‘One Day,’ ‘Love is Blind’ Season 6 Lure Netflix TV Viewers During Valentine’s Day Week

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Gina Rodriguez and Damon Wayans Jr. romcom “Players” sat atop the most-watched films list

Emma Morley (Ambika Mod) and Dexter Mayhew (Leo Woodall) in "One Day" (Netflix)

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“One Day” and “Love Is Blind” Season 6 swept Netflix TV viewership last week as audiences got in the mood for Valentine’s Day.

After “One Day” initially debuted in the No. 3 spot on the English TV list last week with 5.3 million views, the Ambika Mod and Leo Woodall-led series rose to become the most-watched TV series during the week of Feb. 12 with 9.9 million views.

Viewership for “One Day” outpaced that of the sixth installment of “Love Is Blind,” which logged 6.3 million views since its Wednesday, Feb. 14 release as it scored second place on the most-watched TV list. Sofía Vergara’s “Griselda” followed in the No. 3 spot with 5.8 million views in its fourth week on the list, while “The Tourist” took the No. 4 spot with 4.9 million views.

Notably, after “Resident Alien” entered the streaming series on Feb. 13 ahead of its Season 3 launch on Feb. 21, the Syfy series skyrocketed to No. 9 on the most-watched chart last week with 1.7 million views. Similarly, after “House, M.D.” returned to Netflix at the beginning of February, the series remained in the top 10 TV list with 1.7 million views.

While romantic comedy “Players,” also debuted on Feb. 14, the Gina Rodriguez and Damon Wayans Jr.-led movie scored 16.3 million views, ranking as the most-watched English film of the week, beating out true crime documentary “Lover, Stalker, Killer” which in second place with 14.4 million views.

The “Despicable Me” franchise was well-represented on this week’s film list ahead of the “Despicable Me 4” release this summer, with “Despicable Me 3” taking third place on the list with 10.6 million views while “Minions” took fifth place with 7.1 million views. Further down on the list was “Despicable Me 2,” which logged 6.1 million views in the No. 7 spot and “Despicable Me,” which scored eighth place with 4.6 million views.

On the non-English film front, Swedish thriller “The Abyss” (Sweden) debuting as the most-watched non-English film of the week with 6.9 million views, while Turkish thriller “Ashes” came in second place with 6.4 million views.

Thrillers also dominated the non-English TV list, with Korean series “A Killer Paradox” scoring the highest non-English TV viewership with 5.5 million views while Japanese series “The House of Ninjas” scored second place with 4.2 million views and “Good Morning, Veronica” Season 3 took third place with 3.5 million views.


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