The top ten are dominated by “Queens.”

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story remained at the top of the English TV list in its second week, with 158.68 million hours viewed, and ranking in the top ten in 91 countries. With 307M total hours viewed, the series has quickly amassed more than 47M views (307M hours viewed divided by 6.49 runtime hours) since its May 4th debut.

The Bridgertonverse has been fully embraced by viewers, with Seasons 1 and 2 of Bridgerton re-entering the list with 23.88M and 17.25M hours viewed, respectively.

Jennifer Lopez’s high-intensity action thriller The Mother topped the English Films List as the #1 opening weekend for a Netflix film in 2023, with 83.71M hours viewed. The film, directed by Niki Caro, was number one in 84 countries with nearly 43 million views (83.71 million hours viewed divided by 1.96 runtime hours).

Season 2 of Firefly Lane (31.9M hours viewed) and Seasons 1 and 2 of Sweet Tooth (11.01M hours viewed and 27.61M hours viewed), The Night Agent (20.34M hours viewed), and The Diplomat (18.37M hours viewed) returned to the list, joining Queen Charlotte on the English TV side. Missing: Dead or Alive, with 23.95M hours viewed, and Queen Cleopatra, with 20.18M hours viewed, joined the list.

Black Knight, a post-apocalyptic action series, debuted at the top of the Non-English TV List with 31.22M hours watched.

Returning favorites dominated the list as well, including Korean dramas Doctor Cha and The Good Bad Mother, Turkish drama The Tailor, Colombian drama The Marked Heart seasons 1 and 2, Japanese drama Sanctuary, Season 2 of Spanish drama Welcome to Eden, and Danish thriller The Nurse.

With 19.46M hours viewed, political satire Que viva México! took the top spot on the Non-English Films List, followed by Norwegian drama Royalteen: Princess Margrethe with 6.08M hours viewed. The list was completed by Thai thriller Hunger, Mexican comedy Queens on the Run, German Academy Award winner All Quiet on the Western Front, and Korean action Kill Boksoon.