Second Season of ‘Ginny & Georgia’ Tops Netflix Weekly Streaming

The second season of mother-daughter comedy “Ginny & Georgia” bowed as the most-watched content on Netflix for the week ended Jan. 8, according to the streamer. Starring Brianne Howey and Antonia Gentry, the series ranked No. 1 on the English-language TV List with 180.5 million hours streamed across 84 countries. Season one of the show enjoyed a renaissance of viewers, finishing No. 5 with 44.4 million hours viewed.

The tally was enough to hold off heist drama “Kaleidoscope” with 112.3 million hours streamed across 90 countries. Separately, director Tim Burton’s “Wednesday,” which was renewed for a second season, generated more than 81 million hours, while perennial favorite “Emily in Paris” finished No. 4 with almost 48 million hours viewed.

Separately, Knives Out sequel Glass Onion continues to resonate with English-language movie streamers, who consumed 44.3 million hours viewed and elevated the Rian Johnson-directed movie to the No. 5 spot on the Most Popular List with almost 254 million hours streamed in the first 28 days of release.

New Christian Bale movie The Pale Blue Eye entered the list at No. 2 with 43 million hours streamed across 88 countries. Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical finished No. 4 with 17.5 million hours, and comedy White Noise, co-starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, ending the week at No. 5 with 14.3 million hours. 

On the non-English language movie list, Polish drama How I Became A Gangster debuted in the No. 1 spot with 10.5 million hours streamed, alongside new Colombian drama, The Kings of the World with almost four million hours viewed. Norwegian action-adventure Troll (3.6 million hours), Spanish mystery God’s Crooked Lines (3.45 million), Italian mystery 7 Women and a Murder (3 million) and German drama All Quiet on the Western Front (2.6 million hours) — now with BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations — all returned to the list.

Among non-English-language TV shows, Korean revenge drama “The Glory” finished No. 1 with 82.5 million hours, followed by “Alchemy of Souls” (Part 2) with 20.5 million hours, and dating competition series “Singles Inferno” with more than 18 million hours. Other returning ranked series included Japanese drama, “Alice In Borderland” with more than 19 million hours viewed), and seasons two (42 million hours) and three (79.3 million hours) of Mexican drama “La Reina del Sur.” First-time chart members included Australian thriller “Woman of the Dead,” Brazilian drama “Lady Voyeur” and Spanish comedy “Alpha Males.”

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