“The Pale Blue Eye” has toppled “Glass Onion” for the top spot on Netflix’s Top 10 English-Language films list. Directed by Scott Cooper, the Christian Bale-led drama debuted on the chart with 39.86 million hours viewed and was in the Top 10 in 92 countries.
After joining Netflix’s Most Popular Films List at No. 9 with 209.4 million hours recorded, Rian Johnson’s murder mystery sequel raked in another 19.48 million hours viewed in its fourth week, moving it to the No. 4 spot on the Most Popular List with 273.20 million total hours viewed. It’s currently ranked No. 3 on the films list.
On the TV side, the peaches of Wellsbury continue to lead Netflix’s English-Language TV shows. Seasons 1 and 2 of “Ginny & Georgia” hold the top two spots on Netflix’s Top 10 chart for the week of Jan. 9-15. Following its Jan. 5 premiere, the Netflix drama was watched for 162.72 million hours in its second week bringing the total tally up to 343.19 million hours viewed. Created by Sarah Lampert, the series has jumped to the Top 10 in 88 countries. The freshman season sits just underneath at No. 2 with 63.2 million hours viewed.
The sophomore chapter of the popular series showed a strong debut with 180.47 million hours viewed in its first few days of availability on the streamer.
“Wednesday” remains in the third spot on the list for the second week with 57.82 million hours viewed. This is still a stable performance from the series, which has now remained the top half of the chart for eight weeks – six of which, were spent at No. 1.
Season 2 of “Vikings: Valhalla,” which premiered on Jan. 12, cracked the list at No. 4 with 55.35 million hours viewed in its first three days. The new installment picks up with Leif Eriksson’s crew after the epic defeat at Kattegat. After they suddenly became fugitives in Scandinavia, the trio is left to test themselves to adapt and evolve in unfamiliar territory. Season 1 also returned to the list at No. 6 with 25.5 million hours viewed.
“Emily in Paris” Season 3 is making its way to the bottom of the list. In its third week of availability, the comedy starring Lily Collins dropped to No. 7 on the chart with 25.04 million hours viewed – a significant fall from the prior week’s 47.78 million.
Also making its debut on the list is Season 11 of “The Walking Dead” with 17.94 million hours viewed after the chapter was added to the streamer on Jan. 6, which was more than a year after it was released on AMC in August.
Elsewhere on the chart was “Kaleidoscope” limited series (46.57 million), “New Amsterdam” (18.16 million) and “The Recruit” (13.43 million).
See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of Jan. 9-15 below, beginning with English-language series and followed by English-language movies, non-English-language TV shows and then non-English-language movies.