As we delve into the first week of February, let’s take a closer look at the ten most popular films thrilling audiences on Netflix worldwide.
Topping the charts is The Greatest Night in Pop, a riveting documentary that traces the making of the 1985 charity single ‘We Are the World’ for African famine relief. The documentary has over 19million hours viewed and has raced to the top ten in 68 countries.
Following closely behind is Sean Charmatz’s Orion and the Dark, a delightful animated feature that has captured the hearts of audiences with its whimsical storytelling. As young Orion confronts his fear of the dark, viewers are treated to a heartwarming tale of courage and friendship.
Meanwhile, the Kevin Hart heist action flick Lift holds steady in the top ten for the fourth consecutive week despite slipping a couple of spots. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, we have yet another thriller sabotaging the reputation of sharks. Deep Fear offers a pulse-pounding experience, securing the fourth spot with 10.8million hours viewed.
The Postcard Killings follows suit, blending mystery and suspense to unravel a series of chilling murders as it climbs up the top ten charts.
On a lighter note, Minions and The Super Mario Bros. Movie bring laughter and joy to audiences of all ages, with 6.1million and 5.3million hours viewed, respectively. The Super Mario Bros. Movie is on its ten-week winning streak on Netflix.
In The Vow, viewers are drawn into a comforting story of love and betrayal, accumulating 6.6 million hours viewed as secrets unravel and relationships are put to the test.
Rounding out the top ten are Fury at the ninth spot and The Hill, slipping down to a tenth rank after enjoying a couple of weeks in the top ten globally.
The 10 most popular films on Netflix this week:
- The Greatest Night in Pop
- Orion and the Dark
- Deep Fear
- The Postcard Killings
- The Vow
- The Super Mario Bros. Movie
- The Hill