‘ONE PIECE’ debuts at #1 on Netflix’s English-language TV chart

ONE PIECE rocketed to the top of the English TV list, amassing an impressive 18.5 million views in just four days. The series debuted at number one in 46 countries and reached the Top 10 in 93.


The live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s sprawling tale, based on Japan’s highest-selling manga series in history, which has sold more than 500 million copies globally, currently has one of Netflix’s highest audiences scores ever.


Netflix expresses gratitude to the thousands of straw hats that gathered around the world for fan screenings and celebrations in ten countries.


The UK thriller Who Is Erin Carter? also had a strong second week, ranking second with 15.8 million views.


The docuseries Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones, debuted at third place with 5.7 million views, and Disenchantment Part 5 debuted at tenth place with 4.6 million views.


Returning titles rounded out the top ten, with Painkiller ranking fourth (3.4 million views), The Ultimatum: Marry Or Move On Season 2 ranking fifth (3.1 million views), Depp V. Heard ranking sixth (2.7 million views), Untold: Swamp Kings ranking seventh (1.9 million views), and Gabby’s Dollhouse Season 8 ranking ninth (1.5 million views).


With an impressive 21.9 million views in its second week, Adam Sandler’s family comedy You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah climbed to the top of the English Films List.


Returning titles included the animated film The Monkey King, starring Jimmy O. Yang and Bowen Yang, which came in second place (6.6 million views), and the spy action-thriller Heart of Stone, which came in third place (5.2 million views).


Choose Love, an interactive romantic comedy in which viewers make decisions for the main character Cami as she navigates her love life, debuted in fourth place with 6.5 million views.


All three seasons of the Norwegian fantasy series Ragnarok made the Non-English TV List, with Season 3 claiming the top spot (6.3M views), followed by Season 2 at #4 (2.7M views), and Season 1 at #5 (2.6M views).


With five titles, Korean titles dominated the list, with the K-drama Mask Girl ranking second with 3.5 million views, the romantic comedy Destined with You Season 1 ranking third (2.9 million views), the supernatural mystery Behind Your Touch ranking seventh (1.4 million views), and the romantic comedy King the Land ranking eighth (1.3 million views).


Japanese animes took sixth and tenth place, with Baki Hanma Season 2 receiving 2 million views and My Happy Marriage receiving 1.2 million views.


The Great Seduction, a heartwarming Mexican comedy, debuted at the top of the Non-English Films list with 5.4 million views.


The Swedish thriller A Day and a Half debuted in third place (4.4M views), the Dutch romantic comedy Happy Ending debuted in fifth place (2.3M views), and the Bollywood romance Friday Night Plan debuted in ninth place (.8M views).


The remainder of the list was comprised of returning favorites including the Spanish horror film Killer Book Club at #2 (5.3M views), the Polish romance Squared Love Everlasting at #4 (2.4M views), Brazilian true crime documentary A Life Too Short: The Isabella Nardoni Case at #6 (1.3M views) and the German dystopian thriller Paradise, which landed at #7 (1M views) in its sixth week on the list.


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