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TV Soundtracks With the Most Weeks at No. 1 on the Top Soundtracks Chart

Hazbin Hotel: Season One has been No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Soundtracks chart for 11 consecutive weeks – its entire run on that chart so far. It’s already one of the 10 longest-running soundtracks from a TV show in that chart’s nearly 33-year history.

Hazbin Hotel is unique among the longest-running No. 1 soundtracks for two reasons. It’s a soundtrack to a property that is aimed at older teens and adults, rather than one aimed at tweens, young teens or families. And the show streams on Amazon Prime Video. Of the 10 TV soundtracks with the longest runs at No. 1 on Top Soundtracks, eight were from projects that aired on The Disney Channel. (The leader on our list is from a show that aired on a legacy network, CBS. Can you guess what it is? I think you’ll agree that it’s a worthy leader for a list like this.)

Hazbin Hotel is an animated musical comedy series that was created by Vivienne “VivziePop” Medrano.  The pilot episode was released on YouTube on Oct. 28, 2019. The first season premiered on Amazon Prime Video on Jan. 18, with its first episode also released on YouTube that same day for a limited release. The series stars Stephanie Beatriz, Alex Brightman, Keith David and Kimiko Glenn. You may remember that Beatriz topped the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks in 2022 as a featured member of the Encanto cast with “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.”

Here’s a look at all TV soundtracks that have topped Billboard’s Top Soundtracks chart for nine or more weeks. They are listed in ascending order.

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