Netflix Top 10: Millie Bobby Brown Movie ‘Damsel’ Is Most-Watched Title of the Week, ‘The Gentlemen’ Remains No. 1 TV Series

For the second week in a row, the Millie Bobby Brown-led fantasy “Damsel” was Netflix’s most watched title of the week from March 11-17. In its first full week of availability, the film hit 50.8 million views. The second-most-watched title of the week was also a movie: “Irish Wish,” the Lindsay Lohan rom-com that debuted with 19.5 million views in its first three days of availability.

On the TV side, “The Gentlemen” remained the No. 1 title, reaching 20.1 million views in its first full week of availability after debuting with 12.2 million in its first three days of availability the week before, when it dethroned “Avatar: The Last Airbender” — which took second place again this week with 5.2 million views in its third full week of availability.

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Third, fourth and fifth place on the TV chart remained in the same order as the week before: Limited docuseries “The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping” with 3.3 million views, down from 7.1 million in its debut week, tied with “Hot Wheels Let’s Race” which was down from 4 million views, followed by Season 6 of “Love Is Blind.” The reality dating series reached 3.2 million views between March 11 and 17, during which its reunion episode was released. At No. 6 was another docuseries, “Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War,” which debuted with 2 million views in six days of availability.

Romantic drama “One Day” had its sixth week on the chart, this time with 1.9 million views. It was followed by two more debuts: Season 4 of glassblowing competition series “Blown Away” with 1.5 million views and comedy special “Steve Treviño: Simple Man” with 1.3 million.

Season 1 of “Resident Alien” had its fifth week on the chart after being added to Netflix, though the series is currently airing its third season on Syfy. It was watched for 1.2 million hours between March 11 and 17.

See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of March 11-17 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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