Top 10 Week of Mar. 4: ‘Damsel’ and ‘The Gentlemen’ Take the Top Spots

Top 10 Week of Mar. 4: ‘Damsel’ and ‘The Gentlemen’ Take the Top Spots

Damsel, the new action fantasy starring Millie Bobby Brown in her most stunt-forward role yet, was crowned #1 on the English Films List, with 35.3M views in just three days of release and was the most watched title of the week. Now that the film, which also stars Robin Wright and Angela Bassett, has hit #1 in 79 countries and reached the Top 10 in 93 more, fan-favorite MBB can take a well-deserved break from slaying dragons. Action thriller Code 8: Part II clocked 11.9M views to take the #2 spot, and kept its prequel, Code 8, on the list at #4 with 5.7M views. Johan Renck’s drama Spaceman, starring Adam Sandler and Carey Mulligan, held firm at #3 with 10.8M views and Tyler Perry’s Mea Culpa, the steamy thriller starring Kelly Rowland, ranked #5 with 5.1M views.

The Gentlemen, Guy Ritchie’s “brilliant” new series starring Theo James and Kaya Scodelario, smoked the competition to debut atop the English TV List, with 12.2M views. Avatar: The Last Airbender, which was recently renewed for two more seasons, held strong in second place with 9.1M views as the social fandom continues to heat up. True crime and true love dominated the remainder of the list. Docuseries The Program: Cons, Cults and Kidnapping entered the list in third place (7.1M views), and American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders took #7 (2.4M views). Season 6 of the reality dating experiment Love is Blind spent its fourth week on the list in fifth place (3.4M views) and One Day, the limited series adapted from David Nicholls’ bestselling romance novel, followed in sixth place in its fifth week on the list (3.1M views). Love for the series continued offscreen too – Airbnb recently revealed that searches for stays on the Greek island of Paros, where Emma and Dexter travel in episode four, have increased by a third since the show was released.

Paris-set mafia series Furies (France) muscled its way to the top spot on the Non-English TV List with 7.9M views. Second and third place were taken by new list entrants: suspenseful mystery drama The Signal (Germany) notched 4.9M views and character drama Supersex (Italy), which recently premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, racked up 3.2M views. All three seasons of Wrong Side of the Tracks (Spain) took spots on the list: Season 3 took fourth place (2.3M views), Season 1 took ninth place (1M views), and Season 2 took tenth place (0.9M views).

Drama My Name is Loh Kiwan (Korea) rose to #1 on the Non-English Film list, racking up 5.1M views. Spanish films had a moment this week on the list, with romance Through My Window 3: Looking at You claiming #2 (2.5M views), documentary You’re Not Alone: Fighting the Wolf Pack (Spain) debuting at #3 (2.3M views), and J.A. Bayona’s Academy Award® nominated survival thriller Society of the Snow taking #7 (1.4M views) in its tenth consecutive week.

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