Netflix Top 10: ‘The Crown’ Season 1 Hits No. 7 in Series Following Queen Elizabeth II’s Death

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The death of Queen Elizabeth II prompted the Claire Foy-led first season of “The Crown” to crack the Netflix Top 10 last week.

Per Netflix, “HRH Queen Elizabeth II was in the hearts and minds of viewers” as Season 1 of the streamer’s Royal Family drama was watched for 17.6 million hours between Sept. 5-11. That put it in the No. 7 spot for English-language TV series.

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Meanwhile, the fifth season of “Cobra Kai” easily took the No. 1 slot on that list with 106 million hours viewed in the first three days post-Friday launch. In second place was limited series “Devil in Ohio,” which had 70.8 million hours viewed, followed by the first season of “The Imperfects” with 24.1 million.

Rounding out the rest of the Top 10 list were “Dated and Related” Season 1 (19.8 million), “The Sandman” Season 1 (19.6 million), “Partner Track” (18.2 million), “The Crown” (17.6 million), “Stranger Things” Season 4 (16.6 million), limited series “Echoes” (14.3 million) and “Manifest” Season 1 (12.4 million).

On the foreign-language TV series side, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” Season 1 continued its reign in the No. 1 slot with 31.6 million hours viewed.

For English-language films, new movie “End of the Road” was in No. 1 with 30.2 million hours watched, while non-English language films were ruled by “No Limit” with 13.5 million.

See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of Sept. 5-11 below, beginning with English-language series and followed by non-English-language TV shows, English-language movies and then non-English-language movies.

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