The second season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is a certified hit, with continued appearances on Nielsen’s top streaming chart.
Strange New Hit
The latest streaming charts from Nielsen again feature Star Trek: Strange New Worlds in the top 10 original streaming programs covering the last two weeks of July. This period included the release of three episodes of Strange New Worlds due to the surprise early release of the Lower Decks crossover (episode 207, “Those Old Scientists”) during San Diego Comic-Con. After dropping off the chart for a week, the show returned for the week of July 17-23 (which also included the release of episode 206 “Lost in Translation”). Strange New Worlds jumped back in at number 10 (with 324 million minutes viewed).
For the latest chart covering the week of July 24-30 (which included the release of episode 208 “Under the Cloak of War”) SNW moved up to 9th place on the chart with 395 million minutes viewed. The latest charts show Strange New Worlds it is not far behind the latest Marvel show Secret Invasion in terms of viewed minutes, even though that show streams on Disney+ which has significantly more subscribers.
All in all Strange New Worlds has ranked on Nielsen’s Top 10 original streaming shows chart for five out of the first seven weeks of its second season run. Strange New Worlds has now jumped ahead of the third season of Star Trek: Picard which ranked on this same chart 3 times during its 10-episode run. Since Nielsen started measuring Paramount+ data earlier this year, only the two Star Trek shows and the Yellowstone prequel 1923 have appeared on the original top 10 chart.
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