Nielsen has named The Office as 2020’s most watched TV show throughout all of the streaming platforms.
Data shared by the knowledge agency revealed that 57.13 billion minutes of The Office was streamed by Netflix customers in the U.S. in 2020, beating the likes of Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds, NCIS and Schitt’s Creek, which solely noticed between 23.79 billion and 39.41 billion minutes.
The NBC show’s 57.13 billion minutes additionally significantly outshined the numbers of Ozark, which was crownd essentially the most watched unique collection of 2020. The crime drama logged 30.46 billion minutes final yr, and is succeeded by Lucifer with 18.95 billion minutes, The Crown with 16.28 billion minutes and Tiger King with 15.61 billion models. Across each the unique collection and the acquired collection’ high 10, the one non-Netflix title is The Mandalorian from Disney+, which logged 14.52 billion minutes to land at No. 5 in the unique collection class.
The Office left Netflix on December 31, 2020 and is now obtainable to stream on NBC’s personal service, Peacock.
Take a take a look at the highest 10 titles in the unique collection and purchased collection classes under.
Ozark (Netflix) – 30.46 billion (minutes)
Lucifer (Netflix) – 18.95 billion
The Crown (Netflix) – 16.28 billion
Tiger King (Netflix) – 15.61 billion
The Mandalorian (Disney+) – 14.52 billion
The Umbrella Academy (Netflix) – 13.47 billion
The Great British Baking Show (Netflix) – 13.28 billion
Boss Baby: Back in Business (Netflix) – 12.63 billion
Longmire (Netflix) – 11.38 billion
You (Netflix) – 10.97 billion
The Office (Netflix) – 57.13 billion
Grey’s Anatomy (Netflix) – 39.41 billion
Criminal Minds (Netflix) – 35.41 billion
NCIS (Netflix) – 28.13 billion
Schitt’s Creek (Netflix) – 23.79 billion
Supernatural (Netflix) – 20.34 billion
Shameless (Netflix) – 18.22 billion
New Girl (Netflix) – 14.55 billion
The Blacklist (Netflix) – 14.48 billion
The Vampire Diaries (Netflix) – 14.09 billion
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