Griselda Continues to Dominate Netflix’s English TV List, One Day Makes Strong Debut

Griselda Continues to Dominate Netflix’s English TV List, One Day Makes Strong Debut

In its third week, the limited series “Griselda,” featuring and executive produced by Sofía Vergara, maintains its stronghold on the English TV List, securing the #1 spot with an impressive 10.3 million views. Created by Eric Newman and directed by Andrés Baiz, the series captivates audiences with its compelling narrative.

A new entrant on the scene, “One Day,” a critically acclaimed limited series starring Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall, adapted from David Nicholls’ beloved romance novel, debuted in third place with 5.3 million views. The series has quickly gained international recognition, entering the Top 10 in 75 countries.

The English TV List also sees the return of favorites, including the docuseries “Alexander: The Making of a God” at #3 with 3.5 million views, Harlan Coben’s crime thriller “Fool Me Once” at #5 with 3.3 million views, and true crime docuseries “American Nightmare” at #6 with 3 million views. Season 2 of “Love on the Spectrum US” secures the tenth spot with 1.2 million views.

In the cinematic realm, “Despicable Me 3” takes the lead on the English Films List with a staggering 15.9 million views. DreamWorks Animation’s “Orion and the Dark” claims second place in its second week, accumulating 12.7 million views.

Notably, documentaries gain traction, with “Lover, Stalker, Killer” entering at #3 with 10 million views, and “The Greatest Night in Pop,” a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the iconic charity single “We Are the World,” landing at #8 with 5.1 million views.

Over in the realm of non-English films, the action-adventure “Badland Hunters” from Korea continues its reign for the third consecutive week, amassing 6.1 million views. Newcomers “Ashes” (Turkey) and “Bhakshak” (India) debut impressively at #2 and #5, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Spanish film “Society of the Snow,” an Oscar® nominee and Goya Awards winner, secures third place in its sixth week on the list, climbing to second place on the Most Popular Non-English Films List.

Switching gears to non-English TV, the crime thriller “Baby Bandito” from Chile claims the top spot with 3.3 million views. Joining the list are “A Killer Paradox” (Korea) at #2, “Raël: The Alien Prophet” (France) at #3, and the comedy “Alpha Males” (Spain) rounding off the list at tenth place.

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