13 Reasons Why, Making a Murderer, Bodyguard among Netflix's most binge-watched shows of 2018
Netflix recently released a list of its most binge-watched and re watched original content.
Netflix, in a press release titled "To All The Shows and Movies We’ve Loved Before", shared a round-up of its most popular original content between 1 January and 28 November.
Shows that were the most binge-watched or had the "highest average watch time per viewing session" in the US, varied form teen dramas like 13 Reasons Why to true crime docu-series like Making a Murderer.
Most Binged Shows
On My Block
Making a Murderer: Part 2
13 Reasons Why: Season 2
Last Chance U: Indy
The Haunting of Hill House
Anne with an E: Season
Orange Is the New Black: Season 6
The streaming giant also shared that its most popular films globally were The Kissing Booth with Joey King and Jacob Elordi, Noah Centineo's To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Roxanne Roxanne based on the life of rapper Roxanne Shanté, adding that the first two were watched more than once by nearly 50 percent of their viewers.
Besides the popular shows and films, Netflix also released a list of its stars that saw a surge in their follower base.
Actors with the Biggest Instagram Boost
The Fab Five (Queer Eye)
Lana Condor (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before)
Joel Courtney (The Kissing Booth)
Miguel Herrán (Elite / La Casa de Papel)
Jaime Lorente Lopez (Elite / La Casa de Papel)
Maria Pedraza (Elite / La Casa de Papel)
Noah Centineo (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before)
Joey King (The Kissing Booth)
Hannah Gadsby (Nanette)
Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina)
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