Netflix top ten: "Wednesday" remains in first place

Tim Burton's (64) "Wednesday" is the most-watched title on Netflix for the fourth week in a row.

Netflix top ten: "Wednesday" remains in first place

Tim Burton's (64) "Wednesday" is the most-watched title on Netflix for the fourth week in a row. The documentary miniseries "Harry

"Wednesday" was viewed for 174 million hours between December 12 and 18 after being streamed for nearly a month. With a total of 1.2 billion viewing minutes since its debut, it is only just behind "Stranger Things" (since 2016) season four (1.35 billion) on Netflix's chart of the most popular English-language titles of all time, where it landed last week. after supplanting "Dahmer: Monsters: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer".

As Variety further explains, Netflix measures its popularity charts based on the hours watched in the first 28 days of a title's availability. This means that "Wednesday" has just three days before its list is complete and probably won't be able to overtake "Stranger Things".

After the last three episodes of "Harry

Third place in the English-language TV charts is "The Recruit", the CIA series starring Noah Centineo (26), which premiered on December 16. In the first three days of its availability, the series was watched for 52.3 million hours. The fourth season of the reality dating series Too Hot to Handle followed. In its first full week of availability, the season was watched for 37.8 million hours. "Sonic Prime," the animated series based on the "Sonic the Hedgehog" video games, debuted on December 15 and racked up 27.7 million viewing hours in its first four days of broadcast, ranking it at number five.

The second season of "Firefly Lane" ended up in sixth place, which is already the third week in the Netflix top ten with 26.6 million viewing hours. Also, the show's first season climbed back up the charts in its second week as fans watched it again, landing at number ten with 10.7 million hours viewed.

"1899" peaked at number seven in its fifth week with 17.9 million views, while "The Crown" season five peaked at number eight in its sixth week with 13.2 million views. In ninth place is the documentary series Don't Pick Up the Phone, which was watched 10.8 million hours in the first five days of its availability.

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