In its fourth week, The Witcher Season 2, is definitely slowing down with “just” 57.34 million hours viewed, compared to the newer releases from the very end of the year, Stay Close (91.18 million hours in second week) and Cobra Kai Season 4 (107.81 million hours). It is rather complicated to compare weekly peaks because shows are released on different days of the week, but The Witcher definitely peaked higher than Cobra Kai, but not necessarily higher than the first season of Henry Cavill’s show as we can observe in the All-Time chart, where you can compare the most-viewed shows in the first 28 days after release.
The Witcher Season 1 got 541.01 million hours after 28 days. Season 2 clocked only 23 days in the open so far and it has 462.5 million hours. Not bad, actually it’s the tenth spot in the All-time chart, right below You Season 3 (467.8), Maid (469.1), or 13 Reasons Why Season 1 and 2 (475.6 and 496.1). The Witcher Season 2 had 57.34 million hours in the last week. If you calculate another slowdown in the next five days, it’s obvious that Season 2 won’t reach the first one, but it could jump over Maid or even the first season of 13 Reasons Why to seventh place in the chart. Do you want to help Geralt? Toss a coin to your Witcher and watch the second season again, if you dare.