Tales of fraud lead Netflix Top 10s
February 23, 2022
By Nik Roseveare
Imposter stories are proving popular on Netflix. On the TV side, Inventing Anna, Shonda Rhimes’ limited series, took the #1 spot for the second week in a row for the week commencing February 14th. With 195.97 million hours viewed, the Julia Garner led series was in the Top 10 in 94 countries. Meanwhile, The Tinder Swindler topped the film list for the third week in a row with 34.45 million hours viewed.
From dating disasters to chainsaw massacres, Texas Chainsaw Massacre – a modern sequel to one of horror’s most iconic and terrifying films – came in at #2 with 29.18 million hours viewed. And documentary Downfall: The Case Against Boeing debuted at #8 in its first week with 7.42 million hours viewed.
Elsewhere on the English TV list, Love is Blind Season 2 climbed to the number two slot with 58.96 million hours viewed. On the non-English TV list, the zombies are still clinging to power. For the fourth week, All of Us Are Dead held onto the lead spot with 62.13 million hours viewed. And the Korean series continues to reach audiences all around the world, appearing in the Top 10 in 89 countries.
Love Tactics, a Turkish romantic comedy, took #1 on the non-English film list with 16.86 milion hours viewed. The film resonated with audiences all over the world, appearing in the Top 10 in 50 countries.
Coming in second with 13.3 million hours viewed was Spanish romance film Through My Window, which has also now hit the Most Popular List – clinching the #3 spot with 81.25 million hours viewed since its premiere two weeks ago. Two more sequels have consequently been confirmed.