Nielsen Streaming Top 10: 'Loki' Viewership Increases 35% Following Season 2 Finale, Landing at #4

The Season 2 finale of "Loki" ranked fourth in Nielsen's weekly streaming rankings, with a 35% increase in viewership from the previous week.

The Marvel series was watched for 753 million minutes on Disney+ between November 6 and 12, including the first four days of availability of the conclusion.

This also elevates "Loki" to the top of the streaming original series chart for the week of November 6-12, despite being surpassed on the overall chart by three acquired titles.

With 918 million minutes viewed, the animated preschool series "Bluey" reclaimed the top spot after spending several months drifting around the top four titles, and "Grey's Anatomy" came in second with 897 million minutes watched. 

After a remarkable summer and early fall of No. 1 wins, "Suits" is continuing its steady collapse, with 826 million minutes seen this week."All the Light We Cannot See" ranked fifth in its first full week of Netflix availability,

with 744 million minutes watched, a little increase from 720 million minutes in the first four days of release last week.

"Friends" finished sixth due to an increase in viewing following the death of Matthew Perry, who played Chandler Bing. 

From November 6 to November 11, the sitcom was watched for 716 million minutes, compared to 860 million minutes the week before, which was the first full week after his death.

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