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Streaming Ratings: ‘The Gentlemen’ Has Solid Opening on Netflix


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Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen opened with a bang on Netflix.

The series, a spinoff of Ritchie’s 2019 film, delivered almost 1.21 billion minutes of viewing over its first four days (it premiered March 7), according to Nielsen’s streaming rankings for March 4-10. It ranked second among all streaming series for the week, behind Love Is Blind (1.5 billion minutes), which repeated as the top overall title.

Netflix also got a big first week for Millie Bobby Brown’s movie Damsel, which edged The Gentlemen for second place overall: Damsel had 1.209 billion minutes of viewing to 1.205 billion for The Gentlemen. Two other shows also topped the billion-minute mark — Bluey (1.1 billion on Disney+) and Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1.04 billion on Netflix and Peacock).

After a huge opening and a strong second week, Netflix’s live-action Avatar: The Last Airbender fell by about 51 percent to 950 million minutes, still good for sixth place overall and third among original series. The Nickelodeon animated series that inspired it also made the acquired series top 10 for a second straight week, drawing 571 million minutes of viewing on Netflix and Paramount+.

In the movie rankings, Poor Things (318 million minutes on Hulu) made its first appearance in the top 10 in the week leading up to its four Oscar wins.

Nielsen’s streaming ratings cover viewing on TV sets only and don’t include minutes watched on computers or mobile devices. The ratings only measure U.S. audiences, not those in other countries. The top streaming titles for March 4-10, 2024, are below.


1. Love is Blind (Netflix), 1.5 billion minutes viewed
2. Damsel (Netflix), 1.21 billion
3. The Gentlemen (Netflix), 1.21 billion
4. Bluey (Disney+), 1.1 billion
5. Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Netflix/Peacock), 1.04 billion
6. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2024) (Netflix), 950 million
7. The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping (Netflix), 901 million
8. NCIS (Netflix/Paramount+), 854 million
9. The Tourist (Netflix), 763 million
10. Grey’s Anatomy (Netflix/Hulu), 749 million

Original Series

1. Love Is Blind, 1.5 billion minutes
2. The Gentlemen, 1.21 billion
3. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2024), 950 million
4. The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping, 901 million
5. The Tourist, 763 million
6. Furies (2024) (Netflix), 524 million
7. Shogun (Hulu), 382 million
8. The Signal (2024) (Netflix), 336 million
9. The Traitors (Peacock), 328 million
10. American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders (Netflix), 327 million

Acquired Series

1. Bluey, 1.1 billion minutes
2. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 1.04 billion
3. NCIS, 854 million
4. Grey’s Anatomy, 749 million
5. Young Sheldon (Max/Netflix), 703 million
6. The Big Bang Theory (Max), 621 million
7. Monk (Netflix/Peacock/Prime Video), 600 million
8. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005) (Netflix/Paramount+), 571 million
9. Suits (Netflix/Peacock, 561 million)
10. Criminal Minds (Hulu/Paramount+), 489 million


1. Damsel, 1.21 billion minutes
2. Ricky Stanicky (Prime Video), 500 million
3. Wonka (Max), 482 million
4. Dune (2021) (Hulu/Max), 375 million
5. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (Max), 351 million
6. The Super Mario Bros. Movie (Netflix), 336 million
7. Spaceman (2024) (Netflix), 318 million
7 (tie). Poor Things (Hulu), 318 million
9. Moana (Disney+), 312 million
10. Turbo (Netflix), 252 million

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