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These are Netflix’s most popular television shows and movies

Since everyone is in quarantine, there is no doubt that more people than ever are subscribed to streaming service Netflix. But with so many choices, one may wonder what to see first. Well, why don’t you watch the most popular television shows and movies so you can have something to talk about when you phone a friend. But Netflix isn’t exactly transparent in what’s most popular on their service, so Reelgood just released the list of the top ten most popular Netflix movies and television shows for the week of March 21-27, reports Observer. Interestingly enough, there are two zombie shows and one zombie movie on the lists during these coronavirus quarantine times.

Check out the lists below:

Most Watched TV Shows on Netflix:

  1. Elite
  2. Stranger Things
  3. Money Heist
  4. Sex Education
  5. Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness
  6. Crash Landing on You
  7. The Walking Dead
  8. I Am Not Okay with This
  9. Kingdom
  10. Breaking Bad

Most Watched Movies on Netflix

  1. 3 Idiots
  2. The Dark Knight
  3. Avengers: Infinity War
  4. Inception
  5. The Shawshank Redemption
  6. Marriage Story
  7. The Platform
  8. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
  9. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
  10. Train to Busan

“The Walking Dead” and “Kingdom,” are zombie television shows while “Train to Busan” is the zombie movie.

What’s more interesting is that “Train to Busan,” “Kingdom” and “Crash Landing on You” are South Korean products. Recently, Netflix announced that there will be seven new shows debuting out of South Korea along with one South Korean movie. As Netflix reaches a point of saturation in the United States, it’s great that they are investing in Asian markets to grow their subscriber base. It’ll be great to see shows from all over Asia which will undoubtedly keep me at home even after this quarantine is long over.


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