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Top Netflix titles in 2019

Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston and Henry Cavill top lists issued by Netflix.

Adam Sandler & Jennifer Aniston’s Murder Mystery and new action series The Witcher are the most popular movie and series on Netflix in Australia in 2019.

Chris Lilley’s Lunatics, which was panned by critics, also did well.

But there is one caveat… with recent titles such as The Witcher, it is based on projected viewing.

Sadly there are no viewing numbers provided with these lists.

Internationally things stack up slightly differently:

Top 10 Most Popular Releases of 2019
1. Murder Mystery
2. Stranger Things 3
3. 6 Underground
4. The Incredibles 2
5. The Irishman
6. The Witcher
7. Triple Frontier
8. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
9. The Umbrella Academy
10. The Highwaymen

Top 10 Most Popular Series Releases of 2019
1. Stranger Things 3
2. The Witcher
3. The Umbrella Academy
4. Dead to Me
5. You: Season 2
6. When They See Us
7. Unbelievable
8. Sex Education
9. 13 Reasons Why
10. Raising Dion

5 Responses

  1. Overall, I think Netflix will be pleased with 2019 but it will be more of a challenge for increasing new subscribers in 2020, for that reason Netflix will have to keep a higher refresh rate of new and original shows than their streaming competition, how they plan to do this will effect their financial bottom line. Filling content gaps with low budget or unattractive shows will turn subscribers away especially if subscription costs rise again as they likely will during this coming year, this is not something Netflix shareholders will want.

  2. I must admit that I am in the minority as I have never seen any of these shows, but I have been watching Virgin River, Intelligence, Ozark, What if, House of cards, Designated Survivor, Suits, and a few other shows all on Netflix.

    1. Yes it’s what people checked out after Netflix promoted it to them. Not what they chose to watch right through. And 75% of Netflix viewing is people watching repeats of different favourite TV shows,which will never feature on most viewed shows. But it’s why they paid a fortune for the global rights to Seinfeld.

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