Everyone has been watching this week. Hmm, huh?

To get a sense of what everyone's watching, we've used data from streaming aggregation Reelgood, which gathers numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S. Each week, the most streamed TV shows and movies come down to a few factors, including sheer buzz, a big finale, smart marketing, star power, and word-of-mouth that leads people to finally watch it out of spite.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power and House of the Dragon are both on TV this week. People are done with reality

A lot of people are watching, but that doesn't mean it's good. Here are the 10 most streamed TV shows and movies of the week, as well as where to watch them.

1. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

A woman in golden armor rides a horse in golden accoutrements.

Cynthia Addai-Robinson as Queen Regent Míriel in the top watched series "The Rings of Power." Credit: Ben Rothstein / Prime Video

It was done by them. The Rings of Power is the most watched show on Amazon this week. The first two episodes of the show were watched by 25 million people around the world.

The series places people of color and women front and center and is the only one of its kind.

The Rings of Power is a rousing tale of perseverance in the face of evil, a sumptuous re-introduction to the world of J.R.L.D., and just great TV. You will feel like you never left when you return to Middle-earth.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is available to view on Prime Video.

2. Thor: Love and Thunder

A woman stands in a small bar wearing armor.

"Thor: Love and Thunder" has finally hit streaming. Credit: Jasin Boland./Marvel Studios

The god of thunder is back in the sequel to the movie. We left off with Asgard's less mischievous prince, who is casually winning his way through battles across space and still getting over his ex Dr. Jane Foster, who just so happened to beNatalie Portman. The God of War, Christian Bale, has a plan to destroy the world, and he needs the help of his friends to stop him.

The film was not satisfyingly fun and was loud and flashy.

You can watch the movie on Disney+.

3. House of the Dragon

Three men in armor with long braids, one holds a piece of paper.

Wil Johnson, Matt Smith, and Theo Nate tearing up "House of the Dragon." Credit: Ollie Upton / HBO

There is no denying the power of Game ofThrones, a franchise that has roared back into our lives with the release of House of theDragon. House of the Dragon follows House Targaryen at the peak of its power in the books. King Viserys does not have a male heir. You can bet on scheming and bloodshed with the line of succession. There are a lot of dragons. B.E. said to let fire and blood rule.

We don't think you should be worried about House of the Dragon after watching the last season of Game of Throne. Through and through, the new series is excellent, juggling unforgettable characters, high fantasy, and intense emotions with ease. You will be sucked in quicker than you can say "Dracarys"

House of the Dragon is now available on the internet. Sundays at 9p.m. There is an hour and a half later.

4. Cobra Kai

We don't know how it happened, but the show has more seasons than the one on TV. Daniel and Johnny have to join forces to stop the threat of Terry Silver as he attempts to expand his empire in the just-released fifth season of the show. Expect a lot of punches, stare-down, and flying kicks. Sam Haysom is the deputy UK editor.

There is a new tab that shows how to watch.

5. Pinocchio

A man smiles at a wooden puppet in his workshop.

Holy smokey-o. Credit: Disney

The latest Disney animated feature to get a live-action treatment was put on by Robert Zemeckis. The film asks the question: What makes a real boy?

You may not have asked for a live-action remake of Pinocchio, but now you have one, and it is still as weird and pretentious as the original.

The movie is on Disney+.

6. Devil in Ohio

Two women sit in a hospital ward.

A mysterious arrival. Credit: Ricardo Hubbs / Netflix

The mystery thriller, starring Emily Deschanel and Madeleine Arthur, became the most streamed show of the week. Her sudden arrival causes trouble for her own family.

Devil in Ohio is now available on the internet.

7. The Patient

A man sits in a high-backed chair in a home library.

Steve Carell takes on a highly different role in "The Patient." Credit: Hulu

Is Steve Carrell in a series about serial killers? Is that what? Steve Carell plays a therapist who is held captive by a patient, serial killer Sam Fortner, who wants a cure for his homicidal tendencies. As time runs out, Alan digs through his past as well.

The patient is streaming on the internet.

8. Elvis

A man in a black suit with a guitar stands talking to a man in a white suit wearing a fedora.

All shook up. Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

The sort-of-not-really-biopic "Elvis" was the most streamed film of the week. The film uses the King's experiences as a jumping off point to explore the darker aspects of the story.

We thought Elvis, who was known for his swinging hips and sex appeal, deserved better than Elvis.

You can watch Elvis on the internet.

9. Morbius

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A vampire attacks a man at night.

Jared Leto's MCU vampire fim. Credit: Sony Pictures

If you really, really, really want to watch it, streaming is the best way to do it. In Morbius, Leto plays Michael Morbius, a doctor trying to find a cure for a rare blood disease that his friend has. They became living vampire in a turn of events. Adria Arjona, Al Madrigal, and others are in the film.

This would-be thriller is toothless and tedious.

Morbius is now available on the internet.

10. Rick and Morty

An animated family of five stand out in the snow.

Aw geez. Credit: Adult Swim

People are watching the adventures of Rick and his grandson in the new season of Rick and Morty. You may have questions after the premiere of the show.

The first episode of Season 6 is a mind-blower.

There are new episodes of Rick and Morty on Adult Swim every Sunday at 11 pm. There is an adult swim show.

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