Netflix: Season Five of ‘The Crown’ Dominated Weekly Streaming Through Nov. 13

The debut of season five of “The Crown” wooed subscribers, generating 107.4 million hours viewed to top Netflix’s weekly chart of most-streamed original content for the week ended Nov. 13. The show features a new cast, including Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles, and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana.

The first part of the fourth season of “Manifest” finished No. 2 with 74.8 million hours across 90 countries. Seasons one and two of the erstwhile network series generated 42 million hours and 18.2 million hours viewed, respectively.

Reality dating show “Love is Blind” season three saw 47.3 million hours viewed, while “”From Scratch” added another 31.3 million hours viewed. Season two of drama “Warrior Nun” generated 26.2 million hours viewed, followed by crime drama “Inside Man” with almost 25 million hours viewed. Ryan Murphy’s “The Watcher” added 18.9 million hours viewed, while Guillermo del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities” saw 18.2 million hours viewed.

Among English-language movies, Enola Holmes 2 retained the No. 1 spot with 62.9 million hours viewed. The sequel has been streamed by more than 58 million households. The original Enola Holmes generated another 18.7 million hours viewed. The Lindsay Lohan romantic Christmas special Falling For Christmas saw more than 48 hours viewed in its debut. The Good Nurse saw another 15 million hours viewed, while fantasy drama The School for Good and Evil added 8.9 million hours.

Colombian drama “Til Money Do Us Part” was No. 1 among non-English TV shows with 46.7 million hours viewed. Korean dramas “Little Women,” “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” and “Under the Queen’s Umbrella,” Spanish romantic comedy “If Only,” reality series,”Dubai Bling,” “Café con Aroma de Mujer” and season two of “Young Royals” all remained on the chart.  

New French action-adventure movie Lost Bullet 2 (24.3 million hours viewed) finished No. 1, followed by fellow debuts Dutch feel-good holiday movie The Claus Family 2 (5.7 million hours viewed), Indian dark comedy Monica, O My Darling (4.5 million hours) and Turkish drama Don’t Leave (3.8 million hours). Returning to the chart was German drama All Quiet on the Western Front (which moved to No. 5 on the most-popular list), Brazilian drama Beyond the Universe, Dutch action-adventure The Takeover, Spanish psychological thriller The Chalk Line and Korean drama 20th Century Girl.