The Queen's Gambit

The most successful Netflix series : Top 10

The streaming service has published a ranking of its most-watched series. Here are the top 10.

Sweet Tooth

10: Sweet Tooth (Season 1 – 60 million viewers in the first four weeks)

On a dangerous adventure in a post-apocalyptic world, a boy who is half human and half deer searches for a new beginning with a rugged protector and undertakes various journeys with his father in this other world.

 

 

The Queen's Gambit

9: The Queen’s Gambit (62 million viewers in the first four weeks)

Elizabeth grows up in an orphanage in Kentucky in the 1950s. She discovers her talent for chess and tries to conquer the male-dominated chess world. However, she struggles with an addiction problem.

 

 

Tiger King

Nr. 8: Tiger King (season 1 – 64 million viewers in the first four weeks)

This documentary series follows the self-proclaimed “Tiger King” Joe Exotic, who founded a private zoo for big cats in 1999. The zoo owner becomes increasingly embroiled in bizarre schemes, animal cruelty, and death threats. © Netflix

 

 

7: Money Heist (Season 4 – 65 million viewers in the first four weeks)

 

stranger things season 4

6: Stranger Things (season 3 – 67 million viewers in the first four weeks)

In a small town in Indiana, 12-year-old Will Byers disappears. Will’s friends, meanwhile, set out to find him and uncover other mysteries along the way.

 

 

5: Sex/Life (Season 1 – 67 million viewers in the first four weeks)

 

 

The Witcher

4: The Witcher (season 1 – 76 million viewers in the first four weeks)

The sorcerer Geralt of Riva fights for a place in the world and for gold against dangerous monsters. Against his will, he becomes embroiled in political intrigue and the machinations of the sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg. © imago images/Everett Collection

 

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3: Lupin (Season 1 – 76 million viewers in the first four weeks)

Inspired by the stories about the master thief Arsène Lupin, the thief Assane Diop decides to avenge his father. To do so, he must settle an old score with a wealthy family that did his father great injustice.

 

 

Bridgerton

2: Bridgerton (Season 1 – 82 million viewers in the first four weeks)

During the 1813 ball season in London high society, the eight siblings of the Bridgerton family try to find love. When the eldest daughter feigns romance with the Duke of Hastings, real feelings slowly emerge. © imago images/Cinema Publishers Collection

 

 

Jung Ho-yeon

1: Squid Game (Season 1 – 111 million viewers in the first four weeks)

The series revolves around a brutal game show in which 456 people deeply in debt, such as unemployed and betting-addicted chauffeur Geong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae), participate and compete in games from their childhood for a million-dollar prize, but also for their lives. Six rounds are lined up, and whoever loses one of them also loses their life. For each participant who falls, even more money goes into the jackpot. This spectacle is staged by mysterious masked men in a remote location.

 

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