Manifest tops Netflix top 10
June 14, 2023
Manifest Season 4, Part 2 flew to the top of Netflix’s English TV List with 78.15 million hours viewed, making it the most viewed title in the week commencing June 15th. Fans also revisited Season 1, which had 18.18 million hours viewed.
Never Have I Ever returned for its fourth and final season with 76.21 million hours viewed. Starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, the coming-of-age series had over 15 million views (76.2 million hours viewed divided by 4.9 runtime hours). Viewerss can’t get enough of Arnold Schwarzenegger as the action star holds two spots on the list with action series FUBAR pulling in an additional 42.28 million hours viewed and new docuseries Arnold drawing 24.51 million hours viewed. Since its premiere, FUBAR has amassed over 30 million views (219.3 million hours viewed divided by 7.13 runtime hours). The Ultimatum: Queer Love, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story and XO, Kitty all remained on the list.
On the English Films List, The Mother cemented itself in the #6 spot on the Most Popular list with 234.07 million hours viewed. The Harry Potter movies all featured in the Netflix Top 10 after recently becoming available on the platform on the UK.
Danish drama A Beautiful Life climbed the Non-English Films List and claimed the #1 spot with 17.42 million hours viewed. Additional returning titles include Spanish horror Tin & Tina, German drama Blood & Gold, Brazilian romantic comedy Rich in Love 2, Polish action-adventure Mother’s Day and Mexican drama Where the Tracks End. New to the list were rom-coms including Philippines Missed Connections and Turkey’s You Do You as well as Italian drama Mixed By Erry.
On the Non-English TV List, Colombia’s Fake Profile remained in the #1 spot with 64.73 million hours viewed. Korean dramas dominated the list with Bloodhounds entering the list in the #2 spot with 27.97 million hours viewed, along with Korean dramas The Good Bad Mother (26.06 million hours viewed) and Doctor Cha (25.32 million hours viewed). Japan’s The Days, Seasons 1 and 3 of Spanish drama Valeria and Portuguese drama Turn of the Tide all returned to the list.