba Fett to a new level.

The Nielsen streaming charts

 

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