Thirty-minute comedies forge ahead as we enter December with Friends holding No. 1 placement for a second week. The ‘90s NBC series stays on top with 2.51% of binge sessions while current NBC comedy, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (No. 6) steadily climbs our report, and Netflix dramedy, Atypical, remains at the No. 5 position.
Meanwhile, supernatural series are stepping in! New Netflix series, V Wars, stakes its claim at No. 4 as fan-favorite devil, Lucifer, slides into our top 10 once again; landing at No. 10. Not to be outdone, network dramas press on as we near year’s end. Grey’s Anatomy (No. 3) rounds out the week’s top 3, and darker series, How to Get Away with Murder (No. 8) and Riverdale (No. 9), maintain their report residency.
DID YOU KNOW? Fans of Ian Somerhalder are celebrating his return to television! Not only did V Wars make our Binge Report, the series was the second most-anticipated new series for December, and the No. 1 series on this week’s “Shows on the Rise” report. And to top it off, Somerhalder is currently the No. 1 trending talent in TV Time.
Methodology: *The weekly Binge Report ranks shows with the most binge sessions. A binge session is when four or more episodes of a show are watched and tracked in our TV Time app within a given day.
Note: The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).
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