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“Old Dads,” Bill Burr’s directorial debut, continues to remain in the top spot on the Netflix Top 10. During the Oct. 23-29 viewing window, the film raked in an additional 16.3 million views — a slight jump from the opening weekend’s 13.3 million views — pushing the total tally to 29.6 million views in its first 10 days of availability.
Coming in second place on the English-language films list is “Pain Hustlers.” Starring Emily Blunt and Chris Evans, the film scored 14.1 million views in its debut weekend. Jennifer Lawrence’s “No Hard Feelings,” which arrived on the streamer on Oct. 22, followed just beneath it with 13.1 million views.
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The UK mystery, “Bodies” opened atop of the English TV List with 7.7 million views, dethroning “Fall of the House of Usher” in just its second full week of availability. The Edgar Allen Poe-inspired limited series originally debuted in second place on the English-Language TV chart during the Oct.9-15 viewing window as it conjured up 6.3 million total views in its first four days of availability. “Fall of the House of Usher” moved to fourth place on the list this week with 4.2 million total views.
“Get Gotti,” the true-crime docuseries based on the search for notorious mob boss John Gotti, landed in second place on the TV chart after its Oct. 24 release date with 7.3 million total views. “Life on Our Planet,” the natural history documentary series narrated by Morgan Freeman, cracked the chart at No. 3 with 5.5 million views. Another newcomer on this week’s chart is “Surviving Paradise” which ranked ninth among the competition with 1.3 million total views after arriving on the streamer on Oct. 20.
“Sex Education” Season 4 dropped to No. 8 in the rankings with 1.7 million total views, still an impressive show of staying power as the final season enters into into its sixth week among the Top 10.
Netflix’s original series “Big Mouth” moved to sixth place with 2.7 million views, falling just under the “Beckham” docuseries, which recorded 4 million views in its third full week of availability.
Elsewhere on the chart is “I Woke Up a Vampire” (2.4 million views) and “Cocomelon” Season 8 (1.3 million views).
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