Top 10 Week of August 29: Series “Echoes” remains at #1; this week’s most popular title is “Me Time.”
Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg’s Me Time brought viewers back together this week. The comedy received 56.56M hours of viewing this week, ranking first on the list of English-language movies. Even if the Summer of Love is coming to an end, there is still love in the air as Love in the Villa had a premiere with 41.22M hours viewed. The movie, which starred Tom Hopper and Kat Graham, debuted in 88 nations’ top 10. In the Hugh Bonneville film I Came By, secrets are revealed. The sinister thriller was seen for 30.79M hours and reached the top 10 in 89 nations. Returning favorites including That’s Amor (17.42 million hours viewed), Look Both Ways (11.78 million hours viewed), Day Shift (9.45 million hours viewed), The Next 365 Days (9.07 million hours viewed), Purple Hearts (7.52 million hours viewed), and The Gray Man were well-liked by viewers (6.26M hours viewed).
Extraordinary Attorney Woo, a Korean drama, is still winning over viewers after nine weeks. With 48.82M hours watched, the series ranked first on the non-English TV list. With 44.05 million hours seen, the Mexican drama High Heat, the K-drama Alchemy of Souls, the German thriller Kleo, 12.76 million hours watched, and the Turkish drama Another Self, 8.4 million hours watched, were among the other returning series. The list was joined by the Polish drama Family Secrets (10.25 million hours viewed), the South African drama Ludik (9.86 million hours viewed), and the Belgian drama Under Fire (8.62 million hours viewed).
In Echoes, unexpected turns happen. With 36.58M hours watched, the show topped the English TV List. In the newest cult thriller Devil in Ohio, nothing is as it seems. The limited series starring Emily Deschanel, which was based on actual events, received 35.37M viewing hours and ranked in the top 10 in 52 nations. Dream continues as The Sandman drew in 33.32M hours of viewing. Partner Track, a legal romantic comedy, received 31.14M views. With an additional 20.28M hours of viewing after fifteen weeks, Stranger Things 4 was still number one. I Am A Killer’s third season premiered with 17.92M hours watched, placing it on the list. 16.41 million and 11.93 million viewing hours were devoted to Manifest seasons 1 and 3, respectively. Never Have I Ever’s third season had 14.82M viewing hours. Selling the OC had 13.67M hours watched, and the drama kept luring viewers to the shore.
Danish thriller Loving Adults (29.94M hours viewed) was in first place on the Non-English Films List for the second week in a row. With 15.7 million hours seen, the Spanish thriller Under Her Control, the Brazilian comedy Fenced In, and the French drama School Life all made their debuts on the list. The list was rounded out by the Italian comedy Watch Out, We’re Mad with 2.58M hours viewed, the Spanish documentary The Figo Affair: The Transfer that Changed Football with 3.7M hours watched, the Norwegian teen drama Royalteen with 3.04M hours watched, and the Korean action-adventure Seoul Vibe with 8.67M hours watched.