The devil is in the detail when it comes to ratings, and it’s fair to say that the producers of “Lucifer” will like these details.

The Tom Ellis show has rocketed its way to the top of Nielsen’s weekly top 10 shows on streaming list for the week of Aug. 17, removing “The Umbrella Academy” from top spot for the first time. Season 5 of “Lucifer” premiered that week, hence its hellishly strong performance.

In other interesting moves, the animated series “The Legend of Korra” jumped from eighth place last week to the second spot this time around. “The Umbrella Academy” slipped to third place, just holding off “The Office,” which leapfrogged “Shameless” into fourth. Jamie Foxx’s “Project Power” was once again the only feature on the list in seventh spot.

Nielsen’s ranking is based on the amount of minutes consumers who have access to platforms are streaming during the week. This weeks marks just the third time Nielsen has released such rankings. It should also be noted that streamers like Netflix and Amazon do not release their own internal streaming numbers and these are based on Nielsen estimates.

Nielsen is also now including Disney Plus and Hulu, in addition to Netflix and Amazon, in its measurements. So far, only series and films available on Netflix have made the list.

Here is this week’s top 10:

“Lucifer” (75 episodes) – 1,591 minutes (millions)

“The Legend of Korra” (52 episodes) – 1,248 minutes

“The Umbrella Academy” (20 episodes) – 1,088 minutes

“The Office” (192 episodes) – 928 minutes

“Shameless” (121 episodes) – 802 minutes

“Grey’s Anatomy” (361 episodes) – 768 minutes

“Project Power” (1 episodes) – 761 minutes

“Criminal Minds” (277 episodes) – 713 minutes

“NCIS” (353 episodes) – 533 minute

“Teenage Bounty Hunters” (10 episodes) – 422 minutes