‘The Glory’ Remains Atop Netflix’s Weekly Chart Through March 19

For the second consecutive week, season one part two of Korean drama “The Glory” topped Netflix’s weekly most-viewed and non-English-language charts with 123.6 million hours streamed through March 19.

The series, about a young woman who spends years plotting revenge against her former high school bullies, moved up to No. 7 among Netflix’s all-time most-popular non-English-language shows with 380.4 million hours streamed. All-time No. 1 “Squid Game” remains the runaway leader with more than 1.65 billion hours viewed after the first 28 days. 

Romantic comedy “Crash Course in Romance” and docuseries “In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal” remained on the non-English language list with 14.4 million hours viewed and 8.1 million hours viewed, respectively. 

The new Idris Elba drama Luther: The Fallen Sun stayed atop the English language movie chart with 69.5 million hours viewed across 93 countries in its second week of release. Returning to the chart was the romantic comedy Faraway with 14.8 million hours in its second week and family horror comedy We Have a Ghost with 5.9 million hours in its fourth week. 

New to the chart was the animated film The Magician’s Elephant with 13.69 million hours viewed. The docuseries Money Shot: The Pornhub Story entered the list with 13.67 million hours viewed in its debut.     

Season four of psychological drama “You” remained No. 1 on the English-language TV chart with 64 hours viewed. Season two of “Shadow and Bone” debuted at No. 2 with 50.4 million hours viewed across 85 countries. Season one added 24 million hours. Airplane disaster series “MH370: The Plane That Disappeared,” season three of “Outer Banks,” “Sex/Life,” “Wednesday” and “Perfect Match” all remained on the chart. The survival competition series “Outlast” entered the chart at No. 6 with 23.6 million hours viewed. 

“Wednesday,” starring Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams from “The Addams Family,” has now generated more than 1.23 billion hours as the No. 2 all-time most-streamed English language series.

Following its four Oscar wins, German-language World War I movie All Quiet on the Western Front moved up to No. 2 on the non-English language movie chart with 9.5 million hours. Indian actioner RRR, which made history as the first Indian movie to win an Oscar (best original song) outside of the best foreign-language category), re-entered the chart at No. 7 with 2.67 million hours. New chart entrants included the Italian romantic comedy Still Time at No. 1 with 11.5 million hours, the Belgian thriller Noise with 8.7 million hours, the French drama In His Shadow with 8.6 million and the Mexican comedy Have a Nice Day! with 3 million hours viewed.

On the non-English-language TV chart, seasons one and two of the Spanish drama “Wrong Side of the Tracks” (10 million hours), Hindi-language thriller “Rana Naidu” (16.4 million) and Mexican thriller “Triptych” (8 million hours) all remained for another week. New titles included the Spanish thriller “Sky High,” (19.1 million hours) and the Greek drama “Maestro in Blue” with 7.3 million hours viewed

Netflix: Korean Drama ‘The Glory’ Dominates Weekly Streaming Through March 12

Netflix original Korean content continues to resonate with subscribers, as part two of the six-week-old drama “The Glory” topped all content with almost 125 million hours consumed across 79 countries for the week ended March 12.

The series also entered Netflix’s all-time non-English-language TV chart in the No. 9 spot.

Other Korean titles on the weekly list included new docuseries “In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal,” “Crash Course in Romance” and the movie Unlocked.

In the week leading up to the Oscars, where the streamer took home four Academy Awards, including Best International Feature, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Music (Original Score), the German World War I movie All Quiet on the Western Front finished No. 4 on the non-English-language movie chart with 4.2 million hours streamed.

Subscribe HERE to the FREE Media Play News Daily Newsletter!

Murder mysteries continue to top the English-language TV chart. Part two of the fourth season of psychological thriller series “You” remained No. 1  with 75.81 million hours viewed during the week and was in the top 10 in 86 countries. On the English-language movie chart, Idris Elba returned as detective John Luther in Luther: The Fallen Sun to finish No. 1 with 65.92 million hours viewed.

On the English-language TV chart, docuseries “MH370: The Plane That Disappeared” generated 59.88 million hours across 86 countries to finish in the top 10. “Outer Banks” season three generated another 44.58 million hours. This season has generated almost 300 million hours viewed since launching three weeks ago. Seasons one and two also remained on the chart along with the second seasons of “Sex/Life” and “Next in Fashion” and season one of “Perfect Match.”

Chris Rock’s live “Selective Outrage” stand-up comedy show continued to draw streamers, generating almost 18 million hours viewed to land at No. 8 on the English movies chart.

Among non-English-language movies, family horror movie We Have a Ghost saw another 21.81 million hours viewed after three weeks of release. The Spanish romantic comedy Love at First Kiss, Turkish mystery 10 Days of a Good Man, Polish drama Tonight You’re Sleeping With Me and Swedish military drama Black Crab all charted.

On the non-English-language TV chart, seasons one and two of the Spanish thriller “Wrong Side of the Tracks,” Mexican thriller “Triptych,” Germany’s “Too Hot To Handle” and Mexican drama “La Reina del Sur” all remained on the chart. Newcomers included the Hindi-language thriller “Rana Naidu.”