The Fall of the House of Usher has officially dethroned Beckham on Netflix’s English-language TV charts.
Mike Flanagan’s latest horror series took No. 1 just in time for Halloween with 7.9M views from October 16 to 22. That’s up nearly 2M from its debut week, which could signal growing interest in the series in the coming weeks.
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Beckham still scored second place among the Top 10, with 6.9M views — down by nearly 6M from the viewing for the limited docuseries the week prior. It is still an impressive showing for the series, considering it is only four episodes.
Season 7 of Big Mouth dropped on Netflix during this interview, drawing about 1.6M views. That put it at No. 7 among English-language series. The UK limited drama series Bodies was another new entrant to the list this week coming in at No. 3 with 5.5M views.
The rest of the English Top 10 was filled with returners like Love Is Blind Season 5, One Piece and Sex Education.
On the non-English language TV charts, Lupin is still reigning supreme. Part 3 of the crime heist series came in at No. 1 again with 7.7M views — making it the second most-watched piece of TV on the platform this week. Parts 2 and 3 were also on the list at No. 4 (3.2M views) and No. 5 (3M views), respectively.
The top title this week came from English-language film, as Bill Burr’s directorial debut Old Dads raked in 13.3M views. The Devil on Trial, the new documentary revisiting the only demonic possession ever to be taken to trial debuted in second place with 8M views.
Other films on the list included Reptile (No. 4, 7M views), Fair Play (No. 6, 3.8M views), and No Hard Feelings (No. 7, 3.8M views).
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