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Netflix US: Money Heist and Cuties feature on list of most-watched international shows and films

Netflix viewers in the US spent a lot of time enjoying non-English language films and TV shows, a new report has revealed.

The streaming service revealed an official list of the most popular international titles, with content from Europe, Asia and South America all making the list.

According to The Wall Street Journal, German show Barbarians is the most-watched TV series, after making its debut in October.

The historical drama about Germanic warriors fighting the Roman Empire in 9 AD drew in more viewers than high-profile titles such as Dark and Money Heist.

Spanish-language film The Platform is the most-watched movie following its release in March.

The exact number of viewers was not confirmed, however, Netflix previously revealed that over 56 million households played at least two minutes in the first 28 days of release.

After causing an world-wide debate around it’s release, Cuties also features on the list for most-watched international films.

To create the all-time lists, the season with the highest viewers has been counted for recurring shows.

Netflix US: Most-watched international films and shows

Most-watched international film in the US

  1. The Platform (Spain)
  2. Lost Bullet (France)
  3. Rogue City (France)
  4. #Alive (South Korea)
  5. Ip Man 4: The Finale (Hong Kong)
  6. Kidnapping Stella (Germany)
  7. Cuties (France)
  8. The Crew (France)
  9. The Paramedic (Spain)
  10. Freaks: You’re One of Us (Germany)

Most-watched international series in the US

  1. Barbarians (Germany)
  2. The Rain (Denmark)
  3. Dark (Germany)
  4. Money Heist (Spain)
  5. Dark Desire (Mexico)
  6. Ragnarok (Norway)
  7. Always a Witch (Colombia)
  8. To the Lake (Russia)
  9. The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of the Gods (Japan)
  10. The Protector (Turkey)


Credit: Original article published here.

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