This week, Netflix’s global top ten series list includes all the usual—from new shows to tons of docuseries.
Taking the lead is the limited series All the Light We Cannot See. The rather unimaginative retelling of Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer-winning novel of the same name stars the likes of Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie, along with Aria Mia Loberti in her debut role.
The top show is immediately followed by three non-fiction series. Selling Sunset season seven secures the second spot, while the docuseries Escaping Twin Flames, exploring the cult of the Twin Flames Universe, lands in the third spot. The limited docuseries on English musician Robbie Williams takes the fourth spot.
Next, there are two animated shows, one for the kids and one for the grown-ups—Unicorn Academy and Blue Eye Samurai, the anime being praised for its beautifully crafted fight and erotic scenes.
The gripping true crime story Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom has landed in the seventh spot in its second week on the list. The nature documentary featuring Morgan Freeman’s narration, Life on Our Planet, is next on the chart.
Rounding off the top ten are the limited sci-fi crime Bodies, which unravels a mystery across different timelines, and Beckham, the hit docuseries on the life, love, and fame of David And Victoria Beckham.
The 10 most popular series on Netflix this week:
- All the Light We Cannot See: Limited Series
- Selling Sunset: Season 7
- Escaping Twin Flames: Season 1
- Robbie Williams: Limited Series
- Unicorn Academy: Chapter 1
- BLUE EYE SAMURAI: Season 1
- Till Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom: Limited Series
- Life on Our Planet: Season 1
- Bodies: Limited Series
- Beckham: Limited Series