The Netflix TV Top 10 was shaken up last week due to a few new offerings.
All The Light We Cannot See debuted on November 2, debuting at No. 1 on the English-language TV charts.
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The World War II limited series based on Anthony Doerr’s novel tallied 9.8M viewing minutes and reached the Top 10 in 82 countries during the interval from October 30 to November 5. It took the top spot from Bodies (UK), which was nowhere to be found on the list this week.
In second place was Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom with 4.7M views. Bodies (UK), which was on top of the TV charts last week was relegated to third place during this window. Life on Our Planet, narrated by Morgan Freeman, landed in fourth place (down from third the week prior).
Elsewhere on the list, The Fall of the House of Usher lived to see another week with 2.8M views leading it to seventh place. True crime documentary Get Gotti nabbed sixth place with 3.2M views and limited docuseries Beckham scored ninth place with 2.7M views.
On the film side of things, Locked In (UK) came out on top with 17.8M views — making it by far the most-watched title on Netflix during this interval.
Pain Hustlers stayed in second place for another week with 15.2M views. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse bowed on the service on Halloween. Audiences seemed eager to watch, as the animated film managed 8.6M views and fourth place among films.
Other titles making their first appearance on the list this week included NYAD, starring Annette Bening and Jodie Foster, at No. 6 and the documentary about global superstar Sylvester Stalloner and his impressive career Sly at No. 7, both with 4.7M views.
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