French action-comedy “Wingwomen,” which premiered on Nov. 1, flew to the top of the Netflix Top 10 chart during the Oct. 30-Nov. 5 viewing window with 18.5 million views, making it the week’s most-viewed title and No. 1 on the Non-English Films list after five days of availability on the streamer. After also making its debut on Nov. 1, UK crime thriller, “Locked In,” followed closely behind as the second most-viewed title this week with 17.8 million views. Thus, taking down Bill Burr’s “Old Dads” for the top spot on the English Film chart.
The comedy moved to fifth place on the chart with 5 million views — a drop from the previous week’s recorded 16.3 million views. “Old Dads” originally opened to 13.3 million views.
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Meanwhile, on the English-Language TV chart, Shawn Levy’s “All the Light We Cannot See” cracked the chart following its Nov. 2 premiere date with 9.8 million views, pushing it to No. 1 on the list. Also making its debut on the chart this week is “Til Murder Do Us Part: Soering vs. Haysom,” which recorded 4.7 million total views after premiering on Nov. 1 and took the No. 2 spot on this week’s rankings.
“Bodies,” which previously placed first in the Oct. 23-29 viewing window, shifted to third place in this week’s rankings with 4.3 million views in its second full week of availability on the streamer — that pushes the title to 12 million views to date.
Coming just below that is “Life On Our Planet,” which also recorded 4.3 million views during the viewing window. However, Netflix calculates total views by dividing the hours viewed (29.5 million) by the total runtime (6.56 hours) pushing it underneath “Bodies” which had a runtime of 7.38 hours and 33.2 million hours viewed.
Unicorn Academy” ranked in fifth place on the chart after debuting on Nov. 2 with 3.3 million views, landing ahead of “Get Gotti” which dropped to sixth place on the chart in its second week among the list of popular titles.
“Selling Sunset” Season 7 also opened to solid numbers following its Nov. 3 premiere date. In its first three days of availability, the latest season of the reality realtors’ show snagged 2.8 million views making it No. 8 on the list. Also debuting on the unscripted side is “Mysteries of the Faith,” which opened at No. 10 on the chart with 2.3 million views.
Notably, “Fall of the House of Usher” and “Beckham” moved to the bottom of this week’s list in seventh (2.8 million) and ninth place (2.7 million), respectively.
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