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Netflix Top 10 Week of Sept. 25: ‘Reptile’ and ‘Nowhere’ Debut at #1

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Reptile, the new crime thriller starring Benicio Del Toro, Justin Timberlake and Alicia Silverstone, scaled its way to the top of the English Films List in its first week with 17.7M views.

Australian rom-com Love Is in the Air also had a strong debut, landing at #2 (11.7M views), followed by Nigerian thriller The Black Book in third place (11.2M views).

Perfect-for-the-family action flick Spy Kids: Armageddon returned for the second week, coming in at #4 with 9M views and 15.7M views to date.

Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy’s rom-com Love At First Sight took the sixth spot in its third week on the list with 7.5M views, and 36.8M views to date.

Fans found the new Spanish dystopian survival thriller Nowhere atop the Non-English Films List with 23.8M views, making it the most-viewed title of the week.

Strong debuts dominated the remainder of the list with Polish romantic drama Forgotten Love claiming #2 (11.9M views), Brazilian action-adventure Overhaul taking third place (8.5M views), French crime drama Street Flow 2 coming in at #5 (4M views), Indonesian true crime documentary Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso ranking sixth (2.1M views) and Turkish dramedy Do Not Disturb claiming eighth place (1.4M views).

Returning to the list were the Indian thriller Jaane Jaan at #4 (6.4M views), Danish period romance Ehrengard: The Art of Seduction at #9 (1.3M views), and Japanese family comedy Once Upon a Crime at #10 (1.2M views).

Class was back in session at Moordale High this week, with the final season of beloved British coming-of-age series Sex Education leading the English TV List for the second week in a row with 13.4M views, while Season 1 took ninth place with 1.9M views.

British true crime doc Who Killed Jill Dando? claimed second place in its debut week with 5.5M views, otherworldly docuseries Encounters made first contact by landing in fifth (4.4M views), and new video game adaptation Castlevania: Nocturne took #8 (2.6M views).

The manga-inspired epic ONE PIECE marked its fifth week on the list, coming in at #6 with 3.8M views and 57.8M views to date.

Returning favorites rounded out the list, with Love Is Blind Season 5 at #3 (5.3M views), docuseries Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal Season 2 at #4 (4.5M views), and Virgin River Season 5 at #7 (3M views).

German limited psycho-thriller series Dear Child claimed the top spot on the Non-English TV List for the fourth week in a row with 5.3M views, bringing its total views to 41.3M to date.

Korea took an impressive five spots on the list, with drama Song of the Bandits taking second place (2.6M views), reality competition series The Devil’s Plan debuting at #3 (2.3M views), romantic comedy Destined with You coming in at #7 (1.5M views), romantic drama A Time Called You landing at #8 (1M views) and mystery series Behind Your Touch taking #9 (0.9M views).

Elsewhere, Spanish limited thriller series Burning Body claimed fourth place with 2.2M views, Season 2 of Japanese anime series Kengan Ashura nabbed the fifth spot (1.9M views), Mexican limited drama series Thursday’s Windows took #6 (1.8M views) and French limited drama series Class Act ranked tenth with 0.8M views.


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