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Avatar: The Last Airbender at Netflix #1; series renewed

March 6, 2024

Avatar: The Last Airbender claimed the #1 spot on Netflix’s English TV List for the second week in a row with 19.9 million views in the week commencing February 26th, reached the Top 10 in 92 countries and at #1 in 76. Netflix has already confirmed that Avatar: The Last Airbender will return to the platform for at least two more seasons.

It was a big week for sequels across Netflix’s film lists. Subscribers not only sent action thriller Code 8: Part II to the top of the English Films List with 20 million views, they also pushed its prequel Code 8 to the list in fourth place (7.8 million views). Not to be outdone, the final chapter of the romance trilogy Through My Window 3: Looking at You (Spain) took the top spot on the Non-English Films List (9.2 million views), with prequels Through My Window 2: Across the Sea claiming fourth place (2.5 million views) and the first instalment of Through My Window taking fifth place (2.3 million views). 

Season 3 of Wrong Side of the Tracks kept the sequel trend alive, climbing to #1 on the Non-English TV List (4 million views) and pulling Season 1 back onto the list at #5 (1.6 million views).

Tyler Perry’s Mea Culpa, the steamy thriller starring Kelly Rowland, took second place on the English Films List with 18.5 million views. Johan Renck’s drama Spaceman starring Adam Sandler and Carey Mulligan, debuted in third place with 8.8 million views. 

Romance continued to trend on the English TV List, with Season 6 of dating experiment Love is Blind claiming #2 (5.1 million views) and One Day, the limited series adapted from David Nicholls’ beloved novel, taking #3 (4.8 million views). Docuseries also had a moment, with true crime limited series American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders debuting at #4, Season 6 of Formula 1: Drive to Survive skidding into #5 (3.8 million views), and social media stalker limited series Can I Tell You a Secret following at #6 (2.7 million views).

Director J.A. Bayona’s Society of the Snow (Spain), which is up for two Oscars at the upcoming ceremony, proved its staying power yet again, taking seventh place on the Non-English Film List in its ninth consecutive week. 

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