Netflix Top 10: ‘Wednesday’ Makes All-Time Most Popular List

Just two weeks after its debut on Netflix, “Wednesday” is one of the streamer’s most popular series of all time.

With a total of 752.5 hours watched since its November 23 premiere, the series is the third most-watched English-language TV show in Netflix history. Netflix calculates this list based on the program’s performance during the first 28 days of availability, which means that “Wednesday” still has two more weeks to continue climbing the rankings.

For comparison, the No. 1 spot belongs to “Stranger Things” Season 4 with 1.35 billion hours watched in the first 28 days, and “Monster — Dahmer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” followed with 856.2 million. A closer look shows that “Wednesday” may be on track to surpass both.

Like “Wednesday,” “Stranger Things” Season 4 debuted as the third most popular show in its second week on Netflix — but with 621.8 million hours, which is 130.7 million fewer than “Wednesday” achieved in the same amount of time. And when “Monster” debuted on the most popular chart in its second week, it was in ninth place with 496.1 million, well behind “Wednesday” now.

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The show’s strong showing also marks a drop in the charts for Season 4 of “Ozark,” which is currently at No. 10 with 491.1 million hours watched in its first month.

The Tim Burton series starring Jenna Ortega has already hit a record high. Between November 21-27, the series passed “Stranger Things” Season 4 to achieve the most watched hours in a single week for an English-language series on Netflix with 341.2 million views. Between November 28th and December 4th, it reset that record again, racking up 411.3 million hours watched and taking the No. 1 spot in the Netflix Top 10 for the second week in a row.

And the audience is not the only indicator that measures the success of “Wednesday.” The Cramps’ song “Goo Goo Muck,” which was used in the series’ climactic dance sequence, saw a 9,500% increase in streams compared to the previous month. In addition, fans on TikTok created a viral trend setting the dance sequence to Lady Gaga’s “Bloody Mary”, which increased streams by 1,800%.

Although Netflix has yet to officially renew “Wednesday,” you can read actors Alfred Gough and Miles Millar’s ideas for future seasons. A variety of species The interview is here.

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For the third week in a row, “1899” has been ranked second in the English TV charts. The sci-fi series was watched for 44.6 million hours between November 28 and December 4 compared to 87.9 million the previous week.

Season 2 of “Firefly Lane” debuted at No. 3 with 29 million hours watched in its first three days on Netflix. And in fourth place is “The Crown” Season 5, which currently has 27.8 million hours in its fourth week on Netflix, down from 42.4 million the previous week.

The limited series “Crime: Texas Chainsaw Massacre” debuted at No. 5 with 23.9 million hours after its Nov. 29 premiere, marking a six-day run for Netflix. The third and final season of “Dead to Me” followed at No. 6 with 19.5 million hours in its third week, while “Manifest” Season 4 had its fifth week on the chart, landing at No. 7 with 15.5 million hours. Season 1 remains on the charts for the fifth week in a row, at No. 9 with 11.7 million hours. Season 4 was number one when episode 10 part 1 premiered, while previous seasons appeared regularly on time, so it’s expected that when the last 10 episodes are released (date 4 is yet to be announced), season 4 will be released. Climb up again.

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Rounding out the chart is South African drama “Blood & Water” season 3 debut at No. 8 with 12.7 million hours watched on the TK day, and the first edition of the children’s series “Little Angel” with 11.2 million hours. In its second week on Netflix.

Also featured in the Netflix Top 10 this week is “Troll.” The Norwegian film was the second most-watched film after “Wednesday,” landing at the top of the non-English language list with 75.9 million hours watched in just four days. “Troll” is already the 8th most watched non-English movie on Netflix.

See Netflix’s top 10 shows for the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 4 below, starting with English series and followed by non-English TV shows, English movies and then non-English movies.


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