Disney+’s Loki ascended to the top of Nielsen’s U.S. ranking of streaming originals for the week of Nov. 6, amassing 753 million minutes viewed across 12 total episodes. Netflix’s All the Light We Cannot See dipped to a close second, with 744 million minutes viewed/four episodes.
The return of Loki to Disney+ didn’t cause quite as big a stir as the show’s debut. Season two of the Marvel series premiered Oct. 5, and it gathered 446 million minutes of viewing time over its first three days and change (it was released at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT Oct. 5 in the United States), according to Nielsen’s streaming rankings. That’s about 39% lower than the 731 million minutes of viewing for Loki’s series premiere week in June 2021.
Manifest‘s big run on Netflix continued in the week of June 28-July 4, as the canceled NBC series again topped the overall streaming rankings from Nielsen. Loki also rebounded in its fourth week, claiming the No. 1 spot among original streaming shows.