Netflix Top 10: ‘The Crown’ Sits Atop the Throne of the TV List; ‘Enola Holmes’ Takes #1 Spot in its Second Week

Netflix Top 10: ‘The Crown’ Sits Atop the Throne of the TV List

With its brilliant new cast — Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles, and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana — Season 5 of The Crown reigned supreme.

Created and written by Peter Morgan, the fictional drama, inspired by real events, debuted in the #1 spot on Netflix’s English TV List with 107.39M hours viewed, making it the most viewed title this week. Dive deep into the making of the show with The Crown: The Official Podcast and discover more with Beneath The Crown.

Fans buckled up and enjoyed Manifest. Season 4, Part 1 came in #2 and pulled in 74.78M hours viewed, landing in the Top 10 in 90 countries. Meanwhile, Season 1 and Season 2 had 41.99M hours viewed and 18.2M hours viewed, respectively.

Emotions were high on the finale of Love is Blind Season 3, where fans saw couples walk down the aisle and others walk out the door — even Lizzo couldn’t hold back the emotions. The reality dating series had 47.25M hours viewed. From Scratch continued to warm the hearts of viewers with 31.3M hours viewed.

Based on the comic book character, Season 2 of Warrior Nun returned with a vengeance. The suspenseful drama entered the list with 26.22M hours viewed. Crime thriller Inside Man had 24.97M hours viewed. Ryan Murphy’s The Watcher had 18.85M hours viewed. Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities closed out the list with 18.17M hours viewed.

Fans continued to embark on a brand-new mystery as Enola Holmes 2 held on to the #1 spot on the English Films List with 62.86M hours viewed. In less than two weeks, 58M+ households have seen the film (62M hours viewed divided by 2.2 hours). Enola Holmes also climbed up the list with 18.65M hours viewed.

Lindsay Lohan and Chord Overstreet are welcomed in the holiday spirit with Falling For Christmas. The holiday rom-com had 48.36M hours viewed. The gripping thriller The Good Nurse had 15.06M hours viewed. Fantasy drama The School for Good and Evil had 8.85M hours viewed.

In its fourth week, Colombian drama Til Money Do Us Part came in #1 with 46.6M hours viewed. Fans kept coming back for their favorites on the Non-English TV List. Korean dramas Little Women, Extraordinary Attorney Woo and Under the Queen’s Umbrella, Spanish rom-com If Only, reality series Dubai Bling, Café con Aroma de Mujer and Season 2 of Young Royals were mainstays on the list.

New entrants on the Non-English Films List include French action-adventure Lost Bullet 2 (24.28M hours viewed) coming in at #1, Dutch feel-good holiday movie The Claus Family 2 (5.71M hours viewed), Indian dark comedy Monica, O My Darling (4.45M Hours viewed), Turkish drama Don’t Leave (3.77M hours viewed).

Returning to the list was the German drama All Quiet on the Western Front (which also moved to the fifth spot on the Most Popular List), Brazilian drama Beyond the Universe, Dutch action-adventure The Takeover, Spanish psychological thriller The Chalk Line and Korean drama 20th Century Girl.