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Netflix: Cartel Drama ‘Griselda’ Tops Second Consecutive Streaming Week Through Feb. 4 Media Play News

Sofia Vergara as Columbian drug lord Griselda Blanco Restrepo (Netflix image)

February 6, 2024

Netflix Feb. 6 disclosed that “Griselda,” the limited series about Columbian drug lord Griselda Blanco, starring and executive produced by Sofía Vergara (“Modern Family”), spent its second week at No. 1 overall and atop the English language TV chart with 20.6 million views across 90 countries.

Korean action-adventure Badland Hunters spent its second week No. 1 on the non-English language movie chart with 18.1 million views.

The Greatest Night in Pop, Bao Nguyen’s documentary showcasing the making of the charity single, “We Are the World,” debuted No. 1 atop the English language movie chart with 11.9 million views.

Korean romantic drama, “Doctor Slump” moved to No. 1 on the non-English language TV chart with 2.9 million views in its second week.

Meanwhile, new English language TV chart entrants included docuseries “Alexander: The Making of a God” at No. 2 with 7.1 million views, and “NASCAR: Full Speed” in the ninth spot with 1.5 million views.

Season 2 of “Love on the Spectrum U.S.” spent its second week on the chart at No. 5 with 2.3 million views. Harlan Coben’s crime thriller “Fool Me Once” dropped to No. 4 (5.1 million views), entering Netflix’s “Most Popular English Language TV Chart” at No. 9, with 84.9 million views in its first 35 days on the service. 

Elsewhere on the most popular charts, apocalyptic thriller Leave the World Behind rose to No. 6 on the movie chart with 137.7 million views in its first 59 days. Spain’s “Money Heist” spin-off series “Berlin” rose to No. 9 on the most popular chart for foreign language TV shows with 51.9 million views in its first 38 days. The series also finished No. 4 on the non-English language TV chart.

DreamWorks Animation’s Orion and the Dark, the new animated family movie, entered the the chart at No. 2 in second place with 10 million views. Former No. 1, comedy/actioner Lift, starring Kevin Hart, spent its fourth week on the chart at No. 3 with 8.2 million views, bringing its total views to 95.1 million.

First-time foreign language TV chart entrants included Chilean crime thriller “Baby Bandito” at No. 2 with 2 million views; Japan’s anime series, “Four Knights of the Apocalypse: The Seven Deadly Sins,” at No. 3 with 1.9 million views; and the Indian animated kids series, “Mighty Bheem’s Playtime” at No. 5 with 1.5 million views. 

Finally, Spain’s Best International Film Oscar nominee Society of the Snow spent its fifth week on the foreign language movie chart in second place with 10.6 million views. Belgian World War II drama Wil debuted on the chart at No. 5 with 3.4 million views.

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