“Echoes” was watched for 36.6 million hours in its second full week of availability on Netflix, according to the streamer’s weekly Top 10 ranking. This is the second time the limited series has landed at #1, though viewership from August 29 to September 1. 4 window fell from 68.5 million hours last week.
“Devil in Ohio” debuted at #2 with 35.4 million hours viewed in its first 3 days of availability. The limited series is created by Daria Polatin based on her novel of the same name and stars Emily Deschanel as hospital psychiatrist Dr. Suzanne Mathis as she protects a mysterious cult fugitive whose arrival threatens to tear the family apart. her.
Neil Gaiman’s “The Sandman” took third place after three weeks at No. 1 and one week at No. 2. The DC Comics-based series was watched for 33.3 million hours between August 29 and on September 4.
“Partner Track,” the legal drama based on Helen Wan’s 2013 novel of the same name, rose to fourth place after debuting at No. 7 the previous week with three days of airing. In its first full week of availability, the series drew 31.1 hours of viewership.
Following “Partner Track” on the list is “Stranger Things” season 4, which is now in its 15th week on the list since its first volume debuted on May 27. Volume 2 debuted on July 1, which means the entire season is out now. for nine weeks, and was viewed for 20.3 million hours during this viewing window.
Season 3 of “I Am A Killer” premiered on August 30 and debuted at No. 6 with 17.9 million hours after six days of availability.
At No. 7 is “Manifest” Season 1, which has been in the Top 10 for the ninth week in a row now, having a resurgence in popularity after being added to Netflix in Latin America, India, and the Nordic countries. Seasons 2 and 3 also started appearing in the Top 10 again recently, although Season 3 fell off the chart during the August 15-21 window and Season 2 fell during the August 22-28 window. This week, however, Season 3 reappeared at No. 10 with 11.9 million hours watched.
Season 3 of “Never Have I Ever,” which debuted on the list at No. 2 when it premiered during the August 8-14 window, now ranks 8th. The season was watched for 14.8 million hours during this viewing window. It was followed in ninth place by “Selling the OC” season 3, which was watched for 13.7 million hours after debuting at No. 6 with 18.7 million hours last week.
Notable on the non-English language list is “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” which is having its ninth week in the Top 10 and its eighth week at No. 1. It was followed by Mexican drama “High Heat” with 44 .1 million hours in its second week of full availability. The series was the second and third most-watched titles on Netflix during this viewing window, surpassing all English-language television titles. The most viewed title of the week was “Me Time” (56.6 million hours), which topped the movie chart for the second week in a row.
Check out Netflix’s top 10 charts for the week of August 29 to September 1. 9 below, starting with English series and followed by non-English TV shows, English movies, and then non-English movies.