Paramount +: SEAL Team, Star Trek: Discovery and iCarly Top List of most viewed originals

Paramount + spotlights the success of its original roster nine months after CBS All Access’s name change.

The streamer announced that Star Trek: Discovery, which is currently airing its fourth season, is the most-watched original overall.

iCarly, a reboot of the Nickelodeon comedy of the same name, was the second most-watched original this year.

We had other breakdowns as well, with the SEAL team doing a solid performance.

Team SEAL, which has moved from CBS to the streaming service, is officially the # 1 drama series on the service.

It was followed by the CBS drama turned Paramount + Evil as a finalist.

This shows that moving shows from the linear broadcast network helps to entice people to turn to streaming.

A New Mission - SEAL Team Season 5 Episode 1

SEAL Team has four more episodes to air this season, but it’s a lock for renewal with this accolade.

The new drama Mayor of Kingstown “was the most viewed original series in its first 30 days and is the most viewed series on the service this quarter,” according to the press release.

A Quiet Place II, which hit the service just weeks after its theatrical release, was crowned the # 1 most viewed female-directed series or film.

The most-watched movie overall on the service, however, was Infinite.

Carly at Skybucks - iCarly Season 1 Episode 2

The film, starring Mark Wahlberg, was a huge success for the service as the first

As for the most frenetic series, that distinction goes to Spongebob Squarepants.

It’s good to see those distinctions, but it would also be nice to see more raw data.

Streaming services have come under scrutiny over the years for not releasing raw numbers.

Kovich Returns - Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 Episode 4

Netflix recently changed its metric to show the number of hours its content has been binged.

Paramount + has yet another heavy hitting streak on hand for the next few months, including the highly anticipated 1883 debut of Yellowstone spinoff.

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