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‘Enola Holmes 2’ Debuts Atop Netflix’s Top 10 Movies, While ‘Manifest’ Season 4 Part 1 Also Takes Flight

The sequel sibling mystery movie stars Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill

“Enola Holmes 2,” starring “Stranger Things” breakout Millie Bobby Brown, has successfully cracked the code to climb to the top of Netflix’s weekly ratings for Oct. 31 through Nov. 6. And it had just three days to do so, while many of its competitors had the full seven.

The sequel to the 2020 mystery film counted 65.08 million hours viewed in its debut week on Netflix, rising to the top 10 in 93 countries.

Brown reprises the titular role of Enola Holmes, younger sister to the world-famous detective Sherlock Holmes (Henry Cavill). Hot on a new case, Enola’s mystery eventually intertwines with a case Sherlock is working on, so the siblings team up to pull at all the loose threads together, watching their case unravel before them.

And it appears that in the lead-up to watching the sequel, many viewers refreshed their memory by watching the original film, as it received 9.64 million viewing hours on its own. 

“The Good Nurse” — starring Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain — placed second to “Enola” with 36.78 million hours viewed in its second weekly window. Fantasy film “The School for Good and Evil,” adapted from the beloved book series by Soman Chainani, took third with 19.03 hours viewed. 

South African drama “Wild Is the Wind” clocked 16.39 million hours viewed, with “The Curse of Bridge Hollow” close behind at 5.03M hours viewed. 

On the television list, the first part of “Manifest” Season 4 dominated the rankings with 57.06 hours watched. The supernatural thriller series made it to the Top 10 in 84 countries, and the first season saw a bump in bingeing with 20.3 million hours viewed.

Crime thriller “Inside Man” starring Stanley Tucci and David Tennant took off as well with 52.94 million hours viewed. Heartfelt love story “From Scratch” came in third place with 50.45 million viewed hours — following its debut atop the TV list last week with 702.02 hours watched. Next in line came Season 3 of “Love Is Blind” at 47.13 million hours watched and Guillermo Del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities” with 38.8 million watched hours.