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SHOWS ON THE RISE: Amazon Prime Video and Netflix Battle For No. 1

"Good Omens" leads this week's report -- but just by a hair! Amazon Prime Video

Brand new releases rose to the top as we entered June starting with Amazon Prime Video’s Good Omens. The fantasy series took the No. 1 position after its Season 1 drop -- barely inching out Netflix’s true crime drama, When They See Us (No. 2), which also released at month’s end. Historical dramas proceeded to trend up with the premiere of National Geographic’s, The Hot Zone, trailing close behind at No. 3. Meanwhile, as new shows made their summer debuts, other series such as Britain’s Got Talent (No. 4) and NBC’s Good Girls (No. 6) received a boost after their respective season finales. 

Additionally, Netflix continued to have a strong presence with Spanish original, High Seas aka Alta Mar, making its debut at No. 5 while recent series, What/If (No. 7), and She’s Gotta Have It (No. 10) maintained placement for a second week in a row, showing that they may have legs.

With this week’s return of several heavy-hitters such as Black Mirror, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies -- what will enter our report next Monday? Stay tuned on June 10th!

DID YOU KNOW? HBO Chernobyl (No. 9) is making critical and commercial waves, however, it’s also earned a “Shows on the Rise” record as the miniseries stayed in the top 10 for a record fourth week in a row!

*Methodology: Every week, millions of viewers around the world use TV Time to track their favorite series. “Shows on the Rise” is calculated by determining the week-over-week growth in episodes watched for a given program.

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