‘Manifest’ Final Season Leads Netflix Top 10 List With 78 Million Hours

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Jennifer Lopez’s “The Mother” continued to climb the streamer’s most popular films list

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The final installment of “Manifest” has topped Netflix’s Top 10 list for its English series, clocking in 78.15 million hours for Season 4, Part 2. The ending also led to fans revisiting Season 1, which saw 18.18 million hours viewed.

The disaster supernatural thriller wasn’t the only series finale that made the list. The final season for “Never Have I Ever” scored 76.21 million hours viewed, putting it in the No. 2 slot.

Those two endings were then followed by Netflix’s latest investment in Arnold Schwarzenegger. “FUBAR” remained in the top 10 for the third week in a row, securing 42.28 million hours viewed. That was then followed by the limited series “Arnold” in fourth place with 24.51 million hours viewed, marking the first time “Arnold” has made the top 10. “The Ultimatum: Queer Love,” “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” and “XO, Kitty” also remained on the list for their second, sixth and fourth weeks, respectively.

On the film side, “The Mother” continued to climb the charts. At 234.07 million hours viewed, it is now No. 6 on Netflix’s Most Popular film list. Last week, the Jennifer Lopez film cracked the list less than a month after its release.

The Jake Gyllenhaal, Hugh Jackman and Viola Davis vehicle “Prisoners” topped the English film list this week at 13.89 million hours viewed.

Meanwhile the Non-English film list, the Danish drama “A Beautiful Life” took the No. 1 spot with 17.42 million hours viewed. That was followed by the Turkish rom-com “You Do You” (9.15 million) and the Spanish horror “Tin and Tina” (9.08 million). The German drama “Blood and Gold,” the Brazilian rom-com “Rich in Love 2,” the Polish action-adventure “Mother’s Day” and the Mexican drama “Where the Tracks End” also returned to the list this week with “You Do You,” “Gumraah,” “Mixed by Erry” and “Missed Connections” making the list for the first time.

As for Non-English TV series, Colombia’s “Fake Profile” stayed in the No. 1 spot with 64.73 million hours viewed. But the real winner of this list were Korean dramas. “Bloodhounds” held the No. 2 spot (27.97 million hours), followed by “The Good Bad Mother” at No. 3 (26.06 million hours) and “Doctor Cha” (25.32 million hours).