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

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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).

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