Red Notice sets Netflix Top 10 record
March 2, 2022
By Nik Roseveare
As the first Madea film at Netflix, the family matriarch made a big comeback. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming debuted at #1 on the English list with 31.56 million hours viewed in the week beginning February 21st. The film also made the Top 10 in 33 countries.
In its fourth week, The Tinder Swindler continued to charm its way to the top as the film pulled in 17.67 million hours viewed. Texas Chainsaw Massacre slashes its way to the third spot with 17.44 million hours viewed. And after a record 13 weeks, Red Notice held its position in the Top 10 Films list with 4.97 million hours viewed.
On the non-English Film side, French thriller Restless entered the list with 19.81 million hours viewed. Starring Franck Gastambide, the adrenaline-packed film directed by Régis Blondeau was in the Top 10 in 74 countries. Meanwhile Spanish horror Don’t Kill Me made its way into the Top 10 in 51 countries with 12.09 million hours viewed.
For the third week in a row, Inventing Anna topped the English TV list with 130.8 million hours viewed, making it the most watched title for the second week in a row. Vikings: Valhalla took viewers on an epic historical journey. In its debut week, the series took the second spot with 80.56 million hours viewed. The season 2 finale of Love Is Blind was a roller coaster of emotions and viewers went along for the ride. And fans don’t have to say goodbye just yet, the Love Is Blind reunion episode will debut on March 4th. The series came in at #3 with 53.6 million hours viewed, making it onto the Top 10 in 53 countries.
Fans are flocking to Korean content. With 38.86M hours viewed, All of Us Are Dead remained atop the non-English TV list after five weeks. New entrants onto the list include Juvenile Justice with 17.41 million hours viewed, Twenty Five Twenty One with 11.85 million hours viewed, and Forecasting Love and Weather with 11.02 million hours viewed.