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Top Six CTV Shows Dominate TVision’s Power Score Ranking

Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys” has once again secured the top spot in TVision’s Power Score rankings for connected TV shows in the week of June 17. The rankings revealed that the first six shows maintained their positions from the previous week, marking a unique occurrence in TVision’s ranking history.

Notably, the top five shows in the list represent five different streaming services, showcasing the diverse range of content captivating viewers. Following “The Boys” in the rankings are “Presumed Innocent” on Apple TV Plus, “Bridgerton” (Season 3) on Netflix, “The Acolyte” on Disney Plus, “The Mayor of Kingstown” (Season 3) on Paramount Plus, and “Evil” (Season 1) also on Paramount Plus.

Prime Video, Apple TV Plus, Netflix, and Paramount Plus each secured three spots in the Top 20, demonstrating the competitive landscape of streaming platforms in offering engaging and popular content to audiences.

TVision’s Power Score ranking methodology aims to provide a fair comparison of streaming shows based on various metrics. The calculation considers factors such as viewer attention duration, the program’s availability throughout the season, the show’s reach, and the platform’s overall reach across more than 1,000 apps.

By utilizing this combination of metrics, TVision aims to offer an unbiased evaluation of the quality of programming and its inherent appeal to viewers, irrespective of the platform’s scale or the release schedule of the program.

The consistent dominance of “The Boys” in the Power Score rankings highlights the show’s strong viewer engagement and popularity, reaffirming its position as a standout series in the streaming landscape. As streaming services continue to compete for viewers’ attention, these rankings provide valuable insights into the performance and appeal of various shows across different platforms.