The comedy series from Pop, swept the comedy categories at the Emmy Awards back in September, with all members of the main cast taking home wins in their respective areas. Despite appearing on Netflix back in 2017, the Dan Levy and Eugene Levy-created show continues to see a post-Emmys bump – raking in 75 million more minutes from the previous reported week.
Following Schitt’s Creek are The Office, The Blacklist and Grey’s Anatomy. The latter climbed up the rankings, overtaking Amazon’s The Boys. The superhero drama from Eric Kripke was the only non-Netflix title to crack the top ten, bringing in 655 million viewing minutes.
Also cracking the top 10 were Criminal Minds, NCIS and American Murder: Family Next Door. Netflix’s true crime doc premiered on September 30 and brought in 778 million minutes of viewing.
Directed by Jenny Popplewell, American Murder: Family Next Door tells the story fo the 2018 Watts family murders. On October 20, the documentary became the the streamer’s most watched documentary feature to date. Netflix revealed that the true crime doc is project to be watched by 52 million subscribers in its first 28 days.
The streaming giant’s Enola Holmes comes in at No. 10 with a total of 573 million viewing minutes for the week, a drastic drop from the previously reported 1.165 billion minutes.
Here is the full list, with total viewing minutes and the number of episodes in parentheses:
Schitt’s Creek (80) – 968 million
The Office (192) – 929 million
The Blacklist (152) – 852 million
Grey’s Anatomy (361) – 852 million
Ratched (8) – 791 million
American Murder: Family Next Door (1) – 778 million
The Boys (15) – 655 million
Criminal Minds (277) – 604 million
NCIS (353) – 584 million
Enola Holmes (1) – 573 million
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