Netflix Top 10: ‘Perfect Match’ Debuts at No. 2 on English TV List With Over 24 Million Hours Viewed
Netflix’s latest reality dating show, “Perfect Match” opened to a solid audience following its Feb. 14 release. The Kinetic Content-produced series, featuring figures from some of the streamer’s other popular shows like “Love Is Blind” and “Too Hot to Handle,” debuted at No. 2 on the English-language TV chart during the Feb. 13-19 viewing window.
Meanwhile, the streamer’s famous murder-mystery series starring Penn Badgley, “You” continued to reign in the top spot. In its second consecutive week among the list of popular titles, Season 4 of the series was viewed for 64.06 million hours – a significant drop in its first 11 days of availability from its opening numbers (92.07 million), but the figure brings the show’s overall tally to 156.1 million hours viewed.
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Fans also revisited the full series as Season 1 (22.4 million hours viewed), Season 2 (15.1 million hours viewed), and Season 3 (15.6 million hours viewed) all appeared on the English TV List in third, tenth, and ninth place, respectively.
Notably, former heavyweights like “Wednesday” and “Ginny & Georgia” dropped to fifth and sixth place on the chart with “Wednesday” just barely etching ahead with 20.2 million viewing hours. Season 2 of “Ginny & Georgia,” on the other hand, earned 18.5 million hours viewed in its seventh week on the Top 10 list.
Netflix newcomer “Red Rose” cracked the chart at No. 4 following its Feb. 15 release date. The series, which previously ran on BBC in August, managed 21.27 million hours viewed in its first five days on the streamer. Created by the Clarkson twins, the show follows a ragtag crew of teen who fight to survive a summer of terror after downloading an app that makes dangerous demands with deadly consequences.
“Full Swing,” another newcomer, joined the list of popular titles at No. 7. The documentary series, which premiered on Feb. 15, raked in 17.1 million hours viewed in its first five days on the streaming service. The show follows a diverse group of professional golfers on and off the course during a tough season of competition.
See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of Feb. 13-19 below, beginning with English-language series and followed by English-language movies, non-English-language TV shows and then non-English-language movies.
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