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Nielsen Streaming Top 10: ‘Suits’ Continues First Place Run for 14th Week As ‘Love is Blind’ Debuts at No. 3 With Season 5 Release

“Suits” continued its first place run on Nielsen’s Top 10 Streaming chart for the 14th week, raking in 1.4 billion minutes viewed during the Sept. 25-Oct. 1 viewing window after previously falling to second place during the Sept. 11-17 viewing window thanks to the debut of “Virgin River” Season 4.

Notably, “Virgin River” moved to No. 8 on the list during this week’s viewing window, raking in 709 million minutes viewed. Meanwhile, “Grey’s Anatomy” returned to the chart at No. 2 with 958 million minutes viewed on both the overall titles chart and the acquired titles list.

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“Love is Blind” jumped on the chart following the release of Season 5, which premiered on Netflix on Sept. 22. During the interval, episodes 5-7 were released boosting the reality dating competition to No. 3 with 943 million minutes viewed. Just below the series is Disney’s “Elemental,” which arrived on Disney+ on Sept. 13, earning 862 million minutes viewed in its second full week of availability.

Netflix’s “Reptile” ranked sixth place on the chart with 740 million minutes viewed after the film premiered on the streaming service on Sept. 7. “Sex Education,” another Netflix title followed just beneath it in seventh place with 734 million minutes viewed following the release of its fourth and final season.

Elsewhere on the chart is “Bluey” (794 million), “NCIS” (673 million) and “S.W.A.T.” (617 million).

See Nielsen’s list of overall streaming rankings for Sept. 25-Oct. 1 first, followed by original streaming titles, acquired titles and then films.

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