Netflix: Korean drama The Glory tops with 124.46M hours views

Revenge never tasted so sweet. Part 2 of Korean drama The Glory had an astounding 124.46M hours viewed, making the series the most viewed title this week. It also entered the Non-English TV Most Popular List in the #9 spot. Other Korean titles on the weekly list included new docuseries In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal, Crash Course in Romance and film Unlocked.

In the week leading up to the Oscars, where it took home four Academy Awards including Best International Feature, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Music (Original Score), German film All Quiet on the Western Front was in the #4 spot on the weekly Non-English Films List.

Murder mysteries topped the English lists. Joe Goldberg continued to wreak havoc in London as You, Season 4, Part 2 entered the English TV List in the #1 spot with big twists, Easter eggs and the “Anti-Hero” moment you didn't know you needed. The season had 75.81M hours viewed this week and was in the Top 10 in 86 countries. On the English Films side, Idris Elba returned as detective John Luther in Luther: The Fallen Sun. The thriller, with a stellar cast including Cynthia Erivo, Andy Serkis and Dermot Crowley debuted at #1 with 65.92M hours viewed.

On the English TV List, audiences explored the unsolved tragedy in docuseries MH370: The Plane That Disappeared, which had 59.88M hours viewed and landed in the Top 10 in 86 countries. Fans continued to travel to Outer Banks as Season 3 pulled in an additional 44.58M hours viewed this week. Since its debut, this season has amassed more than 33M views (298.6M hours viewed divided by 8.9 runtime hours). Seasons 1 and 2 also remained on the list along with the second seasons of Sex/Life and Next in Fashion and Season 1 of Perfect Match. Chris Rock brought the laughs as Selective Outrage landed in the #8 spot with 17.79M hours viewed. 

For films, rom-com Faraway debuted on the English Films List at #2 with 21.81M hours viewed and after three weeks family horror We Have a Ghost held on strong in the #3 spot with 13.39M hours viewed. And for non-English films, fans returned to their favorites including Spanish rom-com Love at First Kiss, Turkish mystery 10 Days of a Good Man, Polish drama Tonight You’re Sleeping With Me, and Swedish military drama Black Crab.

On the Non-English TV List, Seasons 1 and 2 of Spanish thriller Wrong Side of the Tracks, Mexican thriller Triptych, Germany’s Too Hot To Handle and Mexican drama La Reina del Sur kept fans entertained. New to the list is Hindi-language thriller Rana Naidu


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