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‘Ted Lasso’ Nabs Top Three on Top TV Songs Chart

Ted Lasso snags the top three spots on Billboard’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, for September 2021, paced by Martin Solveig & Dragonette’s “Hello.”

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 MRC Data during the corresponding period of September 2021.

“Hello” leads the list after appearing in the ninth episode of the Apple TV+ series’ second season. In September 2021, the song garnered 1.7 million U.S. on-demand streams and 5,000 downloads, according to MRC Data. Its renewed attention drove the song back onto multiple Billboard charts (where it originally appeared in 2010 and 2011, including a No. 46 peak on the Billboard Hot 100), led by a new peak of No. 2 on the Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales tally dated Oct. 2.

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The Ted Lasso songs ranking at Nos. 2 and 3 were heard in the second season’s eighth episode. Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know” comes in at No. 2 (4.2 million streams, 3,000 downloads), followed by Rex Orange County’s “Loving Is Easy,” featuring Benny Sings (4.7 million streams, 1,000 downloads). The former peaked at No. 50 on the Hot 100 in February 2005, while the latter was a solid Alternative Airplay hit at No. 27 (October 2018).

See the full top 10 below, featuring music from Rick and Morty, Sex Education and Lucifer.

Rank, Song, Artist, Show (Network)
1. “Hello,” Martin Solveig & Dragonette, Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
2. “Somewhere Only We Know,” Keane, Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
3. “Loving Is Easy (feat. Benny Sings),” Rex Orange County, Ted Lasso (Apple TV+)
4. “Borrowed Time,” Rick and Morty & Tennis, Rick and Morty (Cartoon Network)
5. “Joro,” Wizkid, Sex Education (Netflix)
6. “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels,” Todrick Hall, Sex Education (Netflix
7. “Fall,” Davido, Sex Education (Netflix)
8. “Found,” Jacob Banks, Lucifer (Netflix)
9. “The Passenger,” Iggy Pop, Lucifer (Netflix)
10. “Dirty Hands (Gone Mad),” Kendra Dantes, Lucifer (Netflix)