Top 10 Week of May 29:
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Top 10 Week of May 29:
‘The Mother’ Enters the Most Popular List; ‘FUBAR’ Is the Most Viewed Title
TOP 10 LISTS: May 29 – June 4
Action continues to dominate. With an additional 16.48M hours viewed for the week, The Mother starring Jennifer Lopez entered the Most Popular English Film List of all time at #8, with 229.30M total hours viewed. In its fourth week, the action-thriller now boasts nearly 117M views (229.30M hours viewed divided by 1.96 runtime hours). And for the second week in a row, FUBAR held the #1 spot on the English TV List as the father-daughter duo of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Monica Barbaro drew 88.03M hours viewed and appeared in the Top 10 in 91 countries. In just 10 days, the action-comedy had nearly 25M views (177M hours viewed divided by 7.13 runtime hours). As Chief Action Officer, Schwarzenegger also shared some hard-hitting ideas with Chris Hemsworth in anticipation of Extraction 2 (which premieres on June 16).
The final episodes of Manifest had a successful landing as Season 4, Part 2 debuted on the English TV List with 39.4M hours viewed. Other new titles this week included The Ultimatum: Queer Love with 15.03M hours viewed and Season 2 of Barbeque Showdown with 13.63M hours viewed. Fans flocked to their favorites with love stories XO, Kitty and Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, Season 6 of real estate reality series Selling Sunset and Season 2 of romantic drama Firefly Lane all returning to the list.
Elsewhere, dramas ruled the Non-English TV List. Colombian’s Fake Profile entered the list on top with 76.31M hours viewed – the highest premiere for a Colombian series, along with Japan’s The Days with 16.98M hours viewed, Portugal’s Turn of the Tide (12.05M hours viewed) and Season 3 of Spain’s Valeria (9.54M hours viewed). Korean dramas Doctor Cha and The Good Bad Mother and Spanish thriller Muted remained on the list.
On the Non-English Films List, German drama Blood & Gold moved into the #1 spot with 24.99M hours viewed. New entrants included Danish drama A Beautiful Life and Brazilian romantic comedy Rich in Love 2. Spanish horror Tin & Tina, Polish action-adventure Mother’s Day, Mexican drama Where the Tracks End, German comedy Hard Feelings, Dutch psychological thriller Faithfully Yours and political satire ¡Que viva México! all returned to the list.