Netflix Unveils Its Top 10 Most Popular Original Movies Of All Time
By Thanussha Priyah, 17 Jul 2020
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Netflix has been tightlipped about the successes of its original titles, but for the first time ever, the streaming site is revealing the most popular films it has produced so far.
The top 10 most popular original movies are ranked based on the total number of viewers within the first four weeks of their releases.
Without further ado, here are the top 10 original films from Netflix accordingly:
2. Bird Box
3. Spenser Confidential
4. 6 Underground
5. Murder Mystery
6. The Irishmen
7. Triple Frontier
8. The Wrong Missy
9. The Platform
10. The Perfect Date
The list was provided to Bloomberg, which noted similarities between the first four films. For one, they all included A-list celebrities, such as Chris Hemsworth, Sandra Bullock, Mark Wahlberg, and Ryan Reynolds.
Netflix also unveiled some notes of its viewership via Twitter. “A Spike Lee joint never fails—27 million have joined Da 5 Bloods so far,” the network wrote.
Within the same thread, the platform’s Twitter account also pointed out that the Steve Carrell-starring Space Force has amassed around 40 million views.
Find out more insights from Netflix below.
A Spike Lee joint never fails — 27 million have joined Da 5 Bloods so far!— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) July 16, 2020
The Wrong Missy was very, very right for the 59 million who chose the latest Adam Sandler-produced film in its first 28 days— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) July 16, 2020
Boots on the moon is great, but Steve Carell is even better for the 40 million members who chose Space Force in its first month on Netflix— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) July 16, 2020
And last but not least, we have seen a significant increase in viewing across older titles featured in our Black Lives Matter Collection — including 13TH, American Son, and Dear White People.— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) July 16, 2020
Top 10 netflix original series rated by views. Who saw & enjoyed extraction? pic.twitter.com/FwhzIcnY5R— Titi 🖤 (@ohh_Titi) July 16, 2020
[via Fast Company, cover image via IMDb, IMDb and IMDb]
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