Audiences were eagerly awaiting the final season of The Crown.
Part 1 of Season 6 debuted on November 16, quickly racking up 11.1M views in its first few days on Netflix. That was enough to boost it to No. 1 on the English-language TV charts for the week of November 13 to 19. According to Netflix, the new episodes were No. 1 in 44 countries and among the Top 10 in 85.
The final episodes are set to debut on December 14, meaning that The Crown is likely to appear in the Top 10 through the end of the year.
In second place last week was Matt Rife’s new stand-up special, Natural Selection. The special managed 7.4M views in its debut week. That was followed by All The Light We Cannot See, which was down from first place the week prior, with an additional 5.7M views. Netflix says the World War II limited series reached the Top 10 in 93 countries.
The TV list was rounded out with some unscripted content, including Escaping Twin Flames and Season 7 of Selling Sunset.
As for the film side of things, David Fincher’s The Killer stole first place for the second consecutive week with 22.3M views — by far the most-watched title this week. In just two weeks, the film has racked up about 50M views, putting it well on its way to Netflix’s most popular list. Extraction 2 is currently in tenth place with just over 134M views in its first 91 days.
Best.Christmas.Ever! also made its debut on the Top 10, coming in at No. 2 with 16.3M views.
Returning to the list were romantic thriller Locked In (UK) in fourth place (5.1M views), Paw Patrol: The Movie in eighth place (2.7M views) and Pain Hustlers, starring Emily Blunt and Chris Evans, in ninth place (2.6M views).