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Rebel Moon sequel at Netflix #1

April 24, 2024

Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver debuted at #1 on Netflix’s English Films List with 21.4 million views, making it the most-watched title in the week commencing April 15th. The sci-fi epic reached the Top 10 in 92 countries and pulled its prequel, Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire, back onto the list at #5 (5.5 million views). Director Zack Snyder has now had three consecutive #1 films on Netflix: the Rebel Moon movies and Army of the Dead. Elsewhere, the live-action/animated crossover Woody the Woodpecker Goes to Camp swooped into the #2 spot with 18.8 million views, followed by the true crime documentary What Jennifer Did at #3 (16.3 million views). Millie Bobby Brown starrer Damsel took #9 (2.5 million views). The fantasy film has reached 126 million views in 44 days. 

Baby Reindeer, the limited series from creator and star Richard Gadd rose to the top of the English TV List, clocking 13.3 million views. List mainstays included 3 Body Problem, the epic drama series from David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, and Alexander Woo, which spent its fifth week on the list in third place (3.2 million views), and Guy Ritchie’s aristocratic gangster series The Gentlemen, which spent its seventh week on the list in sixth place (2.9 million views). Making their list debuts were the Cate Blanchett-narrated nature docuseries Our Living World in fourth place (3.2 million views), stand-up special Jimmy Carr: Natural Born Killer in eighth (2.3 million views), and Season 6 of reality competition series The Circle in ninth place (2 million views).

Romantic comedy Love, Divided (Spain) climbed to #1 on the Non-English Films List, racking up 11.9 million views. Inspirational drama Stolen (Sweden) stayed strong at #2 (7.2 million views), followed by romantic drama The Tearsmith (Italy) in the #3 spot (5.6 million views). Another romantic drama,  A Journey (Turkey), entered the list at #4 with 3.7 million views. 

Mystery drama Anthracite: Secrets of the Sect (France) ascended to the top spot on the Non-English TV List, notching 5.1 million views. Korean series claimed the third and fourth spots on the list: limited series Queen of Tears racked up 4.8 million views in its seventh week on the list, and sci-fi horror Parasyte: The Grey amassed 3.9 million views. 

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