November 2, 2022
In its second week of release, “From Scratch” topped Netflix’s weekly most-streamed content, including No. 1 on the English language TV List with 72 million hours viewed through Oct. 30. Starring Zoe Saldaña, the love story pulled in an audience score of and appeared in the top 10 in 84 countries. Ryan Murphy’s “The Watcher” generated 67.5 million hours viewed for No. 2 in its third week. “Dahmer — Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” saw almost 41 million hours viewed in its sixth week, to move up to No. 2 all-time among English-language TV shows with 856.2 million hours.
Based on true events, The Good Nurse debuted atop the English-language films list with 68.3 million hours viewed. Starring Academy Award winners and , the thriller was in the top 10 in 93 countries. The School for Good and Evil held onto the No. 2 spot with almost 42 million hours viewed. South African drama Wild Is the Wind had 8.89 million hours viewed. The Curse of Bridge Hollow had 8.2 million hours viewed. In its fourth week, The Luckiest Girl Alive had 8 million hours viewed. Adam Sandler’s classic frightener Hubie Halloween had almost 4 million hours viewed.
Among non-English language movies, German drama All Quiet on the Western Front was No. 1 with 31.5 million hours viewed. The film was in the top 10 in 90 countries and scored . Other charting movies included Spanish psychological thriller The Chalk Line (17.36 million hours viewed), Brazilian drama Beyond the Universe (12.4 million hours viewed), Polish horror Hellhole (10.5 million hours viewed), and Italian action-adventure Robbing Mussolini (4.6 million hours viewed).
Colombian TV drama “Til Money Do Us Part” was No. 1 on the non-English-language TV List for the second week in a row with 51.5 million hours viewed. New entrants on the list included reality series “Dubai Bling,” with 13.7 million hours viewed; Spanish romantic comedy “If Only” saw 9.1 million hours viewed; and Korean drama “Under the Queen’s Umbrella” realized 8 million hours viewed. German dramas “Barbarians I” and “Barbarians II,” Korean dramas “Little Women” and “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” Italian true-crime docuseries “Vatican Girl: The Disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi,” and German historical drama “The Empress” all charted during the week.