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Bridgerton back at Netflix #1

June 19, 2024

Part 2 of Season 3 of Shonda Rhimes’ Bridgerton took #1 on Netflix’s English TV List in the week commencing June 10th with 28 million views. It was another triple crown week for the popular series, with Season 1 claiming #6 (2.7 million views) and Season 2 taking #9 (2.3 million views).

Elsewhere on the English TV List, the third and final season of the fantasy adventure series Sweet Tooth moved up the list ranking in second place (6 million views) and Season 2 of the reality dating competition series Perfect Match took third place (5.1 million views). The offbeat drama Eric claimed the fourth spot (4.9 million views). Feel-good series Geek Girl came in fifth place (3.8 million views). Docuseries took two spots on the list this week including Hitler and the Nazis: Evil On Trial in seventh (2.7 million views) and Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult in eighth (2.4 million views).

Hit Man, the critically acclaimed indie comedy from Richard Linklater, which he co-wrote with star Glen Powell, held onto the top spot on the English Film List this week clocking 13.7 million views in the select countries it was released. Documentaries took two spots on the list: Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors debuted in fourth place (5.2 million views), and How to Rob a Bank (4.2 million views) stole the ninth spot. The fan favourite animated film Ultraman: Rising debuted in eighth place with 4.4 million views, while the Jennifer Lopez action sci-fi thriller Atlas, a mainstay in the Top 10, landed in tenth place with 4 million views. 

The action thriller Under Paris (France) kept its jaws locked on the #1 spot on the Non-English Films List (28.7 million views), it also entered the Most Popular Non-English List at #5. Also on the Non-English Films List, the suspenseful drama Colors of Evil: Red (Poland) came in at #3 (4.7 million views), irreverent comedy The Price of Nonna’s Inheritance (Italy) held strong at #5 (3.3 million views), and anime Baki Hanma VS Kengan Ashura (Japan) claimed the #6 spot (3.2 million views).

Korean dramas dominated the Non-English TV List this week. Romantic drama Hierarchy held onto the top spot (6.3 million views), time-travel limited series The Atypical Family claimed third place (1.7 million views), dark comedy The 8 Show took sixth place (0.9 million views) and comedy Queen of Tears landed in eighth place (0.7 million views). Making their list debuts were the second season of the cycling docuseries Tour de France: Unchained (France) in fifth place (1.1 million views) and Joko Anwar’s Nightmare and Daydreams (Indonesia) in seventh place (0.8 million views).

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