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Leo, Squid Game: The Challenge hold onto Netflix #1 spots

December 6, 2023

The four top spots on Netflix’s Top 10s in the week commencing November 27th were all holdovers from the previous week.

Leo, the animated film from star, co-writer and producer Adam Sandler, held on to the top of the English Films List for the second week in a row with 23.6 million views, making it the most viewed title of the week once again.

Over on the English TV List, the wildly reality competition series Squid Game: The Challenge, also held onto the lead spot with 11.4 million views. Subscribers couldn’t get enough of the Squid Game universe and sent Season 1 of the popular TV series of all-time to #7 on the Non-English TV list with 1.5 million views.

The new body-swap comedy Family Switch, starring Jennifer Garner and Ed Helms, debuted on the English Films List at #2 with 22. million views. Holiday films continued their dominance with Best.Christmas.Ever! coming in at #3 (7 million views), Catering Christmas landing at #4 (4.6 million views), Dr Seuss’ The Grinch grabbing  #8 (3.4 million views) and The Christmas Chronicles capping off the list at #10 (3 million views) marking the Kurt Russell family film’s third straight year on the Global Top 10 charts. David Fincher’s The Killer spent its fourth week on the list at #7 (3.6 million views) while The Super Mario Bros Movie debuted at #9 (3.1 million views).

Viewers went under the knife with Season 1 of Bad Surgeon: Love Under the Knife which debuted on the English TV List at #2 with 7.4 million views. Others got Obliterated with the new action-packed, high-stakes comedy, which debuted at #3 with 7 million views. Part 1 of the sixth and final season of The Crown came in fourth place (3.9 million views) while Season 5 of Virgin River, which includes the final two holiday episodes of the season, landed in sixth place (2.7 million views). Shawn Levy’s limited series All The Light We Cannot See spent its fifth week on the list at #8 (2 million views).

The limited series A Nearly Normal Family (Sweden) once again claimed the top spot on the Non-English TV List with 10.5 million views. Romantic comedy My Demon (Korea) climbed its way to #2 (5.4 million views) while Season 2 of the horror series Sweet Home (Korea) debuted on the list at #4 (2.5 million views).

Over on the Non-English Films List, the romantic drama Last Call for Istanbul (Turkey) came in first place for the second week with 8.8 million views. Returning favourites rounded out the list with documentary Ilary Blasi: The One and Only (Italy) at #4 (2.5 million views), the drama Elena Knows (Argentina) at #6 (2.4 million views), action comedy All-Time High (France) at #7 (2 million views) and the action thriller Believer 2 (Korea) at #8 (1.8 million views). 

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