‘The Witcher’ season 2 joins Netflix’s most watched TV ever

Netflix audiences have been busy tossing their coins to “The Witcher,” and it can be seen. The second season of the fantasy epic, which mixes the genres of horror, action, romance, drama and occasional comedy, has joined the streamer’s most watched TV series ever and has totaled 462.5 million hours of viewing time.

Season 2, starring Henry Cavill as the titular monster hunter, Freya Allan, Anya Chalotra and Joey Batey, is now on Netflix’s Top 10 along with its first season, which received 541,010 million hours of viewership during the first 28 days on the streamer.

Both seasons of “The Witcher” focus on the intertwined destinies of three powerful individuals in the continent’s vast world, where magic survives and thrives, and good and evil can not be easily identified among its many people, elves and goblins. Season 2 follows Geralt of Rivia (Cavill), who is distraught over Yennefer’s (Chalotra)’s presumed death in the Battle of Sodden and has taken on the role of surrogate father to Princess Cirilla (Allan). He takes Ciri to his childhood home Kaer Morhen, where Ciri meets other Witchers and begins training with them. While elves and humans are preoccupied with a struggle for supremacy outside its walls, Geralt tries to protect Ciri from the dangers she poses to herself.

On top of Netflix’s most popular English-language TV shows through the totem pole of the time include “Stranger Things” seasons 2 and 3, “You” seasons 2 and 3, “13 Reasons Why” seasons 1 and 2 and the limited series “Maid.” The steamy period drama “Bridgerton” has stunned enough subscribers to land in No. 1 with 625.490 million hours watched in the first 28 days of the series on Netflix.

Both seasons of “The Witcher” also ended on the top 10 Netflix TV shows in English in the week 3-9. January, where the second season took third place – behind “Cobra Kai” season 4 (107.810 million hours)) and the British limited thriller series “Stay Close” (91.180 million hours), based on the Harlan Coben novel. All previous seasons of “Cobra Kai”, starring Ralph Macchio and William Zabka, also reached last week’s Top 10 for English language television along with the second season of the recently revived “Emily in Paris”, “Manifesto” and the sixth season of “Queer Eye”.

The most popular TV shows in non-English languages ​​on the streamer in the last week include the Colombian love story “Café con Aroma de Mujer” at No. 1, which has found its way into the hearts of romantics with 82.98 million hours watched. The K-drama phenomenon “Squid Game” has been on the Top 10 list for 17 weeks in a row now and was joined by newcomers “Rebelde” and “Kitz” as well as other Korean series “Single’s Inferno” and “The Silent Sea”. ” Season 2 of “The Queen of Flow” and Part 5 of “Money Heist” hit the charts for the eighth and twelfth week in a row, respectively.

On the English-language film site, “Red Notice” took sixth place in the Top 10 with 11.09 million watched hours, topped by “Don’t Look Up”, “Mother / Android”, “The Lost Daughter”, “Back”. to the Outback “and” The Unforgivable “. It’s remarkable that” Don’t Look Up “has already taken the silver on Netflix’s best English-language movie list ever with 321.52 million hours of viewing. Beginners on Netflix’s top 10 non-English-language movies the week of January 3-9 includes “The Wasteland”, “Four to Dinner”, “How I Fell in Love with a Gangster”, “Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui” and “His” Name. “

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