'The Adam Project' Dominates Nielsen Streaming Chart in 'Turning Red'

'The Adam Project' Dominates Nielsen Streaming Chart in 'Turning Red' ...

According to Nielsen's latest streaming data, family friendly movies held a sway in all streaming content in mid-March.

Pixar and Disney's was watched a total of 1.67 billion minutes for the week of March 14-20, while Netflix's original film debuted on Nielsen, which was valued at 1.33 billion minutes.

Both Nielsen's overall streaming chart and the movie chart were led by Turning Red and The Adam Project.

Nielsen's streaming ratings include viewing on television sets only and don't include minutes watched on computers or mobile devices. These ratings only measure US audiences, not those in other countries, and currently only include Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video.

After deciding on Nielsen's movie chart for weeks, Walt Disney Animation's remained on the list.

Globally, The Adam Project, directed by Shawn Levy and starring Ryan Reynolds, now ranks fourth on Netflix's of the most widely streamed English-language movies of all time. (The streamer now publishes viewership numbers on a weekly basis.) Nielsen's top film chart for March 14-20 is below.

Films

1. Turning Red (Disney+): 1.67 billion minutes viewed 2. The Adam Project (Netflix), 1.33 billion 3. Encanto (Disney+), 827 million 4. A Walk Among Tombstones (Netflix), 420 million 5. Rescued by Ruby (Netflix), 306 million 6. Black Crab 2022 (Netflix), 271 million 7. Cheaper by the Dozen 2022 (Disney+), 242 million 8. Shrek (Netflix),

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