‘You People’ Took The Top Spot on Netflix’s English Films List

‘You People’ Took The Top Spot on Netflix’s English Films List

Coming in at #1 on the Netflix Top 10 charts this week are:

  • Co-written by Kenya Barris and Jonah Hill, the star-studded modern rom-com You People debuted on the English Films List with 55.65M hours viewed and had audiences laughing while sparking conversations about family dynamics and clashing cultures.
  • Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia is holding on strong on the English TV List with 55.61M hours viewed. The series now has 486.2M total hours viewed and nearly 53M households who have seen the series (486.2M hours viewed divided by the run time of 9 hours).
  • Based on a true story, the Norwegian military drama Narvik had 37.98M hours viewed on the Non-English Films List.
  • Season 3 of the Mexican drama La Reina del Sur continued to captivate audiences, coming in with an additional 37.47M hours viewed on the Non-English TV List.

Following its nine Academy Award nominations, including for Best Picture, All Quiet on the Western Front saw a 190+% increase in viewing over the prior week. With a “Certified Fresh” score of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes, the German war drama had 8.17M hours viewed and was in the top 10 in 33 countries.

South Korean sci-fi thriller JUNG_E, Indian action-adventure Mission Majnu, Norway’s Troll and Italy’s My Name is Vendetta all remained on the list. Italian comedy The Price of Family debuted on the list with 6.34M hours viewed.

Whodunit Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, family film Dog Gone, thriller A Pale Blue Eye, and inspirational tale Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical all returned to the English Films List. Debuting on the list was love story Devotion with 5.9M hours viewed.

On the English TV side, fans continued to flock to member favorites. Wednesday landed in the #2 spot (35.86M hours viewed), Season 1 of Ginny & Georgia (31.14M hours viewed), That ‘90s Show (26.25M hours viewed), Season 2 of Vikings: Valhalla (25.12M hours viewed) and Kaleidoscope (12.11M hours viewed) all returned to the list.

New entrants on the list included supernatural adventure series Lockwood & Co. starring Ruby Stokes, Cameron Chapman, and Ali-Hadji Heshmati with 25.12M hours viewed, the glitz and glamour crew of Bling Empire: New York with 14.28M hours viewed, and Season 2 of reality baking series Bake Squad starring Christina Tosi with 13.04M hours viewed.

Turkish fantasy drama series Shahmaran was #2 this week and reached the Top 10 in over 50 countries. Korea’s The Glory and Alchemy of Souls (Part 2) kept fans entertained. Meanwhile, new titles include the Spanish mystery The Snow Girl, Season 2 of the Japanese anime Record of Ragnarok, Brazilian drama The Endless Night, and Korean competition reality Physical 100.

‘The Crown’ and ‘Falling For Christmas’ Tops Netflix’s English Films List

‘The Crown’ and ‘Falling For Christmas’ Tops Netflix’s English Films List

On the English TV List, The Crown continued its reign for another week coming in at #1 with 84.31M hours viewed, making it the most-watched title this week. Season 5 of the fictional drama, inspired by real-life events, appeared in the Top 10 in 86 countries.

Creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese of mystery-drama Dark are back with another historical thriller. In 1899, the multi-language German series debuted on the English TV List with 79.27M hours viewed. Fans couldn’t get enough of Manifest. The fourth and final season had 35.73M hours watched, while Season 1 did 25.94M hours. Fans bid an emotional farewell to the cast of Dead to Me. Starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini and created by Liz Feldman, the heartfelt comedy had 30.3M hours viewed. Season 2 of Warrior Nun had 27.74M hours viewed, with Season 1 jumping into the Top 10 List with 20.1M hours viewed. In Ancient Apocalypse, journalist Graham Hancock takes viewers on an archeological journey, pulling in 24.62M hours viewed. Rounding out the list is From Scratch (19.88M hours viewed) and Season 3 of Love Is Blind (19.31M hours viewed).

Just in time for the holidays, Wonder is Everywhere on Netflix with films for the entire family. In its second week, Falling For Christmas topped the English Films List with 37.85M hours viewed. Starring Lindsay Lohan and Chord Overstreet, the holiday rom-com was in the Top 10 in 93 countries. Jason Momoa, Marlow Barkley, and an adorable pig took fans on a magical adventure into a world of dreams with Slumberland. Directed by Francis Lawrence, the visually stunning family fantasy had 33.37M hours viewed and appeared in the Top 10 in 88 countries. Millie Bobby Brown continued her sleuthing on Enola Holmes 2 (21.42M hours viewed) and Enola Holmes (7.61M hours viewed). Love is in the air this holiday season. Christmas With You, starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Aimee Garcia, had 17.93M hours watched. The chilling drama The Wonder, starring Florence Pugh, had 26.18M hours viewed. Based on a true story, The Good Nurse had 8.8M hours watched. Directed by Christy Wegener, the documentary I Am Vanessa Guillen closed out the list with 7.5M hours viewed.

French action-adventure Lost Bullet 2 maintained its hold on the #1 spot of the Non-English Films List with 18.7M hours viewed. Lost Bullet was also on the list, with 6.87M hours watched. Other returning favorites included German drama All Quiet on the Western Front, which moved up the Most Popular List to the 3rd spot with 98.54M total hours viewed, Brazilian drama Beyond the Universe, Indian dark comedy Monica, O My Darling, Dutch feel-good holiday movie The Claus Family 2, Turkish drama Don’t Leave, Spanish psychological thriller The Chalk Line and Dutch action-adventure The Takeover. New to the list is the Brazilian documentary Racionais MC’s: From the Streets of São Paulo.

Colombian drama Til Money Do Us Part continued to sit atop the Non-English TV List with 39.96M hours viewed. Two Spanish titles were new entrants this week. Season 6 of the Spanish teen drama Elite had 36.87M hours watched, and the reality series Love Never Lies: Destination Sardinia had 5.42M hours viewed. Korean dramas Little Women, Extraordinary Attorney Woo, and Under the Queen’s Umbrella all returned to the list.

Netflix Top 10: ‘The Night Agent’ and ‘Murder Mystery 2’ Top English Lists; ‘Kill Boksoon’ #1 on Non-English Films-List

Netflix Top 10: ‘The Night Agent’ and ‘Murder Mystery 2’ Top English Lists; ‘Kill Boksoon’ #1 on Non-English Films-List

The Night Agent continued to keep fans on the edge of their seats in its second week as the most viewed title.

At #1 on the English TV List, the heart-pounding action-thriller has pulled in an astounding 385M hours viewed, becoming the #1 TV thriller based on two weeks of viewing.

The series now has more than 47M views (385M hours viewed divided by 8.2 runtime hours). Fans can buckle up for Season 2 as Peter Sutherland embarks on his next mission. 

Murder Mystery 2 debuted in the #1 spot on the English Films List with 64.42M hours viewed as fans traveled to the City of Love for death-defying stunts, car chases, and high-stakes action. Starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, this marks the second biggest opening weekend for a comedy film with more than 42M views (64.4M hours viewed divided by 1.5 runtime hours).

The film also appeared in the Top 10 in 91 countries. Murder Mystery also moved into the #2 spot with 24.69M hours viewed as fans revisited Nick and Audrey’s first adventure.

Also returning to the Netflix English Films List are Luther: The Fallen Sun with 12.7M hours viewed and The Magician’s Elephant with 6.33M hours viewed.

On the Non-English Films side, Korean action-adventure Kill Boksoon entered the list in the #1 spot with 19.61M hours viewed.

Hindi-language thriller Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga, Polish drama Johnny, Vietnamese action-adventure Furies, four-time Academy Award winner All Quiet on the Western Front, Italian romantic comedy Still Time, and French drama In His Shadow all returned to the list. 

The quest for true love continued as Season 4 of Love is Blind had 47.64M hours viewed. Want to know what happened with the couples — and singles — after the cameras stopped rolling? Fans can find out at Netflix’s first LIVE reunion special, Love Is Blind: The Live Reunion, streaming from Los Angeles on Sunday, April 16 at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT.

New titles on the English TV List include the South African thriller Unseen (24.32M hours viewed), docuseries Emergency: NYC (18.17M hours viewed), comedies Wellmania (14.46M hours viewed) and Rob Lowe’s Unstable (11.36M hours viewed).

Meanwhile, Season 4 of You, Season 3 of Outer Banks, and Wednesday (after 18 weeks) maintained their standing on the list.    

New to the Non-English TV List is K-drama Divorce Attorney Shin (7.54M hours viewed) and Japanese romance From Me To You (6.73M hours viewed).

Fan favorites returning to the list include Turkish thriller Who Were We Running From?, Korean drama The Glory (now #5 on the Most Popular List with 430.51M hours viewed to date), Spanish thriller Sky High: The Series, Season 2 of Spanish reality series I Am Georgina, Korean romantic comedy Crash Course in Romance, Seasons 2 of Brazilian fiction Invisible City and Spanish drama Wrong Side of the Tracks.

ONE PIECE Remains At #1 On Netflix’s English-Language TV Chart

ONE PIECE Remains At #1 On Netflix’s English-Language TV Chart

In its second week, ONE PIECE continued to surpass its competition and remained the top English TV show with 19.3 million views, making it the most-watched title of the week.

The live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s popular manga, which has sparked a TikTok trend celebrating the character Buggy, has now accumulated 37.8 million views in less than two weeks since its release. Virgin River made a strong return with Season 5, debuting at the second spot with 9 million views.

The thrilling UK series Who Is Erin Carter? kept viewers captivated, securing the third position with 7.1 million views. UK comedy series Top Boy made a comeback with its third season, entering the list at the fourth spot with 5.6 million views. New additions this week included the stand-up comedy special Shane Gillis: Beautiful Dogs at the sixth spot with 2.9 million views, the nature documentary series Predators at the seventh spot with the same view count, and the limited series Spy Ops at the tenth spot with 1.9 million views.

Completing the list were returning titles Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones at the fifth spot with 3.1 million views, Part 5 of Disenchantment at the eighth spot with 2.2 million views, and Painkiller at the ninth spot with 2 million views.

Adam Sandler’s family comedy “You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah” remained in first place on the English Films list for the second consecutive week, accumulating 8.8 million views. Within just three weeks of its release, the film has now reached a total of 52 million views. Other films making a return to the list were the romantic comedy “Choose Love” in second place with 7 million views, and “Heart of Stone” at number nine with 3.5 million views. This brings the total number of views for the Gal Gadot action film to 91.9 million in just five weeks since its release.

The Swedish thriller A Day and a Half gained the top spot on the Non-English Films list, accumulating 6.5 million views. The Spanish documentary Rosa Peral’s Tapes made its debut at #4 with 1.5 million views, while the Filipino romance drama What If premiered at #8 with 0.8 million views.

The list was completed by returning titles, including the heartwarming Mexican comedy The Great Seduction at #2 with 3.6 million views, the Dutch romantic comedy Happy Ending at #3 with 3.4 million views, the Indian romance Friday Night Plan at #5 with 1.3 million views, the Spanish horror film Killer Book Club at #6 with 0.9 million views, and the German dystopian thriller Paradise at #9 with 0.7 million views.

The German limited drama series Dear Child debuted at the top of the Non-English TV list with 10.2M views. Other new additions to the list were the Spanish thriller Burning Body at #2 (4.1M views), the Korean romance drama A Time Called You at #7 (1.4M views), the Thai comedy thriller 6ixtynin9 at #8 (1.4M views), and the Colombian drama Miss Adrenaline: A Tale of Twins at #10 (1.2M views). The Norwegian fantasy series Ragnarok had all three seasons return to the list for the second week in a row. Season 3 ranked at #3 (3.1M views), followed by Season 2 at #6 (1.5M views), and Season 1 at #9 (1.4M views). Other returning titles included the Korean romantic comedy Destined With You at #4 (2.4M views), and the K-drama Mask Girl at #5 (1.7M views).

‘ONE PIECE’ debuts at #1 on Netflix’s English-language TV chart

‘ONE PIECE’ debuts at #1 on Netflix’s English-language TV chart

ONE PIECE rocketed to the top of the English TV list, amassing an impressive 18.5 million views in just four days. The series debuted at number one in 46 countries and reached the Top 10 in 93.

The live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s sprawling tale, based on Japan’s highest-selling manga series in history, which has sold more than 500 million copies globally, currently has one of Netflix’s highest audiences scores ever.

Netflix expresses gratitude to the thousands of straw hats that gathered around the world for fan screenings and celebrations in ten countries.

The UK thriller Who Is Erin Carter? also had a strong second week, ranking second with 15.8 million views.

The docuseries Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones, debuted at third place with 5.7 million views, and Disenchantment Part 5 debuted at tenth place with 4.6 million views.

Returning titles rounded out the top ten, with Painkiller ranking fourth (3.4 million views), The Ultimatum: Marry Or Move On Season 2 ranking fifth (3.1 million views), Depp V. Heard ranking sixth (2.7 million views), Untold: Swamp Kings ranking seventh (1.9 million views), and Gabby’s Dollhouse Season 8 ranking ninth (1.5 million views).

With an impressive 21.9 million views in its second week, Adam Sandler’s family comedy You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah climbed to the top of the English Films List.

Returning titles included the animated film The Monkey King, starring Jimmy O. Yang and Bowen Yang, which came in second place (6.6 million views), and the spy action-thriller Heart of Stone, which came in third place (5.2 million views).

Choose Love, an interactive romantic comedy in which viewers make decisions for the main character Cami as she navigates her love life, debuted in fourth place with 6.5 million views.

All three seasons of the Norwegian fantasy series Ragnarok made the Non-English TV List, with Season 3 claiming the top spot (6.3M views), followed by Season 2 at #4 (2.7M views), and Season 1 at #5 (2.6M views).

With five titles, Korean titles dominated the list, with the K-drama Mask Girl ranking second with 3.5 million views, the romantic comedy Destined with You Season 1 ranking third (2.9 million views), the supernatural mystery Behind Your Touch ranking seventh (1.4 million views), and the romantic comedy King the Land ranking eighth (1.3 million views).

Japanese animes took sixth and tenth place, with Baki Hanma Season 2 receiving 2 million views and My Happy Marriage receiving 1.2 million views.

The Great Seduction, a heartwarming Mexican comedy, debuted at the top of the Non-English Films list with 5.4 million views.

The Swedish thriller A Day and a Half debuted in third place (4.4M views), the Dutch romantic comedy Happy Ending debuted in fifth place (2.3M views), and the Bollywood romance Friday Night Plan debuted in ninth place (.8M views).

The remainder of the list was comprised of returning favorites including the Spanish horror film Killer Book Club at #2 (5.3M views), the Polish romance Squared Love Everlasting at #4 (2.4M views), Brazilian true crime documentary A Life Too Short: The Isabella Nardoni Case at #6 (1.3M views) and the German dystopian thriller Paradise, which landed at #7 (1M views) in its sixth week on the list.