Top CTV Programs, by Co-Viewing Rate

Co-Viewing Rate refers to the number of episode views with more than one person in front of the screen.

Program Platform % Movement
The Mysterious Benedict Society (S1)

 Based on the children’s books by Trenton Lee Stewart, this series follows four kids on a mission to stop evil mind-control expert L.D. Curtain, played by Tony Hale.

Attention-Getter: Tony Hale also plays Mr. Benedict, Curtain’s long-lost twin brother and head of the Mysterious Benedict Society, which recruited the kids for their mission to save the world.

Turner & Hooch (S1)
73% -

This is essentially a reboot of the 1989 man’s-best-friend buddy film of the same name, but rather than simply reprise the role of Tom Hanks as U.S. marshal Scott Turner, Josh Peck plays his son, Scott Jr. The fastidious Junior winds up with a descendent of homely Hooch after Scott Sr. passes.

Attention-Getter: Dog slobber — and lots of it.

What If...? (S1)

Based on the Marvels Comics series of the same name, this six-episode debut season explores alternate plotlines to various properties in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Attention-Getter: Jeffrey Wright is, “the Watcher” who narrates each episode.

Ted Lasso (S2)

The titular character is a college football coach (played by Jason Sudeikis and his mustache) who’s hired to coach an English soccer team. Somehow he maintains a sunny demeanor against all odds. Sort of like the show itself, which became a surprise hit.

Attention-Getters: In its Season 2 review, The Hollywood Reporter notes, approvingly, that the show “ceases to be primarily a fish-out-of-water comedy” and is focusing more on developing other characters and plotlines, such as the “adorably unlikely” romance between grizzled midfielder Roy Kent (played by Brett Goldstein) and model Keeley Jones (played by Juno Temple).

Monsters At Work (S1)
71% -

An installment of the Monsters, Inc. franchise, this series shows the Monsters, Incorporated factory’s ongoing transition from scream power to laugh power. 

Attention-Getters: John Goodman and Billy Crystal reprise their film voice-over roles as “Sulley” Sullivan and Mike Wazowski.

Johnny Test (S1)

An 11-year-old boy’s imagination knows no bounds. 

Attention-Getters: Along with the title character, versatile-voiced James Arnold Taylor also stars as Hank Anchorman, The Beekeeper, Mr. Mittens, and Dark Vegan.

Schmigadoon! (S1)
70% -

 A couple of lost backpackers with a rocky love relationship stumble upon a town seemingly trapped in an old-school Broadway musical and … “Hey, let’s put on a show!” 

Attention-Getter: While Jordan Peele has established himself as a master of horror, his erstwhile comedy partner Keegan-Michael Key has gone in the opposite direction.

Sexy Beasts (S1)

 A Bachelor-style dating show that takes the “looks doesn’t matter” conceit literally by having the contestants wear elaborate (and mostly off-putting) masks. 

Attention-Getters: Comedian Rob Delaney narrates. NBC cultural critic Ani Bunbel says: “His commentary is the saving grace of most episodes, as he cringes along with us at home.”


Icarly (S1)

In its original incarnation, the series featured precocious kids acting like adults. Now, 10 years later, they’re adults who act like arrested adolescents. 

Attention-Getters: Miranda Cosgrove (Carly Shay), Jerry Trainor (Spencer), and Nathan Kress (Freddie) all reprise the roles they played on the original Nickelodeon series.

Bake Squad (S1)

This is less about bakers competing against each other and more about bakers trying to impress high-end clients with creative desserts. Think: Tanked with pastries.

Attention-Getter: After guesting on other shows, host Christina Tosi finally gets a starring role.