All The Light We Cannot See notched another week atop Netflix’s English-language TV charts, with viewership for the limited series continuing to climb.
The World War II story based on Anthony Doerr’s novel managed 10.1M views from November 6 to 12, up from the 9.8M it racked up in the week it debuted. This is quite a showing for All The Light, and it’s by far the most viewing for any series this week.
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But, as of now it still has a long way to go before it could reach the streamer’s most popular list. Queen Charlotte is currently at No. 10 on that list with just over 80M views in its first 91 days.
Selling Sunset Season 7 soared up the list to second place (from No. 8 last week). The latest installment of the reality series nearly doubled its weekly audience with 4.7M views.
New to the list was Blue Eye Samurai, Netflix’s latest animated series, with 2.9M views in its first full week on the platform. Escaping Twin Flames and Robbie Williams also made their first appearances on the English-language charts.
Beckham is also still holding onto a spot in the Top 10. Coming in tenth place, the limited docuseries managed 1.7M views in its sixth week on the list.
As for the film side of things, Locked In was relegated to second place this week as The Killer took the top spot with 27.9M views. Locked In still managed more than 13M views, which was down about 4M from the week before when it took No. 1.
Deep Fear was the only other film to make its debut on the Top 10, besides The Killer. The rest of the list was dominated by returners including F9, Pain Hustlers and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.
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