Last week’s streaming charts have witnessed quite the changes, but some were highly anticipated, according to JustWatch.
One of the biggest changes is Yellowstone, which succeeded in taking its place back in the first position after several weeks of dropping really low on the tops.
Top 10 TV shows in the United States last week (06/06– 06/12)
Other titles include the newest Marvel Comics creation, a miniseries called Ms. Marvel, starring Iman Vellani, Matt Lintz, and Yasmeen Fletcher. The TV show landed second place, followed by The Boys, Better Call Saul, and the new Star Wars hit series, Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Stranger Things didn’t succeed in climbing the tops and reached eighth place.
As for the Top 10 movies, we have Everything Everywhere All at Once, starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Michelle Yeoh, proudly taking the first place from Top Gun.
Top 10 Movies in the United States last week (06/06– 06/12)
Other titles include two movies from the Jurassic ‘verse, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdon, in the third place, and Jurassic World, in the fourth. The Northman landed in the fifth place, followed by Hustle, No Time to Die, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, another Jurassic Park in the ninth place, and The Lost City in tenth.