Friday, February 3, 2023

Top 10 week of January 16: Ginny and Georgia are the most watched titles this week

The titles that topped Netflix’s Top 10 lists this week are:

  • The second season of Ginny & Georgia topped the English-language TV charts for the third week in a row with 87.4 million hours watched. The series focuses on a mother and daughter and that addresses issues that concern viewers, has watched a total of 430.59 million hours, more than 430.59 million families have enjoyed the series (watched 430.59 million hours 9 hours divide by).
  • The heartwarming family film Lost Dog, based on a true story and starring Rob Lowe and Johnny Berchtold, clocked 20.91 million hours and topped the English-language film charts.
  • In its fourth week on the non-English TV chart, Mexican drama La Reina del Sur clocked 54.09 million hours for the top spot.
  • South Korean sci-fi thriller JUNG_E entered the foreign language film list at No. 1 with 19.3 million hours watched.

In addition to second seasons of Ginny and Georgia, the English-language TV lineup is filled with fan-favorite titles, including the first (25.37 million) and second (55.53 million) seasons of Vikings: Valhalla, as well as Merlina. (45.74 million), the first season of Ginny and Georgia (43.29 million), Kaleidoscope (22.99 million) and the third season of Emily in Paris (15.55 million hours watched). That ’90s Show debuted on the list with 41.08 million hours watched.

Academy Murders ranked second on the English-language film list with 12.69 million hours, while Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery ranked third, with Hatchet Backpacker by Roald Dahl and Matilda: The Musical ranked fourth and sixth. list, respectively.

India’s action-adventure film Mission Majnu entered the list of foreign language films with 8.94 million hours watched, joining RRR (Hindi), also from India, to consolidate in the top 10. In addition, the drama Troll, from Norway, My Name Is Venganza, from Italy, and the Mexican film Ruido; As is All Quiet on the Front, the German war drama, this year’s BAFTA nomination and Oscar nominee for Best Picture, as well as the Polish action thriller Curriculum vitae.

In the non-English TV list, new entrants include French drama The Fighters, Turkish drama Shahmaran and the fourth season of Israeli thriller Fouda. The dramas that fans saw the most were Glory and Alchemy of Souls Part 2 (Korea), Sky Rojo (Spain) and Alice in Borderlands (Japan). In addition, Austrian thriller La Dama de los Muertos and Spanish comedy Machos Alfa completed the list. More Interesting News

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