The Netflix top ten series list from last week is a mix of drama, animation, and comedy.
Topping the charts is Squid Game: The Challenge, the reality show based on the hit South Korean dystopian drama Squid Game.
Royalty takes centre stage at number two with The Crown season six part one, accumulating 29.3 million hours viewed over its three-hour and 19-minute runtime.
CoComelon Lane season one secures the third spot for families seeking wholesome entertainment. Followed by the World War II drama, the limited series All the Light We Cannot See. The series is based on Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer-winning novel and stars the likes of Hugh Laurie and Mark Ruffalo.
Young Sheldon season one has made a grand entrance on the top ten list in its debut week on Netflix US. It is currently at number six. It is followed by Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, the animated series that has hit just the right spot for existing fans of the Scott Pilgrim verse.
Taking the eighth position is First Wives Club season one, the reboot of the original starring Diane Keaton, Bette Midler, and Goldie Hawn.
The gripping reality series Escaping Twin Flames is still dominating the charts. And closing the top ten is Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man and The Pool. In this one-man special, comedian Mike Birbiglia dives headlong into topics of mortality, medical tests, nature’s pillows and his experiences with an overchlorinated YMCA pool!
The 10 most popular series on Netflix this week:
- Squid Game: The Challenge: Season 1
- The Crown: Season 6
- CoComelon Lane: Season 1
- All the Light We Cannot See: Limited Series
- Matt Rife: Natural Selection
- Young Sheldon: Season 1
- Scott Pilgrim Takes Off: Season 1
- First Wives Club: Season 1
- Escaping Twin Flames: Season 1
- Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man and The Pool