Korean drama “The Glory” sits atop Netflix’s global top 10 list of titles for the second week with the release of part 2. During the March 13-19 viewing window, the show earned 123.59 million hours viewed. “The Glory” has also moved up the Most Popular List into the No. 7 spot with the release of Part 2, totaling 380.38 million hours viewed in the first 28 days of each episode’s premiere.
The series follows a woman who sets out on an elaborate revenge plot to make her tormenters pay years after she survived horrific abuse in high school. “The Glory” first debuted with Season 1, Part 1 in December of last year. Part 2 was released on March 10.
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On the English TV side, “You” Season 4, Part 2 took the top spot with 64.06 million hours viewed — a quick drop in viewership figures following its March 9 release date. The latest installment originally cracked the chart at No. 1, totaling 75.8 million hours in its first four days of availability.
Also, Season 2 of “Shadow and Bone” opened on the English TV List at No. 2 with 50.4 million hours viewed and appeared in the Top 10 in 85 countries. Season 1 also reappeared on the chart as viewers revisited, pushing the season to 24.07 million hours viewed.
The limited series, “MH370: The Plane That Disappeared” follows just beneath the fantasy series with 28.98 million hours viewed. That’s a significant fall from the previous week’s recorded 59.88 million hours viewed following its March 8 debut. The docuseries explores the 2014 mysterious case of Flight MH370. Deemed one of the world’s greatest modern mysteries, a plane with 239 people aboard vanished from all radar.
Season 3 of “Outer Banks” remained in the fourth spot for the second week in a row, this time picking up 25.95 million hours viewed. After formerly holding the top slot following its Feb. 23 release, this marks a week-over-week drop. During the March 6-12 viewing window, the show recorded 44.58 million hours viewed. It held 99 million hours viewed in the prior week.
Unscripted newcomer series “Outlast” cracked the chart at No. 6 following its March 10 release date with 23.63 million hours viewed. Set in the extreme Alaskan wild, the show follows 16 survivalists as they compete for a chance to win a massive cash prize — but they must work together as a team in order to take home their winnings. Meanwhile, “Perfect Match,” another one of Netflix’s latest reality TV competitions, landed in the 10th spot with 11.54 million hours viewed.
Falling to seventh place is Season 2 of “Sex/Life.” The steamy drama earned 22.28 million viewing hours this week — less than half of last week’s recorded viewership number of 46.72 million hours viewed. Season 1 also remained on the list at No. 9 with 13.18 million hours viewed.
Not so surprisingly, “Wednesday” continues to stay atop the list of popular English titles for the 16th week. The show managed 14.99 million hours viewed during the viewing window, continuing to prove the series’ staying power.
“Luther: The Fallen Sun” stayed atop the English Films List with 69.54 million hours viewed. An epic continuation of the award-winning television saga reimagined for film, the thriller captivated fans and was in the Top 10 in 93 countries. Since debut, the film has had 62 million views.
See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of March 13-19 below, beginning with English-language series and followed by non-English-language TV shows, English-language movies and then non-English-language movies.
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