Not only is “Oppenheimer” Peacock’s most-streamed title of all time, it was also the #1 most-streamed title on ANY streaming service last week, though Apple TV+ still had two shows/movies in the top 10.

 Reelgood Streaming Charts monitor 20 Million viewing decisions each month across every streaming platform in the US. Feel free to use the attached graphics for a write-up.

True Detective” on MAX was next on the chart thanks to an all-new Season 4, taking No. 2 overall and No. 1 on the TV Top 10 chart. Season 4 premiered on January 14th with a Reelgood Popularity Score of 94.

One Day” shot up to No. 8 on the Top 10 Most-Watched Overall (Movies and Shows) after a strong debut the previous week as No. 7 on Top 10 TV Shows.

Tracker” saw a bump on Paramount +, taking fourth place with a Reelgood Popularity Score of 69, and was followed by “The Tourist” and “The Holdovers.” “The Holdovers” debuted last week as No. 1 on the Top 10 Most-Watched Overall (Movies and Shows).

Top 10 Most-Watched Last Week 

(Feb. 15-21)

  1. Oppenheimer (Peacock)
  2. True Detective (Max)
  3. Resident Alien (Peacock)
  4. Tracker (Paramount +)
  5. The Tourist (Netflix)
  6. The Holdovers (Peacock)
  7. Past Lives (Paramount + with Showtime)
  8. One Day (Netflix)
  9. Masters of the Air (Apple TV +)
  10. Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple TV +)

Top 10 Most-Watched TV Shows Last Week

(Feb. 15-21)

  1. True Detective (Max)
  2. Resident Alien (Peacock)
  3. Tracker (Paramount +)
  4. The Tourist (Netflix)
  5. One Day (Netflix)
  6. Masters of the Air (Apple TV +)
  7. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Prime Video)
  8. Halo (Fubo TV / Paramount +)
  9. Feud (Hulu)
  10. Young Sheldon (Max / Netflix)

Top 10 Most-Watched Movies Last Week

(Feb. 15-21)

  1. Oppenheimer (Peacock)
  2. The Holdovers (Peacock)
  3. Past Lives (Paramount + with Showtime)
  4. Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple TV +)
  5. Upgraded (Prime Video)
  6. Dune: Part One (Max / Netflix)
  7. Society of the Snow (Netflix)
  8. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (Paramount +)
  9. Bottoms (Prime Video / Fubo TV)
  10. Players (Netflix)

About Apple TV+

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Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today