June 28, 2022
The third season of “The Umbrella Academy” returned atop Netflix’s weekly chart with 124.53 million hours viewed on the English TV list the week ended June 26.
The apocalyptic drama was the most viewed Netflix title of the week and made the top 10 in 91 countries. “The Umbrella Academy” season one also entered the list with 27.23 million hours streamed as new viewers familiarized themselves with the series. “Stranger Things” season four came in second with 76.91 million hours viewed, while the first three seasons held steady on the list with 29.21 million hours viewed, 31.19 million hours viewed and 32.23 million hours viewed, respectively.
Streamers also followed the exploits of their favorite crime gang with the sixth and final season of “Peaky Blinders.” The series had 30.35 million hours viewed and appeared in the top 10 in 55 countries. New entrants on the list included suspenseful drama “You Don’t Know Me” (21.91 million hours viewed) and the Rowan Atkinson comedy “Man vs. Bee” (18.21 million hours viewed).
On the feature film front, the odd duo you didn’t know you needed appealed to streamers. Starring Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson, The Man from Toronto premiered atop the English Films List with 53.89 million hours viewed and made the top 10 in 92 countries. Spiderhead held steady in the second spot with 38.3 million hours viewed.
Based on the short story Escape From Spiderhead by George Saunders, the film appeared in the top 10 in 93 countries. Adam Sandler’s Hustle continued to put points up on the board. The inspirational basketball drama was No. 3 with 26.05 million hours viewed. Based on the novel by Jenna Evans Welch, Love & Gelato entered the list with 25.79 million hours viewed.
Taking viewers on a sweet journey through Italy, the film was in the top 10 in 88 countries. Chickenhare and the Hampster of Darkness brought families together as the film pulled in 10.96 million hours viewed. The South African film Collision was No. 7 on the list with 8.45 million hours viewed. The drama was in the top 10 in 47 countries. And Jennifer Lopez’s documentary Halftime, an intimate account of a pivotal moment in the superstar’s career, had 8.37 million hours viewed.
On the non-English TV side, “Money Heist: Korea — Joint Economic Area” debuted at No. 1 with 33.74 million hours viewed. The Korean remake of Spain’s “La Casa De Papel, ” filled with suspense, drama and $4 trillion at stake, made the top 10 in 51 countries. Indian crime drama “She” returned for season two with 9.49 million hours viewed. Based on the manga of the same name by Hirosshi Takashige, “Spriggan” had 9.12 million hours viewed in its first week. Returning favorites on the list included Spanish dramas “Intimacy” (16.56 million hours viewed) and “Our Blues” (9.25 million hours viewed), Mexican comedy “The War Next Door” season two (10.15 million hours viewed) and Brazilian dramedy “Maldivas” (8.46 million hours viewed).
Indian comedy Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 entered the non-English Films list at No. 1 with 12.29 million hours viewed. A new addition to the list includes Doom of Love with5.92 million hours viewed. Polish romantic comedy Heart Parade (9.1 million hours viewed), thriller The Wrath of God (8.45 million hours viewed) and Spanish action-adventure Centauro (6.51 million hours viewed) returned to the list.