Netflix Top 10: ‘My Life With the Walter Boys’ Remains No. 1 TV Series as ‘The Crown’ Lands in Second Place With Final Episodes

“My Life With the Walter Boys” continues to lead the list of TV titles on Netflix Top 10. During the Dec. 18-24 viewing window, the series managed another 7.6 million views following its Dec. 7 debut — a slight drop from the previous week’s 12.8 million views, marking its first full week of availability.

The project lands just above “The Crown” which took the second spot on the English-language TV chart with 5.7 million views following the release of its final episodes, which arrived on Dec. 14.

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On the film side, Zack Snyder’s “Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire” debuted atop the English Films List with 23.9 million views, making it the most watched title of the week.

Back on the TV side, Trevor Noah’s latest standup special, “Where Was I” also made its debut at No. 3, earning 3.8 million views in its first six days of availability. In fourth place is “Obliterated” which snagged 3.2 million total views in its fourth week among the popular titles.

Notably, “Young Sheldon” appeared at No. 9 on the chart with 1.5 million views in its fifth week among the titles after making its debut on the streamer last month. Also, “Squid Game: The Challenge” moved to 10th place on the chart this week, stretching its top 10 run to its sixth week with 1.5 million views.

Elsewhere on the chart is Season 5 of “Car Masters: Rust to Riches” (2.6 million), “World War II: From the Frontlines” (2.5 million), “CoComelon Lane” (1.6 million) and “Fireplace 4K: Crackling Birchwood from Fireplace for Your Home” (1.5 million).

See Netflix’s Top 10 lists for the week of Dec. 18-24 below, beginning with English-language series and followed by non-English-language TV shows, English-language movies and then non-English-language movies.

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