Jack Ryan Just Beats Wednesday In Latest Streaming Charts


Prime Video‘s Jack Ryan barely beats Netflix‘s Wednesday in the latest streaming charts, according to Nielsen. Netflix, however, keeps its top-dog status leading the pack with Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Jack Ryan and Wednesday take the second and third spots.

Notably, the rest of the list belongs to Netflix, save for the fifth spot occupied by Peacock’s Yellowstone. Based on these numbers, Netflix is still the streaming giant for the American audience.

Starring John Krasinski as the eponymous character of the series, the third season premiered on December 21st, 2022. That gave fans over three years of waiting for the latest season. Now they are anticipating the fourth, presumed to be the final, season of the series.

Jack Ryan Barely Defeats Wednesday In Nielsen Charts

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While the CIA and international politics and security would be highly different from Nevermore Academy and the town of Jericho, Ryan and Addams may just have something in common. Aside from an eye for conspiracy and putting two and two together, both series take top priority in streaming for audiences.

Obviously, their market and genre are different. However, the interest and intrigue they both have may just be at the right amounts to keep audiences interested and invested.

While the teenage Addams girl has just received the green light for a second season, the CIA Analyst already has three seasons to his belt with a fourth and possibly final season. The final season holds the key for a spinoff and a possible movie as well.

The good news for fans is that the fourth season won’t take three years to arrive. In fact, Krasinski himself gave indications that it could very well arrive within the year.

In an interview with The Wrap, John Krasinski reveals:

We already finished [Season 4], we actually shot three and four back to back. So that was the whole idea, knowing that the fans would go so long in between two and three, we decided to do three and four back to back so that they wouldn’t have to wait that long again.

Be that as it may, it will not be the last that the audience will know of the Ryanverse. The live-action series adaptation of Tom Clancy’s characters will continue in a future spin-off series and possibly a full-feature film.

The fourth season will bring Michael Pena as Ding Chavez forward for a more significant role. It will pave the way for his own spin-off series in the Ryanverse.

Jack Ryan Maintains Political And Social Perspectives In Fourth Season


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The series has been touching on politically and socially relevant issues and reflects these in its world. The critic’s Consensus for the series reads:

Leaning harder than ever on John Krasinski’s earthy charisma, Jack Ryan gets the job done with a third season that doesn’t reinvent the formula but executes it with the utmost efficiency.

It displays a 79% rating on the Tomatometer from 19 critic ratings and a 74% Audience Score from 496 user ratings. With the Nielsen numbers, it’s evident that the following for the franchise is very favourable.

The impression is that the fourth season will bring the series to a well-written close. One that will open doors to other continuing stories within its world.

Watch John Krasinski as Jack Ryan discovering, tracing and preventing a global catastrophe in season 3. Joining Krasinski are Wendell Pierce as James Greer and Michael Kelly as Officer Mike November. Together with Nina Hoss as Czech President Alena Kovac and Betty Gabriel as Station Chief Elizabeth Wright.

Three seasons of Jack Ryan stream on Amazon’s Prime Video.

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