Lana Del Rey’s ‘Video Games’ Leads Top TV Songs Chart After ‘3 Body Problem’ Synch

Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games” ascends to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, crowning the March 2024 survey after a synch in the new Netflix series 3 Body Problem.

Rankings for the Top TV Songs chart are based on song and show data provided by Tunefind and ranked using a formula blending that data with sales and streaming information tracked by Luminate during the corresponding period of March 2024.

“Video Games” bows following the premiere of 3 Body Problem’s full first season on Netflix on March 21. The song is heard in the show’s sixth episode.

In March 2024, “Video Games” accumulated 8.2 million official on-demand U.S. streams and 1,000 downloads, according to Luminate. The song was Del Rey’s breakout track and her first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100, debuting and peaking at No. 91 in January 2012.

“Video Games” leads a trio of songs from 3 Body Problem onto Top TV Songs, giving the new series an admirable coronation on the first chart for which it’s eligible. Echo & the Bunnymen’s “The Killing Moon” follows at No. 4 (1.5 million streams), and The Rolling Stones’ “Moonlight Mile” also makes the tally at No. 8 (310,000 streams). “The Killing Moon” is from the series premiere, while “Moonlight Mile” can be heard in episode two.

The top non-3 Body Problem song, meanwhile, belongs to Resident Alien, following its usage of Harry Chapin’s “Cat’s in the Cradle.” The track bows at No. 2 thanks to 4.2 million streams and 1,000 downloads.

Resident Alien, a Syfy series that premiered its third season in February, boasted “Cat’s in the Cradle” in the seventh episode of the season, which premiered March 27. It was a No. 1 hit for Chapin on the Hot 100 in 1974, his only ruler.

See the full chart, also featuring music from Young Royals, Invincible, Will Trent and The Gentlemen, below.

Rank, Song, Artist, Show (Network)

  1. “Video Games,” Lana Del Rey, 3 Body Problem (Netflix)
  2. “Cat’s in the Cradle,” Harry Chapin, Resident Alien (Syfy)
  3. “Arcade,” Duncan Laurence, Young Royals (Netflix)
  4. “The Killing Moon,” Echo & the Bunnymen, 3 Body Problem (Netflix)
  5. “Dream Team,” Aidan Knight, Invincible (Amazon Prime Video)
  6. “Breaking Point,” Leon Thomas, Will Trent (ABC)
  7. “Count Your Blessings,” Mattiel, The Gentlemen (Netflix)
  8. “Moonlight Mile,” The Rolling Stones, 3 Body Problem (Netflix)
  9. “Genesis,” Justice, The Gentlemen (Netflix)
  10. “Baby Drummer,” Bad Nerves, Invincible (Amazon Prime Video)

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