Netflix Top 10 Week of Sept. 11: ‘Love at First Sight’ Debuts at #1; ‘Dear Child’ and ‘ONE PIECE’ Lead TV

Netflix Top 10 Week of Sept. 11: ‘Love at First Sight’ Debuts at #1; ‘Dear Child’ and ‘ONE PIECE’ Lead TV

As fate would have it, Love at First Sight, the new romantic comedy starring Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy, charmed its way to the top of the English Films List in its debut week with 14.1M views. Adam Sandler’s heartwarming family comedy You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah kept its four-week-long run on the list with 4.3M views, taking its total views to date to 47.3M. 

Fans kept their favorites atop the English Series List as ONE PIECE, which was just renewed for a second season, held onto the top spot with 10M views. Virgin River Season 5 reclaimed #2 with 9.6M views, the UK thriller Who Is Erin Carter? stayed strong at #3 with 3.8M views and the UK comedy series Top Boy Season 3 remained at  #4 with 3.7M views. New entrants this week included the triumphant return of beloved series including Selling the OC Season 2, which debuted in the fifth spot (2.7M views), the Australian-set family drama Surviving Summer Season 2 in seventh (2.1M views), UK glam competition Glow Up: The Next Makeup Star Season 5 in eighth (2.1M views), and Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons Season 7 in ninth (2.1M views). Rising up to #6 was the limited series Spy Ops, while the nature documentary series Predators rounded out the list at #10 (1.7M views).

The must-watch, edge-of-your-seat German limited psycho-thriller series Dear Child, based on the best-selling novel of the same name (Liebes Kind in German) held onto the top spot on the Non-English TV List with 15.4M views, making it the most watched title this week. Spanish thriller Burning Body also held onto second place with 6.7M views. Europe continued to dominate the list with the Norwegian fantasy series Ragnarok Season 3 at #6 (1.8M views), followed by a string of strong debuts, including Norwegian crime drama Gangs of Oslo at #7 (1.6M views), French limited drama series Class Act at #8 (1.4M views) and Polish series Infamy at #9 (1.2M views). Mexican limited drama series Thursday’s Widows took #3 (3.5M views). Korea held two spots on the list — the romantic drama A Time Called You took the fourth spot with 3M views and the romantic comedy Destined With You claimed the fifth spot with 2M views. 

The Japanese family comedy Once Upon a Crime had a fairytale launch, debuting atop the Non-English Films List with 5.4M views. Pablo Larrain’s El Conde, the Chilean dark comedy which RogerEbert.com declared a “wickedly funny, blood-soaked portrait of a decaying tyrant” following its premiere at the Venice Film Festival debuted at #7 (1.3M views), and is the first Chilean horror to make the list. Danish period romance Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction took the second spot with 4M views, followed by Spanish documentary Rosa Peral’s Tapes at #3 (4M views), Polish hip-hop action-adventure Freestyle at #4 (1.8M views), Swedish thriller A Day and a Half at #5 (1.6M views), the heartwarming Mexican comedy The Great Seduction at #6 (1.3M views), and the Dutch romantic comedy Happy Ending in ninth place with 0.9M views.