Streaming On Netflix “Lift” and “Society of the Snow” Top Viewership

Streaming On Netflix “Lift” and “Society of the Snow” Top Viewership

January 17, 2024 0 By Rowena Cletus

F. Gary Gray’s action-packed heist-thriller “Lift,” starring Kevin Hart, has soared to the top of the English Films List, garnering a whopping 32.8 million views and becoming the most-watched title of the week. Meanwhile, J.A. Bayona’s gripping survival story “Society of the Snow” (Spain) has made a significant impact, entering the Most Popular Non-English Films List with 28.1 million views in just 11 days. This film, Spain’s contender for Best International Film, retained its #1 spot on the Non-English Films List for the second consecutive week.

In television, Harlan Coben’s “Fool Me Once” (UK) continued its reign at the top of the English TV List for the second week, attracting 23.9 million views. “The Brothers Sun,” an action drama featuring Michelle Yeoh, climbed to second place with 6.9 million views. New entries in the list included the Australian family drama “Boy Swallows Universe” at #5 with 3.6 million views, Pete Davidson’s stand-up special “Turbo Fonzarelli” at #8 with 2.3 million views, the reality competition series “The Trust” at #9 with 2.1 million views, and the third season of “Sonic Prime” at #10, also with 2.1 million views.

The “Money Heist” spin-off, “Berlin” (Spain), continued to dominate the Non-English TV List, staying at the top for the third week with 8.7 million views. Other notable new entries included the Polish mystery adaptation “Detective Forst” at #2 with 4.8 million views, the Japanese anime “Delicious in Dungeon” at #6 with 2.2 million views, and “Love is Blind: Sweden” at #10 with 1.1 million views.

Continuing to hold strong positions on the English Films List were Adam Sandler’s animated comedy “Leo,” ranking seventh in its eighth week with 4 million views, and Zack Snyder’s sci-fi fantasy “Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire,” in eighth place in its fourth week with 3.9 million views.

These rankings highlight the diverse range of content that continues to captivate audiences worldwide, from thrilling action and survival dramas to animated comedies and reality shows.