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The Office Was the Most Streamed Show of 2020

See the list of the most-watched original and acquired series here.
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We already know what The Mandalorian was the most pirated show of 2020, but that doesn't the same show was the most streamed show of the year too—not even close. According to Nielsen, the title of the most-watched show goes to The Office.

Netflix users streamed The Office for 57.13 billion minutes while Grey's Anatomy and Criminal Minds didn't trail far behind at 39.41 and 35.41 billion, respectively. When it comes to original series, however, the most-watched was Netflix's Ozark with 30.46 billion minutes followed by Lucifer and The Crown.

See the list of the most-watched original and acquired series below.

Original Series

Ozark (Netflix) - 30.46 billion
Lucifer (Netflix) - 18.95 billion
The Crown (Netflix) - 16.28 billion
Tiger King (Netflix) - 15.61 billion
The Mandalorian (Disney+) - 14.52 billion
The Umbrella Academy (Netflix) - 13.47 billion
The Great British Baking Show (Netflix) - 13.28 billion
Boss Baby: Back in Business (Netflix) - 12.63 billion
Longmire (Netflix) - 11.38 billion
You (Netflix) - 10.97 billion

Acquired Series

The Office (Netflix) - 57.13 billion
Grey's Anatomy (Netflix) - 39.41 billion
Criminal Minds (Netflix) - 35.41 billion
NCIS (Netflix) - 28.13 billion
Schitt’s Creek (Netflix) - 23.79 billion
Supernatural (Netflix) - 20.34 billion
Shameless (Netflix) - 18.22 billion
New Girl (Netflix) - 14.55 billion
The Blacklist (Netflix) - 14.48 billion
The Vampire Diaries (Netflix) - 14.09 billion

Still, The Mandalorian deserves some recognition for being the only not Netflix series on the list. Here's everything to know about what comes next for Baby Yoda and Mando.

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