There was no changing of the guard for Netflix‘s Top 10 this week.
21.11.2023 - 20:21 / deadline.com
Audiences were eagerly awaiting the final season of The Crown.
Part 1 of Season 6 debuted on November 16, quickly racking up 11.1M views in its first few days on Netflix. That was enough to boost it to No. 1 on the English-language TV charts for the week of November 13 to 19. According to Netflix, the new episodes were No. 1 in 44 countries and among the Top 10 in 85.
The final episodes are set to debut on December 14, meaning that The Crown is likely to appear in the Top 10 through the end of the year.
In second place last week was Matt Rife’s new stand-up special, Natural Selection. The special managed 7.4M views in its debut week. That was followed by All The Light We Cannot See, which was down from first place the week prior, with an additional 5.7M views. Netflix says the World War II limited series reached the Top 10 in 93 countries.
The TV list was rounded out with some unscripted content, including Escaping Twin Flames and Season 7 of Selling Sunset.
As for the film side of things, David Fincher’s The Killer stole first place for the second consecutive week with 22.3M views — by far the most-watched title this week. In just two weeks, the film has racked up about 50M views, putting it well on its way to Netflix’s most popular list. Extraction 2 is currently in tenth place with just over 134M views in its first 91 days.
Best.Christmas.Ever! also made its debut on the Top 10, coming in at No. 2 with 16.3M views.
Returning to the list were romantic thriller Locked In (UK) in fourth place (5.1M views), Paw Patrol: The Movie in eighth place (2.7M views) and Pain Hustlers, starring Emily Blunt and Chris Evans, in ninth place (2.6M views).
There was no changing of the guard for Netflix‘s Top 10 this week.
A dad-of-seven whose family are the last ones living in a now-derelict street has hit out at council chiefs who want to bulldoze his home. Demonique Wilson and his wife Thabo are locked in a bitter dispute with Salford town hall bosses over the value of his house which is set to be demolished to make way for a £250m regeneration project.
BBC radio presenter Andrew Peach has decided to hang up his headphones for good, as he says goodbye to the broadcaster following a successful 31 year career.The legendary radio voice first crossed paths with the BBC back in 1989, when he won a competition with the West Midlands station to travel to Germany and report on life in Cologne and Bonn.Then, two years later in 1991, he joined BBC Radio Oxford, before hopping over to BBC Radio Berkshire in 1992, where he presented the Saturday morning breakfast show. Since then, he's presented the Six O'Clock News on BBC Radio 4, Newshour and The Newsroom and has read news bulletins on BBC Radio 2, most notably for The Chris Evans Show.
The new Mean Girls movie is just one month away from hitting theaters and the cast just gathered for their first major event!
Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief China and Netherlands-based Fortissimo Films has picked up international sales rights to anticipated Chinese blockbuster movie “If You Are the One 3.” To be released on Dec. 30 in China, the picture is directed by Feng Xiaogang as the second sequel in his anti-romance comedy franchise, about a rich businessman and an air stewardess, which kicked off in 2008 and earned a follow-up in 2010.
Film Liaisons in California Statewide (FLICS) has announced winners for the 28th annual California on Location Awards (COLAs), presented Friday at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City.
auction hosted by Julien’s of Beverly Hills Dec. 14-17.Ford’s rope bridge machete from 1984’s “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” is expected to fetch at least $50,000, the auction house said.Chris Evans’ patriotic shield is poised to sell above the estimate of $50,000 to $70,000.Willis’ stunt MP5 machine gun from the 1988 blockbuster has a “modest” starting price of $7,000.
Emmerdale's beloved Matthew Wolfenden, known to many as David Metcalfe, might be taking a break from the soap world to spend quality time with his rumoured new love interest Heather Scott Martin.This comes after his split from former co-star and wife Charley Webb. Matthew, who has been a regular on Emmerdale since 2006, recently said goodbye to the show, leaving many fans heartbroken.
Deadline’s Read the Screenplay series spotlighting the year’s most talked-about scripts continues with Rustin, Netflix‘s biopic of civil rights icon Bayard Rustin. Colman Domingo stars in the film, which is directed by Tony winner George C. Wolfe and hit theaters and the streamer in November after its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival.
teaser for the conclusion was released on Friday and gave fans a glimpse of the royal family and their struggles as they enter the modern era. The final episodes will feature a plethora of historical events from the late 1990s and into the mid-2000s.The trailer showcases events such as a young Prince William (Ed McVey) as he enters college at St.
and frightening send-up of the horror genre with appealing young stars has stumbled klutz-like into mediocrity, cuteness and groan-worthy predictability. Some say campy.
Tim Allen and Tom Hanks could be returning as Buzz Lightear and Woody in “Toy Story 5.”On Tuesday night’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Allen, 70, revealed that he and Hanks, 67, are in talks to get back behind the mic.“Bob Iger, head of Disney, said it was on,” Allen said of a fifth film in the 28-year-old franchise. “He actually said it was going to happen.
While it has always seemed so far-fetched, there has been a long-running rumor that Christopher Nolan was in the running to be the next director of a James Bond film. While the filmmaker seems very happy making films outside of the franchise world, fans of Bond have been excited by the prospect of what he might do with the world’s most famous spy.
Alexander Payne, director of The Holdovers, said he gets pushback for the kinds of films that he makes but he plans to persevere and hopes there will be more space for “human” stories in theaters.
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Friends, was found dead in his hot tub at his Los Angeles home on October 28. He was 54 years old.
Spamalot opens on Broadway tonight, and it’s safe to say the Middle Ages haven’t been this funny since, well, the last time Spamlot opened on Broadway nearly 20 years ago. Perfectly cast and splendidly performed, with Josh Rhodes’ deceptively no-frills direction (and choreography) placing the irresistible goings-on front and center, the revival has lost none of the smart-dumb charm of either the original musical or its great source of inspiration – the beloved 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Cold Pursuit starring Liam Neeson has topped the film chart on Netflix UK.Directed by Hans Petter Moland, the 2019 action thriller follows snowplow driver Nels Coxman (Neeson) who sets out on a revenge mission against members of a drug cartel following the murder of his son.READ MORE: ‘The Killer’ review: not quite top-tier David Fincher but he still hits the targetThe film is a remake of the 2014 Norwegian film In Order Of Disappearance, also directed by Moland. Other cast members in Cold Pursuit include Tom Bateman, Tom Jackson, Emmy Rossum, John Doman and Laura Dern.Elsewhere in the film chart on Thursday (November 16), David Fincher’s The Killer dropped to second place following its release on Netflix last week (November 10).Focus, a crime comedy-drama starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, is third on the chart, followed by Bryan Singer’s 2013 film Jack And The Giant Slayer.
part one of the Netflix series’ sixth and final season. Viewers are particularly curious to see how the royal drama handles Princess Diana’s tragic death, which occurred in 1997 when she was 36.The end of the third episode portrays the Paris car crash in which the Princess of Wales lost her life alongside her Egyptian billionaire boyfriend, Dodi Fayed.Paul Burrell, who once served as the princess’ butler, slammed the portrayal, saying the show “has gone too far” in recreating the tragic accident.“It still feels macabre to show the vehicle in which she died,” the 65-year-old told the Mirror on Thursday.“I find the whole scene of Diana’s death portrayed in a fictional TV show to be grotesque,” he added.“William and Harry do not want to witness that again. It’s a nightmare which keeps revolving and coming back to haunt them.
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