Netflix released Part 2 of the show’s fourth and final season on April 29, meaning the series finale was only available for the final three days of the viewing window.

The now-concluded series followed the Byrdes, a money laundering and drug trafficking family led by businessman Marty (Variety cover star Jason Bateman).

“Ozark” became a hit immediately after its debut in 2017, and per Nielsen, this is the show’s 18th week with over a billion minutes viewed since the company began measuring streaming viewership.

During the April 25-May 1 viewing window, “Cocomelon” took the No. 2 spot with 767 million minutes watched. “Cocomelon” also took the No. 1 spot for acquired titles.

Next on the list was “Grace and Frankie,” the Netflix comedy that also debuted its final installment — the 12 episodes that made up Part 2 of Season 7 — on April 29.

Though “Moon Knight” on Disney+ did not make the Top 10 immediately after it debuted on March 30, it has steadily charted since then.

From April 25-May 1, with five of its six episodes available for streaming, the series was viewed for 681 million minutes and came in at No. 4.

See Nielsen’s Top 10 streaming rankings for the week of April 25-May 1 below, with overall streaming titles first, followed by original streaming series, acquired titles and then films.