While the Netflix Top ten movies list for the week of September 26 to October 2, 2022, has led to several changes near the top, there is another clear winner for the streaming service this week. The Netflix top 10 website ranks all available features on its platform based on viewership, updating the top ten content weekly to reflect ongoing viewing trends. The official Netflix Top 10 includes Netflix original content from the company’s production studios and all licensed movies and TV shows available on the platform.
The Netflix Top Ten site, which first launched on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, also includes the aforementioned ranked viewership data dating back to June 28, 2021, when the feature was first introduced in the Netflix Smart TV interface. During a heavily publicized earnings report in October 2021, Netflix revealed that it would begin considering total hours watched rather than the two-minute metric previously used to determine its Top 10 position. The list can also be filtered by country and/or language to provide different regional and cultural results.
This week, half of last week’s Netflix Top 10 list was replaced by newcomers. That said, the Maya Hawke star comedy take revenge also spent its third week in the top ten movies. Meanwhile, the five newcomers to the list are Marilyn Monroe’s biopic blond, which took second place in the first week. Here are the rest of Netflix’s Top 10 Movies and TV Shows in English from September 26 to October 2, 2022.
Netflix’s 10 Best Movies (September 26 – October 2, 2022)
Here are the movies that make up the Netflix top 10 this week:
10. Elysium (5,170,000 hours viewed). Views: 2,872,222 – Elysium plays Matt Damon in the dystopian year 2153, where the poor live on a ruined Earth, while the rich live carefree on the titular luxury space station.
9. Father Stu (5,450,000 hours viewed). Views: 2,595,238 – In Father StuMark Wahlberg is a boxer turned priest – based on the true story of Stuart Long.
8. Heritage (6,420,000 hours viewed). Views: 3,378,947 – Heritage, Starring Simon Pegg and Lily Collins, it reveals the deepest and darkest secrets of the wealthy and recently deceased patriarch of a powerful political family.
7. looters (6,700,000 hours viewed). Views: 3,526,315 – One of Bruce Willis’ action movies, looters is about an FBI agent who discovers the pattern of a series of bank robberies.
6. Last seen alive (8,110,000 hours viewed). Views: 5,406.666 – Starring Gerard Butler, Last seen alive sees a man embroiled in a city’s criminal underworld in search of his soon-to-be ex-wife.
5. Minions and more part 1 (10,530,000 hours viewed). Views: 11,700,000 – A collection of Minions themed shorts from the Despicable Me universe.
4. A Jazzman’s Blues (15,670,000 watched hours). Views: 7,461,904 – Tyler Perry’s drama about forbidden love, family secrets and murder in the deep south.
3. Take revenge (15,920,000 hours viewed). Views: 7,960,000 – At a wealthy private high school, a new student gets caught up in an ex-popular girl’s revenge plan in take revenge.
2. blond (37,340,000 hours viewed). Views: 13,578,181 – blond is a biopic about 20th century actor, model, activist and cultural icon Marilyn Monroe.
1. Lou (46,190,000 hours viewed). Views: 24,310,526 – A loner – Lou – gets caught up in the kidnapping of her neighbor’s daughter during a violent thunderstorm.
Netflix’s 10 Best TV Shows (September 26 – October 2, 2022)
Be here NetflixTop 10 English Language TV Shows:
10. In the World’s Toughest Prisons: Season 6 (9,130,000 hours viewed).
9. Fate: The Winx Saga: Season 1 (9,560,000 hours viewed).
8. Stranger Things: Season 4 (10,340,000 hours viewed).
7. The Crown: Season 2 (11,480,000 hours viewed).
6. The Crown: Season 1 (12,090,000 hours viewed).
5. Heartbreak High: Season 1 (14,880,000 hours viewed).
4. Cobra Kai: Season 5 (20,820,000 hours viewed).
3. Fate: The Winx Saga: Season 2 (26,400,000 hours viewed).
2. Dynasty: Season 5 (44,610,000 hours viewed).
1. DAHMER: Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (299,840,000 hours viewed).
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