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The Nielsen Streaming Charts For Andor Episode 10

Nielsen have updated their weekly streaming charts. And Andor returns to the top 10 original series! Click through for more!

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Andor dropped out of the top 10 original series charts with episode 9. But this week the series returns to the charts with episode 10, which was the finale of the Narkina 5 prison arc. With episode 10 Andor has 420 million minutes, which is good enough for 8th place. This is roughly 30 million more minutes than for episode 8 (we have no numbers for episode 9), and is in line with what episode 6 (the finale of the second arc) had.

Which basically means Andor is good for 400 million minutes +/- roughly 20 million minutes, which is, as mentioned last week, roughly 40-60% of what shows like The Book of Boba Fett or Obi-Wan Kenobi had, both also released in 2022.

With that we have only the finale left, but I I don’t think Andor’s ratings will change drastically, the series has found its niche. However, it will be interesting to see if the release of the first two episodes of Andor on network tv will have an impact on the ratings for episode 12.

A very basic (and not very accurate) calculation tells us that – if all people only watched the current episode in its entirety – Andor episode 10 had roughly 8.4 million viewers in the US. Of course not all people watch the episode in its entirety and we also have to consider that Nielsen basically only counts people who watch a show on TV, they ignore PCs and most portable devices like phones. Disney+ has about 46 million subscribers in the US. Which means Andor reached about 18% of the subscriber base in the US. But again, take this with a grain of salt, since Nielsen only counts people who watch something on smart TVs. And a non trivial number of people will use their computers or other devices. The Nielsen numbers are more or less the low estimate, the actual figures will always be higher.

If we do the same very basic (and again, quite inaccurate) calculation for Obi-Wan Kenobi then the finale (episode 6) had 17.9 million viewers in the US. And The Book of Boba Fett finale had 15.2 million viewers. Assuming everyone only watched the current episode in its entirety. And while most people will watch the current episode, some also catch up and watch previous episodes, and others may only watch parts of it, all of this is added to the ratings in the streaming charts. So the viewer figures are a very, very rough estimate. Only the streaming services have the exact figures and they don’t disclose their numbers.

But it gives you a basic idea about the number of people who do watch the shows on TVs in the US.

Obi-Wan Kenobi (finale): 17.9 million people
The Book of Boba Fett (finale): 15.2 million people
Andor (episode 10): 8.4 million people

With that Andor is still the most popular original series on Disney+. However, it also has no competition. And She-Hulk had better numbers when it approached its season finale. Bluey is still the most watched series on Disney+ at the moment, just like last week, but it’s an acquired series.

The most popular movie on Disney+ was Black Panther, nothing recent by Disney made it into the charts this week. This is easily explained by the release of the sequel in theatres. Netflix dominates everything here, again. Most popular movie in the US was Enola Homes 2 (about the teenage sister of Sherlock Holmes who is also a detective), and the first Enola Homes movie also made it into the top 10, only a few million minutes behind Black Panther.

Let’s see what numbers the Andor finale will have!

The Nielsen Streaming Charts

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