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Manifest” returns to Nielsen’s Streaming Top 10 chart during the Oct. 31-Nov. 6 viewing window at No. 1 following the Season 4 premiere on Netflix. Within the new installment’s first three days of availability, the series garnered 1.37 billion minutes viewed.

As previously reported, the series, which originally aired on NBC, was canceled in 2018 before it was saved by Netflix. After seasons 1-3 were added to Netflix during the summer of 2021, the streamer picked up the fantasy drama for a fourth and final season –– the first part of which premiered on Nov. 4.

According Nielsen’s measurements, three-quarters of the show’s audience was evenly split across the 18-34, 35-49 and 50-64 (25% in each) age groups. Additionally, two thirds of the audience was female.

Love is Blind” Season 3 jumped up in the rankings to second place following the release of three new episodes. The reality dating series raked in 1.2 billion minutes viewed. With the season finale release on Nov. 9, it’s expected the series finale will remain in the rankings for at least another week.

Netflix’s pick-up “Inside Man,” cracks the chart at No. 3 with 892 million minutes viewed. The drama starring Stanley Tucci as a killer-turned crime solving investigator opened on the streamer on Oct. 31 –– more than a month after the show aired on BBC One. Nielsen shares the show’s audience was made up of an older crowd, half of which was over 50.

“Cocomelon,” a regular staple on Nielsen’s streaming top 10 chart, came in at No. 4 on the overall list and No. 1 on the acquired titles list during the viewing window with 862 million viewership minutes. Viewing was driven by the most multicultural audience of any title on the lists, with almost two-thirds coming from Hispanic, Asian and African-American homes.

Netflix continues to dominate the overall top 10 chart in the fifth spot with “Enola Holmes 2” which earned 855 million minutes viewed in its first complete week of availability. Starring Millie Bobby Brown, the sequel film follows young detective Enola (Brown) as she takes on her first official case. To solve the mysterious case of a girl’s disappearance, she enlists the help of her friends and brother Sherlock (Henry Cavill).

Elsewhere on the chart was “Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities” (798 million), “From Scratch” (796 million), “NCIS” (758 million), “The Blacklist” (696 million) and “Gilmore Girls” (679 million).

It’s worth noting that “House of the Dragon” was absent from Nielsen’s top 10 charts this week following the show’s season finale. Thus, concluding the streaming battle between HBO and Amazon Prime Video’s “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.” Per Nielsen, from the time “House of the Dragon” released on August 21 until the end of this measurement interval on November 6, the two series combined for over 18 billion viewing minutes.

Amazon Prime Video’s “The Rings of Power” proved to be a little lacking in staying power, with the “Lord of the Rings” prequel series dropping off the overall chart one week after airing the eighth and final episode of its first season, a week during which it topped 1.1 billion minutes viewed.

See Nielsen’s newest Top 10 streaming rankings below, with overall streaming titles for Oct. 31-Nov. 6 first, followed by original streaming titles, acquired titles and then films.