Season 4 of Netflix’s You was eagerly anticipated by viewers. The second half of the season premiered on the streaming service on March 9, vaulting the show back to the top of the English-language TV charts for the week.
Season 4 took over 75.8 million viewing hours from March 6 to March 12. It was ranked in the top ten in 86 countries.
Chris Rock’s comedy special, Selective Outrage, ranked eighth on the global chart with 17.8 million hours viewed. The special landed in the top ten in seven countries, according to Netflix.
Last week, the special peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. The special was only accessible for about one day of the measuring window because it premiered on Saturday evening.
The short series MH370: The Aircraft That Disappeared, about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared along with all 239 passengers on board in 2014, had 60 million viewers in its first week, debuting at No. 2 on the English-language TV chart.
Significantly, Jenna Ortega’s Wednesday was no longer in the Top 10 for the first time since its November premiere. The series had been at the top of the chart for 15 weeks.
After two weeks at No. 1, Sex/Life Season 2 was in third place with 46.7M hours viewed, and Outer Banks Season 3 was in fourth place with 44.6M hours viewed. Sex/Life Season 1, Next in Fashion Season 2, Ideal Match Season 1, and Outer Banks Seasons 1 and 2 were also on the list.
Part 2 of the Korean drama The Glory received 124.5 million hours of viewing, making it the most viewed title on Netflix this week.
The Glory has risen to No. 9 on Netflix’s list of the most popular non-English TV shows, becoming the fourth Korean series to do so, behind Squid Game, All of Us Are Dead, and Extraordinary Attorney Woo.
In the film Luther: The Fallen Sun, Idris Elba reprised his role as investigator John Luther. The thriller, starring Cynthia Erivo, Andy Serkis, and Dermot Crowley, was the top English-language picture for the week, with 65.9 million hours seen.
Faraway premiered at No. 2 among English-language films, with 21.8 million hours watched.
We Have a Ghost dropped to third place, and The Hunger Games was ranked fourth. Turbo, Catching Fire, Paw Patrol: The Movie, This Is Where I Leave You, World War Z, and Burlesque were also on the list.
All Quiet on the Western Front was ranked fourth on the Non-English Films list in the week coming up to the Oscars. The film won four Academy Awards on Sunday, including Best International Feature, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, and Best Music (Original Score).