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‘Ginny & Georgia’ Dramedy Again Tops Netflix Weekly Streaming Through Jan. 22

Season two of “Ginny & Georgia” topped Netflix’s English-language TV and overall content list for the third week in a row with 87.4 million hours streamed across 88 countries. The mother-daughter series, co-starring Antonia Gentry and Brianna Howey, has generated 430.6 million total hours viewed after 21 days of release.

The series bested the second season of “Vikings: Valhalla,” with 55.5 million hours streamed in its second week, and perennial chart topper “Wednesday,” with another 45.7 million hours streamed across 90 countries.

“Wednesday,” starring Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams from “The Addams Family,” has now amassed almost 1.24 billion hours streamed after nine weeks of release.

Feel-good family movie Dog Gone, based on a true story and starring Rob Lowe, topped Netflix’s English-language film chart in its second week with almost 21 million hours viewed across 72 countries. The movie topped Christian Bale-starrer The Pale Blue Eye with 12.7 million hours viewed, and Oscar-nominated Glass Onion with 12 million hours.

In its fourth week on the non-English-language TV list, the third season of Mexican drama “La Reina del Sur” generated 54 million hours viewed for the No. 1 spot, ahead of France’s “Women at War: Limited Series” with 24.5 million hours, and South Korea’s “The Glory” with 24.2 million hours in its fourth week of release. 

Finally, South Korean sci-fi thriller JUNG_E entered the non-English language movie chart at No. 1 with 19.3 million hours viewed. That was good enough to hold off the debut of Mission Majnu with 8.9 million hours, Noise with 3.4 million hours, and Oscar-nominated All Quiet on the Western Front with 2.8 million hours in its ninth week of release. 

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