Netflix Top 10: ‘Firefly Lane’ Season 2 Rides Back to No. 3 as ‘The Diplomat’ Continues to Lead

The “Firefly Lane” girls rejoined this week’s rankings with the final half of Season 2’s release. During the April 24-30 viewing window, the series earned 43.49 million hours viewed with the addition of its final seven episodes and landed in third on the Netflix’s Top 10 English-language TV chart.

Meanwhile, “The Diplomat” continued to lead the list of titles with 66.46 million hours viewed. Since its premiere, the show has quickly raked in over 18 million views. Netflix calculates total views by dividing the total hours viewed (123.95 million hours viewed) by its total runtime (6.76 hours). With its quick success, the streamer speedily announced a Season 2 renewal just one week after its debut.

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Debuting on this week’s list is “Sweet Tooth” Season 2, which placed second among the English-Language TV titles with 48.34 million hours viewed. Season 1 also re-entered the list at No. 6 with 19.23 million hours viewed as viewers revisited or watched the show for the first time. Also joining for the first time is the seventh and final season of “Workin’ Moms,” which landed in seventh place after its April 26 release date with 18.19 million hours viewed.

“The Night Agent” and “Beef” remain on the list in the No. 4 and 5 spots, respectively. The political thriller managed 37.68 million hours viewed in its sixth week among Netflix’s Top 10. The series also scored a Season 2 renewal from Netflix.

“Love is Blind” Season 4 fell toward the bottom of the rankings after the release of its almost live reunion. In its sixth week of availability, the season came in at No. 9 with 12.08 million hours viewed. It lands just ahead of “Indian Matchmaking” Season 3 which cracked the chart this week at No. 10 with 11.41 million hours viewed.

Elsewhere on the chart is “Better Call Saul” Season 6 with 13.96 million hours viewed.

See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of April 24-30 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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