Netflix: ‘Don’t Look Up’ Second Most-Watched Original Movie Ever

Netflix’s dark comedy Don’t Look Up has quietly become the streamer’s No. 2 most-watched English-language movie ever, with more than 321 million hours streamed globally in the first 28 days. The film starring Jennifer Lawrence and Leonard DiCaprio now trails Netflix’s No. 1 movie, actioner Red Notice with 364 million hours.

Don’t Look Up continues to spearhead Netflix’s top 10 chart for the third straight week with 58.2 million hours across 94 countries for the period Jan. 3-9. The title bested newcomer Mother/Android with 29.7 million hours across 90 countries, followed by the second week showing of The Lost Daughter with 20.3 million hours across 42 countries.

Other top 10 charters included Back to the Outback with 12.4 million hours after five weeks, The Unforgivable with 11.3 million hours after five weeks, Red Notice with 11 million hours after nine weeks, Just Go With It with 10.35 million after two weeks, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island with 10.32 million hours after two weeks, Seal Team with 10 million, and The Longest Yard with 9.9 million, both after one week.

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Among Netflix’s top 10 most-streamed English-language TV shows were season four of “Cobra Kai” with 107.8 million hours after two weeks, “Stay Close” with 91.1 million hours after two weeks, season two of “The Witcher” with 57.3 million hours after four weeks, season two of “Emily in Paris” with 50.5 million hours after three weeks, season one of “Manifest” with 30.1 million hours after seven weeks, season one of “The Witcher” with 28.5 million hours after five weeks, season one of “Cobra Kai” with 23.8 million hours after two weeks, season six of “Queer Eye” with 23 million hours after two weeks, season three of “Cobra Kai” with 20.1 million hours after one week, and season two of “Cobra Kai” with 19.3 million hours after one week.

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