‘All The Light We Cannot See’ in Nielsen’s Top 10 Streaming Titles
‘All The Light We Cannot See’ becomes the only original title in Nielsen’s Top 10 most-streamed November titles, boosted by Thanksgiving TV usage surge.
Last month, Nielsen, a global leader in audience measurement, data, and analytics, published its November 2023 TV usage report. The organization reported a 5.7% spike in total US TV usage, with broadcast gaining share thanks to popular football matches airing in late November.
Once again, streaming comprised the largest percentage of TV viewing at 36.1%. The last week of the month drove the bulk of the increase for streaming, as viewing jumped 10% during Thanksgiving week. This trend was boosted mostly by the acquisition of programming hits with hundreds of episodes.
« All The Light We Cannot See, » Netflix’s mini-series directed by Shawn Levy, stood out in the report.
In a period with less content due to Hollywood’s writers’ strike, the WWII drama, despite its four-episode format, garnered 2.14 billion minutes viewed. As mentioned by The Wrap, it was the only original title in Nielsen’s top 10 streaming list for November, ranking tenth, showcasing its enduring appeal in a competitive streaming landscape.
Our sincere congratulations to all the teams who worked on this superb adaptation of Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer-award-winning novel. Our teams at The Yard are extremely proud to have contributed to the VFX of this mini-series, which received numerous positive feedback from the audience, as commented LADBible.
And so far, it looks as though millions of [Netflix] users worldwide have been left both surprised and moved by the binge-worthy series, with many taking to social media after finishing it to gush over its excellence.