‘Ginny & Georgia’ S2 secures another week at the top on Netflix

The second season of Ginny & Georgia is still dominating the rankings, holding onto the top spot with 87.4M hours seen in its third week. Season 1 remained on the list as well, finishing in fourth place with 43.3M hours watched after Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 knocked it out of the No. 2 position it held the previous week.

After just three days on the service, That ’90s Show made it onto the Netflix Top 10 for the week of January 16 to January 22. The That ’70s Show offshoot series received 41.1 million hours of viewing, ranking No. 5 among the most popular English-language program.

Wednesday continued to rank third, with another 45.7M hours of viewing. Vikings: Valhalla Season 1, Kaleidoscope, Emily in Paris Season 3, New Amsterdam, and Season 11 of The Walking Dead were all included on the list.

In terms of movies, Dog Gone rocketed from No. 4 the previous week to the top spot this week on the English-language charts. It received 20.9M hours of viewing, dethroning The Pale Blue Eye as the most watched video. With 12.7M viewing hours, that movie dropped to second place.

In the lead-up to the Oscar nominations, when the movie received a nod for Best Adapted Screenplay on Tuesday, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery remained steadfast in third place, grabbing another 12M viewing hours.

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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