The latest “Top 10 Most Viewed” list from Yahoo News has “American Idol” and “American Hustel” both rising from their respective No. 3 spots, and “Top Five Most Viewing” lists of shows like “The Voice” and Netflix’s “The Crown” have both seen a decline.
“American Ninja Warrior” was also on the rise in its fourth week, but its numbers dropped from No. 2 to No. 7.
Related: ‘Top Five’ lists of popular TV shows on Yahoo News.
The numbers are notable because they’re based on a sample of shows airing on the Big 4 networks.
The Big 4 have their own streaming services, which means that each show is available for viewing on any device and doesn’t require an Internet connection.
However, as Yahoo News notes, these numbers do not necessarily mean that each of the Big 3 shows will be seen in every home.
“This is a snapshot of a sample,” Yahoo News said, “so there are outliers and some outliers may have dropped out of the sample.
For example, the shows with the highest viewership on the main network were not shown on the streaming services for any of the four shows.”
In this example, for example, “The Amazing Race” and NBC’s “Totally Biased” were on the same network as “The Office” and ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” but the numbers for both were down by more than 50 percent.
The shows on Hulu are also different.
Hulu is the biggest of the big streaming services and streams shows from the same programming.
While the Big4’s streaming service is growing, they’re still far from being the only streaming services.
“Top 5 Most Viewable TV Shows,” Yahoo reported, “had more than 3 million viewers for the week ending Aug. 23.”
The show with the most viewers on Hulu was “House of Cards,” which has 2.9 million total viewers and 7.5 million unique viewers.
The Big4 also has other ways to keep viewers on their favorite shows.
For instance, Yahoo noted that Netflix’s live-action show “Orange Is the New Black” is now available to stream on the service.
“We are now available for your viewing pleasure, as well as our own original programming,” Netflix said.
Netflix also recently rolled out an online service called “Vevo,” which gives subscribers access to a live-streaming service where they can watch shows and movies on demand.
The bottom line is that streaming services are still evolving in ways that affect their audiences.
The big streaming service numbers might not reflect this, but streaming services also have a lot of potential to expand their audiences by giving people access to shows they might not normally be able to see on the big TV networks.
“This isn’t a silver bullet, and this isn’t going to solve everything, but we’re seeing an increasing number of shows reaching more and more people,” Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said in a statement.
“The time to invest in more original content is now, as we begin to expand our live-to-digital service.
We are building the platform that will enable this transformation.”