“The Fall of the House of Usher” debuted at number two on Netflix’s Top 10 list of English-language TV shows from October 9 to 15. It attracted 6.3 million views in its first four days, benefiting from the Halloween season as viewers witnessed the decline of the Usher family dynasty.
Meanwhile, David and Victoria Beckham’s Netflix documentary series held the top spot this week, garnering 11.6 million views in its first full week of availability. Directed by Fisher Stevens and produced by John Battsek, the documentary provided an inside look at the soccer superstar, revealing his true self behind closed doors. In the previous week, the documentary had started with 12.4 million total views.
In the world of Netflix shows, “Sex Education” Season 4 slipped to third place with 4 million views, a decrease from the previous week’s 6.6 million views. This season had initially premiered with a strong 12 million views and dethroned “One Piece” from the top spot.
A new documentary called “Big Vape: The Rise and Fall of Juul” entered the chart at fourth place, gaining 3.1 million views in its first five days. Also making its debut on the Netflix Top 10 list is “Everything Now,” ranking ninth with 1.3 million views, almost tying with Season 11 of “The Great British Baking Show,” which secured the tenth spot with 4.3 million hours viewed.
“Love is Blind” Season 5 landed in fifth place with 2.6 million views after releasing its final episodes and a Reunion special on Oct. 15. This was a slight drop from the previous week’s 3.7 million views, but it’s expected to remain in the top 10 as Netflix continues to count views for the reunion, which was available for only one day during this period.
Meanwhile, “Virgin River” slid down to eighth place on the chart with 1.4 million views in its sixth week among the popular titles.
In another part of the list, “Cocomelon” Season 8 secured the seventh position with 1.4 million views.
Here are Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of October 9-15. We’ll start with English-language series, then non-English-language TV shows, followed by English-language movies, and finally, non-English-language movies.